Movie explores rape warfare
The Wine, Women and Film series continues at the Redhouse at 7 p.m. Thursday May 12 with "His Name is Daniel."
The film's screenplay about rape and war in Bosnia was penned by Syracuse University Distinguished Teaching Professor in the Humanities Beverly Allen. Produced in Sarajevo by Hallmark Entertainment, the film is heavily influenced by Allen's book of investigative journalism, "Rape Warfare."
Admission costs $8 and includes a free glass of wine. The Redhouse is located at 201 S. West St., at the corner of West Fayette Street; 425-0405.
'Sea Hawk' and spaghetti
One of Errol Flynn's most famous films, "The Sea Hawk," sets sail at 7:30 p.m. Monday May 9 at the Spaghetti Warehouse.
Presented by the Syracuse Cinephile Society, the 1940 seagoing saga directed by Michael Curtiz also stars Brenda Marshall, Claude Rains, Donald Crisp, Flora Robson and Alan Hale.
The Spaghetti Warehouse is located at 689 N. Clinton St., near Syracuse's Inner Harbor. Admission to each Cinephile screening costs $3, or $2.50 for Cinephile members. For dinner reservations, call 475-1807.