Cyborgs and robots gone haywire? Or the ideal of the perfect human in a perfect world?
Hollywood films, television series and Art House cinema all too often like to focus on the relationship between man and machine. In September and October you´ll be able to view examples of this on a weekly basis at Impakt Headquarters. Look forward to a multi-faceted program consisting of exciting and relevant film productions and series.
Our first Film Club starts at 23 September. First film is I, Robot, with an introduction of Imar de Vries. This will include an in-depth introduction, some conversation afterward and the possibility to order a pizza.
Sign up for the Film Club and send an e-mail to email@example.com
Impakt Film Club will start every Tuesday in September and October at 18.00hrs and has a 4 euro fee. When you attend all 5 Film Club screenings, the price will be reduced to 12 euro’s.
Do you want to join us for pizza, please let us know in your email to firstname.lastname@example.org (and don’t forget to bring cash).
Not joining us for pizza? The introductions will start at 19.00 and the film at 19.30hrs.
Location: Impakt Headquarters
Currently, the program for upcoming Tuesdays is as follows:
-23rd of September: I, Robot (USA, 2004, 115 min) introduced by Imar de Vries, Assistant Professor of the Utrecht University, Master New Media and Digital Culture
-30th of September: Transcendence (USA, 2014, 119 min) introduced by Anneke Smelik, Professor Visual Culture at the department of General Culture Sciences at Radboud University in Nijmegen
-7th of October: Her by Spike Jonze (USA, 2013, 126 min) introduced by Ronald Veldhuizen, freelance science journalist. Recently he published a piece about the ‘Human Brain Project‘ (Dutch only) in the Dutch newspaper, De Volkskrant.
-14th of October: A film picked by the audience. Real Humans, Black Mirror, Robocop, Bladerunner or an obscure cult movie? It’s your choice. We’ll provide an expert for the introduction. Suggestions can be submitted to this address: email@example.com. Please submit your choice before the 7th of October.
-21st of October: Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine (UK, 2003, 84 min) introduced by Impakt Festival 2014 curator from New York, Alex Benenson