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Wednesday, July 27 Aiding and Abetting? The Media and the 2016 Campaign
Wednesday, July 27
Whitney Humanities Center
53 Wall Street
Aiding and Abetting?
The Media and the 2016 Campaign
A lively discussion of the media’s role in this year’s candidate selection process and the Trump phenomena with NPR media critic Bob Garfield (host of “On the Media’) and journalist Susan Mulcahy preceded by an episode screening of “The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth”.
Screening of The Missing Girl
Screening of The Missing Girl (USA, 2015), Tuesday, July 19, 7pm with director A.D. Calvo, who will introduce the film and answer questions following the screening.
Wallingford filmmaker A.D. Calvo shot The Missing Girl in New London and Groton, Connecticut. The film stars Robert Longstreet and Alexia Rasmussen.
Professor Dudley Andrew speaking at the Assemblée Nationale, to mark the 80th anniversary of the signing of the Popular Front accords. Professor Andrew spoke about Jean Renoir’s La Marseillaise, at this all day colloquium on films of the Popular Front.