Classic Student Film Series: “Roman Holiday”

On Saturday morning, May 21 at 10:00 a.m., CIFF’s Coronado Students Classic Film Studies Program presents the film by William Wyler roman holidays, the eighth and final film in the 2022 Classic Student Film Series. The series was widely watched by students on and off the island. Take a break from all the end of the year madness and watch a good movie!

By a strange coincidence, Joe Bradley (Gregory Peck), an American journalist in Rome, realizes that the drunken young woman he allowed to “sleep” in his apartment is a missing princess. He quickly cobbles together a bizarre secret plan with a photographer friend (Eddie Albert) for the two to earn big salaries by clandestinely interviewing and photographing Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) on tour in the Eternal City. Bradley’s clever plot hits an unforeseen difficulty when he and Princess Ann find themselves drawn to each other in one of cinema’s most unlikely romances.

The Student Classic series is open to all public and private high school and college students, homeschoolers in these age groups and their parents. To purchase tickets, visit: On the morning of the show only, seating capacity permitting, a special “cash only” seating section is available for others who would like to attend as guests of the students.

The May 21 Classic Student Film Study Series screening of “Roman Holiday” and post-screening discussion begins at 10 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. sharp at Coronado’s Village Theater, 820 Orange Avenue. Admission includes a little popcorn and a drink! Scholarships are available and confidential; E-mail [email protected]. We invite you to follow us on Instagram @coronadostudentclassicfilms.

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