SCIENCE. ART. FILM. Screening monthly for FREE at Arc Cinema, NSFA
What better way to start the semester than with a ZOMBIE COMEDY?
Discover Romeo and Juliet’s zombie love and discuss with us the meaning of the heart between science and art!
You are warmly invited to attend the screening and discussion of the 2013 romantic comedy Warm Bodies (dir. Jonathan Levine) on 22 Feb, 6pm, at the Arc Cinema of the National Film and Sound Archive (free). The film loosely traces the story of William Shakespeare's 16th century tragedy, Romeo and Juliet - with a twist.
Find out more and register here (free): https://tickets.nfsa.gov.au/Events/WARM-BODIES.
Presented by the National Film and Sound Archive, Australian National Centre for the Public Awareness of Science and ANU Humanities Research Centre.
About SCIENCE. ART. FILM
Science, art and film are among the most powerful cultural institutions we have developed to understand, shape and envision our world.
Screening monthly for FREE at Arc Cinema, SCIENCE. ART. FILM. is a series that uncovers wacky, weird and wonderful facets of science and art in films.Films are screened in discussion with artists and ANU scholars from different disciplines.
Warm Bodies + Discussion - 22 February, 6pm
Elysium 35mm + Discussion - 23 March, 6pm
Akira 35mm + Discussion - 27 April, 6pm
I, Tonya + Discussion - 18 May, 6pm
Rampage + Discussion - 1 June, 6pm
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