Roger Corman Master Class: THE INTRUDER (1962) with special guest Alex Stapleton - Recording



Digital Screen Room Tue, Jan 5 7:00 PM


This event is part of the Roger Corman Master Class and has already taken place - you will receive a recording of the event. Learn more about the other events in the series. Package discounts available.

This 4-week study of Corman's career will be hosted by Hollywood Theatre head programmer Dan Halsted. Each installment will focus on a different film produced in Corman's "factory" and will explore different facets of Corman's career. This installment is on THE INTRUDER (1962).

We can't provide the films themselves, but all are easily rentable on major streaming platforms.

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THE INTRUDER (1962): After nearly a decade of directing genre films, Roger Corman turned to dramatic social commentary with this film about a charismatic stranger (William Shatner) who stirs up racist sentiment in a small Southern town to prevent school integration from happening there. This lightning rod of a film is blistering in its critique of American racism, and considered by many to be Corman's masterpiece. Alex Stapleton, director of the critically-acclaimed documentary CORMAN'S WORLD: EXPLOITS OF A HOLLYWOOD REBEL joins us for the discussion.

About Alex Stapleton: Alex Stapleton is an Emmy award-winning documentary filmmaker. She made her directorial debut with the critically acclaimed film, CORMAN'S WORLD: EXPLOITS OF A HOLLYWOOD REBEL, featuring interviews with Jack Nicholson, Martin Scorsese, Pam Grier and Ron Howard. She is currently directing a project for HBO entitled GOD SAVE TEXAS, and over the past two years she’s had the privilege to showrun a six-part, docu-series for FX called PRIDE.