Institute Film Series

May 09
4:00pm
Wolfensohn Hall

In his voyage across war-ravaged Sudan on his small handmade airplane, Hubert Sauper visits places and people at the time of the partition of the country.

Apr 05
4:00pm
Wolfensohn Hall

Stolen Seas is a chilling documentary which explores the current situation of Somalia, a country on the brink, through the phenomenon of piracy. The central focus is the hijacking of the CEC Future, a Danish merchant-ship.

Dec 13
4:00pm
Wolfensohn Hall

From The Banned Countries: a film series curated by the School of Social Science and the School of Historical Studies

Nov 08
4:00pm

FROM THE BANNED COUNTRIES: A FILM SERIES  curated by the School of Social Science and the School of Historical Studies

Oct 18
4:00pm

Institute Film Series screening of: Last Men in Aleppo.

Mar 22
4:30pm

Institute Film Series and Law and the Social Sciences Film Series screening of Hunger (2008), directed by Steve McQueen, followed by a post-screening discussion led by Banu Bargu, a Guest of the School of Social Science.

Feb 22
4:30pm

Directed by Emin Alper and awarded the Venice Film Festival Special Jury Prize, Abluka (Frenzy) takes place in an unnamed shantytown under police blockade in Istanbul.

Jan 25
4:30pm

Wednesday, January 25, 4:30 Wolfensohn HallInto The Abyss  :  Directed and written by Werner HerzogAcclaimed filmmaker

Dec 07
4:30pm
Wolfensohn Hall

Ava DuVernay’s documentary 13th was chosen as the first documentary ever to open the New York Film Festival in 2016.

Nov 15
4:30pm
Wolfensohn Hall

Liu Jie's directorial film follows circuit court judge, Judge Feng, who travels to isolated rural areas in China to settle squabbles and conflicts.

Nov 05
4:30pm
Wolfensohn Hall

La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty), is a 2013 film by Paolo Sorrentino which features music by the Institute Artist in Residence David Lang.

Oct 12
4:30pm
Wolfensohn Hall

The film A Separation (2011) is written and directed by Asghar Farhadi.