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Philosophical Screens!

Posted: Wednesday 22 Jun 2011
by John Mullarkey 0 comments

The London Graduate School, in association with the Collège International de Philosophie in Paris, and the British Film Institute in London, are pleased to announce a new joint-initiative for Spring 2012 – Philosophical Screens.

Philosophical Screens will be a series of talks and film screenings running alternately between London at the BFI and Paris at Cinéma Méliès. Hosted by leading philosophers from London and Paris, each event will comprise an introductory talk, film-screening and follow-on public discussion involving the most provocative, challenging, and thoughtful movies from the last 50 years of cinema.

A full programme of speakers and films will be released later. For further information contact John Mullarkey () or Céline Surprenant ()

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