Institute Film Series

The Institute Film Series, curated by the School of Social Science, offers the opportunity to hear from the film producers, creators, and curators. The films are open to the public and shown free of charge in Wolfensohn Hall. Film titles and event details will be added prior to each screening; scroll down to view all dates in the current academic year.

Apr 08 2020

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Institute Film Series screening of a film curated by the School of Social Science.
Mar 11 2020

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Institute Film Series screening of a film curated by the School of Social Science.
Feb 12 2020

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Institute Film Series screening of a film curated by the School of Social Science.
Dec 11 2019

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Institute Film Series screening of a film curated by the School of Social Science.
Nov 13 2019

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Institute Film Series screening of a film curated by the School of Social Science.
Oct 02 2019

4:30pm | Wolfensohn Hall
 
Apr 03 2019

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Directed by the Mauritanian filmmaker Abderrahmane Sissako, Timbuktu evokes in a fictional mode the brief occupation of the eponymous historic Malian city by the Islamist armed group Ansar al-Dine, describing the imposition of a strict Sharia law on its Muslim inhabitants. The story...
Mar 06 2019

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
IAS FILM SERIES: CRISIS AND CRITIQUE, curated by the School of Social Science, Institute for Advanced StudyWednesday, March 6, 4 PM, Wolfensohn Hall, Institute for Advanced Study In the past decade, the Italian island of Lampedusa, which is situated between Sicily and North...
Feb 05 2019

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
Based on the graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand, and Jean-Marc Rochette, Bong Joon-ho’s film is set in a post-apocalyptic world that has been frozen solid in a failed effort to counter the planet’s warming. The catastrophe has left a society in which...
Dec 05 2018

4:00pm | Wolfensohn Hall
A Touch of Sin(2013 :Tian zhu ding天注定)2 hours and 13 minutes.Chinese film-maker Jia Zhang-ke is a leading figure of contemporary Chinese cinema. Best known for his social movies critical of the situation of his country, its inequality and injustices, he has...

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