One of Hollywood’s most celebrated figures for over forty years. Hawks began in the Silent Era as a writer and director. He became a legend in the 1930s and ’40s as the force behind such screen classics as Bringing Up Baby (1938), His Girl Friday (1940), and Sergeant York (1941). He introduced stars like Lauren Bacall and James Caan, gained loyal collaborators in Cary Grant and John Wayne, and was celebrated by the French New Wave of the 1960s and future directors like Peter Bogdanovich. Join us as we explore the rich legacy of this film master.