Law, Society and Popular Culture
Film Matters: six film screenings
5 December 2014
The Centre has long championed film at the University, creating the first UK module on Film and the Law, setting up the Compton Film Club and organising the exhibition Classified with the British Board of Film Classification in 2012, in addition to publishing research in the area.
FILM MATTERS, will be a series of six films covering a variety of perspectives and areas of interest to the work of the Centre, including intellectual property and censorship. In addition the film Paths of Glory will be screened as part of the Centre's activities relating to World War One.
We are delighted that screenings of Dear Censor and Pretty Baby will be followed by a discussion with Craig Lapper, Senior Examiner at the British Board of Film classification.
More information and booking for FILM MATTERS screenings
Copyright Criminals, 14 January 2015
Google and the World Brain, 21 January 2015
Dear Censor, 28 January 2015
Pretty Baby, 4 February 2015
Paths of Glory, 11 February 2015
King CNUT: a film for the fearless, date tbc
All welcome, please book online.
All screenings take place in Room 3.07, Little Titchfield Street, starting at 3pm and refreshments will be provided.
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