The CPCC Film Club presents “Ex Machina” (2014) UK
By Alex Garland
Thursday, March 1; 6 p.m.
Levine Campus, Auditorium LV 2150
“A young programmer is selected to participate in a ground-breaking experience in synthetic intelligence by evaluating the human qualities of a breath-taking Humanoid A.I.” (2018 IMBD)
Faculty are encouraged to motivate their students to complete an assignment associated with their viewing of the film. Please follow the link below to an assignment that may satisfy the Core Competency requirement for Critical Thinking. Dr. Terina Lathe, Sociology instructor, developed this assignment and we hope to create more assignments for the other Core Competencies in the future. You could incorporate this link into a Moodle or Blackboard assignment or Discussion Board.
Join us as the CPCC Film Club presents “Heaven”
Written by Krzysztof Kieslowski Directed by Tom Tykwer
FREE EVENT OPEN FOR ALL!
- Fresh popcorn, film and discussion
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Levine Campus Auditorium (LV2150)
“Heaven” is part of Krzysztof Kieślowski’s film trilogy “Heaven,” “Hell” and “Purgatory.” As in his other films, “Heaven” reflects the ambiguities of good and evil and existence. Philippa is a teacher of English in Turin, Italy. She is a good woman who is prepared to sacrifice herself to fight against evil, but through a great misfortune she may have done evil herself. Facilitated by: Daniela Weinert, CPCC German Instructor.
By: Pedro Almodóvar
Thursday, September 14; 6 p.m.
Levine Campus, Auditorium LV2150
FREE EVENT, OPEN TO EVERYONE!
Fresh popcorn, film and discussion
“Volver” is a film of returns. Almodóvar beautifully unveils the reversals in the interaction between three generations of women in a Spanish family. Penelope Cruz stars in the film as Raimunda.
A discussion lead by Catalina Ramírez, Levine Campus Director, will immediately follow.