In conjunction with the exhibition "I Have Seen the Future: Norman Bel Geddes Design America," the Harry Ransom Center screens the Bel Geddes-influenced film "Things to Come" (1936). Written by H.G. Wells and directed by William Cameron Menzies, the British science-fiction film is a loose adaptation of Wells' 1933 novel "The Shape of Things to Come" and his 1931 nonfiction work "The Work, Wealth and Happiness of Mankind."
Seating is limited. Line forms upon arrival of the first patron, and doors open 30 minutes in advance.