Dig deeper into the films you love.
Inspired by Roger Ebert's annual Cinema Interruptus in Boulder, CO, attendees will participate in a scene-by-scene, and sometimes shot-by-shot, deconstruction of the featured film. While the facilitator will certainly share their thoughts, anyone in the audience may call out 'Stop' and either ask a question of the group or make an observation around a certain shot or moment in the film.
Each Cinema Dissection program is expected be six hours in length with two 15-minute intermissions. The film will not be screened in its entirety so participants are encouraged to view the featured film in advance of the program. Participants will be jumping straight in to the analysis from the beginning of the session.If you have additional questions about this program, please email us.
January 20, 2018
Spike Lee's controversial commentary on the historical and modern implications of minstrelsy is examined scene-by-scene with filmmaker and scholar Sharon Nyree Williams and audience observations.
February 10, 2018
Over six hours, documentary filmmaker Christopher Rufo will share the stage with audience observations as they work scene-by-scene through Grizzly Man.
March 3, 2018
Over six hours, film professor Charles Sheaffer will share the stage with audience observations as they work scene-by-scene through Apocalypse Now.