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FILM SCREENINGS

  • Under the Brooklyn Bridge

    1955. USA. Rudy Burckhardt. 15 min.

  • Arguing the World

    1997. USA. Joseph Dorman. 100 min.

Thursday, February 4, 2010, 7:00 p.m.

Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2



  • Under the Brooklyn Bridge

    1955. USA. Directed by Rudy Burckhardt. 15 min.

  • Arguing the World

    1997. USA. Produced, written, and directed by Joseph Dorman. With Daniel Bell, Irving Howe, Nathan Glazer, Irving Kristol. Four of the twentieth century’s leading thinkers believe passionately that ideas can change the world…especially their ideas. And they have been disagreeing with a vengeance since the 1930s, when they sat together as young radicals in the City College cafeteria hashing out the future of Marxism. Arguing the World explores the passions, the issues, and the eras that shaped their lives. According to Alfred Kazin, “They were all critics with a capital ‘C’ and they were critics, first and foremost, of each other.” Courtesy First Run Features. 100 min.