Film Studies Film Series and Events
DePauw's Film Studies Film Series screens thought-provoking, critically acclaimed films throughout the academic year. The Fall 2021 season includes:
Man on Fire (2014)
Wednesday, Sept. 1st, 7:30pm in Peeler Art Center Auditorium
Screening of Man on Fire, an in-depth look at Charles Moore's 2014 self-immolation to protest racism in Grand Saline, Texas and its impact. Followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers, Joel Fendelman and James Sanchez.
Thursday, September 2nd, 11:30am in the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media
Workshop with Man on Fire filmmakers Fendelman and Sanchez on the ethics of documentary filmmaking. *Lunch will be included for all participants; registration only.
Man on Fire events hosted and sponsored by the Media Fellows Program, co-sponsored by the Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media, the Prindle Institute for Ethics, the Christian Center for Diversity and Inclusion, the Office of Alumni Engagement, the Africana Studies program, the Film Studies program, and the Putnam County NAACP.
Nosferatu: A Symphony of horror (1922)
Saturday, October 30th, 7:30pm at Kresge Auditorium in the Green Center for Performing Arts
Screening of Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror, the 1922 classic, silent, black and white horror film, featuring live, improvised organ accompaniment. Wear your spookiest costume and get ready for a fright! Sponsored by the School of Music, co-sponsored by the Film Studies program.
DePauw Alumni Short Film Festival
Wednesday, November 10th, 7:30pm at Peeler Art Center Auditorium
DePauw Alumni Short Film Festival, DePauw's first, will feature narrative shorts created by DePauw alumni filmmakers, followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers. Sponsored by the Film Studies Program.