Bullock Museum presents "B-Movies and Bad History: Giant"

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Join the Bullock Museum for an evening centered around Giant, the epic film that traces one family through several generations in Texas. With ranching culture, the oil boom and the tension of racial segregation in Texas in the early 20th century, Giant has plenty of drama to talk about. Film expert Dr. Charles Ramírez Berg and filmmaker Hector Galán will discuss the reflections of Texan society that it presents. After the program, stick around for refreshments and a screening of Giant in its entirety — because who can resist watching James Dean and Elizabeth Taylor on the big screen?

Event Details


6.9.15 | 6:00 pm


Bullock Texas State History Museum
1800 N. Congress Ave.
Austin, TX 78701


Ticket Info

Discussion is free; $7 for film screening