July 12, 2011, 5:30-8:00 PM - Hudson Institute, Washington, D.C. Headquarters
June 28–July 26, 2011
Hudson Institute's Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal joins the Ethics and Public Policy Center (EPPC) to present the 2011 Summer Film Series. Hosted by EPPC Resident Scholar James Bowman and Hudson Senior Fellow William Schambra, this year we're leaving this life entirely to see how the movies have thought about the next one—a subject that for seventy years they have found surprisingly congenial and often treated with moving sensitivity.
All movies begin at 5:30 PM, at Hudson Institute, 1015 15th Street N.W., Sixth Floor, Washington, DC, (McPherson Square Metro) followed by a discussion lead by James Bowman, film critic for The American Spectator. Click here to read his commentary.
Free pizza, popcorn, candy, and soda.
July 12: Stairway to Heaven (A Matter of Life and Death) (1946) directed by Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger, starring David Niven, Kim Hunter, Roger Livesey, Raymond Massey
July 19: Defending Your Life (1991), directed by Albert Brooks, starring Albert Brooks, Meryl Streep, Rip Torn
July 26: After Life (Wandâfuru Raifu) (1998), directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, starring Arata, Erika Oda, Susumo Terajima
July 5: Between Two Worlds (1944), directed by Edward A Blatt, with John Garfield, Paul Henreid, Sydney Greenstreet, Eleanor Parker
June 28: Heaven Can Wait (1943), directed by Ernst Lubitsch, starring Don Ameche, Gene Tierney, Charles Coburn.
In 2010, we looked at how the movies have seen the pursuit of happiness.
In 2009, we looked at movie treatments of crime and punishment.
In 2008, we looked at love and romance in the movies.
In 2007, we looked at the American movie hero.
Click here to view the full list of Upcoming Events.
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