Do you like watching good, meaningful movies?
Do you like sharing your impressions with friends?
Do you like reflecting on important themes such as education, academia, open mindedness, diversity, ethics and critical thinking?
Then come to our Film Club hosted by Academic Learning Development (ALD).
The ALD Film Club will take place monthly, on Wednesday afternoons. The movies will be introduced by a brief talk by an ALD Learning Adviser and followed by a discussion open to the audience.
Attendance is free of charge, there is no need for booking and refreshments will be provided.
|Wednesday 19th October 12.00-2.30pm||ALD Film Club: Idiocracy||What would be of a world devoid of intellectual curiosity, social responsibility, and coherent notions of justice and human rights?||RS 602 – Regent Street||Book on Engage|
|Wednesday 16th November 12.00-2.30pm||ALD Film Club: Dead poets Society||Are you critically reflecting on what you are learning – and on your life?||RS 602 –Regent Street||Book on Engage|
Wednesday 14th December 12.00-2.30pm
|ALD Film Club: Educating Rita||Ever thought you have a contribution to make to academia?||RS 602 –Regent Street||Book on Engage|
About Academic Learning Development
University of Westminster’s Academic Learning Development helps you develop your academic writing and study skills to succeed in your studies and beyond. The services it provides include academic skills workshops, appointments and other initiatives.