Centre for Law, Society and Popular Culture Film Matters 2016
13 January 2016
The series will begin with a showing of Ex Machina on 28 January at 5.30pm in Portland Hall LTS and there will be a debate after the film, chaired by Dr Paresh Kathrani (Social Sciences and Humanities, Law), with two panellists from the Faculty of Science and Technology, Dr Alexander Bolotov and Dr Daphne Economou. Entry is free and refreshments will also be provided!
Further information about the series and the Eventbrite booking link can be found on the Film Matters event page.
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