The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear (Tinatin Gurchiani, 2012)
Alice Lovejoy (University of Minnesota) and Ilona Hongisto (Macquarie University)
13th (Ava DuVernay, 2016)
Stephen Charbonneau (Florida Atlantic University) and Alex Johnston (UC, Santa Cruz)
Oyster Factory (Kazuhiro Soda, 2015)
Chris Cagle (Temple University) and Luke Robinson (University of Sussex)
Weiner (Josh Kriegman and Elyse Steinberg, 2016)
Maria Pramaggiore (Maynooth University) and Jason Middleton (University of Rochester)
Toponimia (Jonathan Perel, 2015)
Brian R. Jacobson (University of Toronto) and Jennifer Peterson (Woodbury University)
Zero Days (Alex Gibney, 2016)
Seth Feldman (York University) and Jonathan Cohn (University of Alberta)
Cameraperson (Kirsten Johnson, 2016)
Patrik Sjöberg (Karlstad University) and Vera Brunner-Sung (Ohio State University)
Tower (Keith Maitland, 2016)
Bella Honess Roe (University of Surrey) and Ethan Thompson (Texas A&M: Corpus Christi)
The Prison in Twelve Landscapes (Brett Story, 2016)
Chris Barnes (Syracuse University) and Laurel Ahnert (Georgia State University)
Fire at Sea (Gianfranco Rosi, 2016)
Nilo Couret (University of Michigan) and Linnéa Hussein (New York University)
I Am Not Your Negro (Raoul Peck, 2016)
Ellen C. Scott (UCLA) and Laura Rascaroli (University College Cork)
National Bird (Sonia Kennebeck, 2016)
Kristopher Fallon (UC, Davis) and Daniel Grinberg (UC, Santa Barbara)
4 thoughts on “2017 Schedule”
I’m so glad this project exists. Have you considered a month on Tower? I’m just a nobody, but I’d be happy to write a few pages on it for the site to help get conversations started.
Tower is definitely on the list of films we’re considering for the future, Kian. Stay tuned!
I’d be happy to say something about Zero Days (Alex Gibney, 2016). The film is available for free online.
Great idea, Seth. We’ll take it under advisement and be in touch!