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Political movements have always inspired movies, particularly of the historical variety. But these very same films can also be an inspirational starting point for new political activism, while at the same time serving as a history lesson for the dos and don’ts of political resistance. This screening series will explore these ideas through a new film each week. Additionally, we’ll discuss how film art and the movie industry will play a role in shaping politics in the coming years. Screenings will include introduction and discussion facilitated by Wandering Reel Film Festival director, Michael Harrington.

Reserve your spot to a screening by following the links below.

Film Lecture Schedule:
June 12 – The Battle of Algiers
June 19 – Harlan County USA
June 26 – One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
July 3 – Blade Runner
July 10 – Paradise Now
July 17 – Persepolis
July 24 – I Am Not Your Negro

Cost: Free with a $5 Membership Fee to Citizen.
Beer provided by Stormbreaker Brewing.

Media Institute for Social Change is a 501(c)3 non profit, educational organization. This series is intended for educational purposes only.