Counter-Narratives Film Series: 'Cold War'

Nov 29
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Old Library, Room 110
Counter-Narratives Film Series 'Cold War' Poster

Join us for a screening of Cold War, directed by Pawel Pawlikowski, this film is set between the 1940s and 1960s, and tells the story about a musical director and a young singer. 

On Thursday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m., join us for a discussion with Tim Harte, provost and professor of Russian.

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The Programs in Film Studies and The Department of Russian (BMC), and Film and Media Studies (SC), and Visual Studies (HC) present the fall 2022 Counter-Narratives Film Series.

Tri-Co's film series features screenings of films from around the globe depicting controversial flashpoints from 21st-century history. Each screening is followed by a discussion about the topics raised by the films, be it about a local conflict, a war, or a series of protests. We invite Tri-Co students and faculty to engage with contemporary international cinema, interrogate topical, existential crises, and learn more about the intersection between arts, politics, war, and constitutional freedoms.

Supported by Mellon Seed Grant, The Program in Film Studies and the Department of Russian.

Film Studies


Audience: BMC Community
Type(s): Film
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