Film-Thinking asks how cinema can help us to think the many challenges facing our moment. According to the novelist Jonathan Coe, “A movie is something we should only see when somebody else shows it to us.” In the spirit of Coe’s remark, each Film-Thinking event comprises a curated screening of a film and a post-screening conversation. A pre-circulated film note offers a point of departure for the screening and the discussion. Convened by Timothy Bewes, Owen F. Walker Professor of Humanities and Professor of English.
Cogut Institute for the Humanities