Leonard Lecture Series - "Hannah Arendt" film


"Hannah Arendt": a film by renowned German filmmaker, Margarethe von Trotta

"THE BEST MOVIE THIS CRITIC HAS EVER SEEN ABOUT THE LIFE AND TIMES OF A WRITER!.....German titan Margarethe Von Trotta's magnificent meditation on the German-Jewish political theorist. Starring Barbara Sukowa as the title character, who lived a life few if any can match, it is major work, spartan, highly dramatic, and incredibly timely." -Brandon Harris, FILMMAKER MAGAZINE


The Department of Philosophy, the Leonard Endowment, and Temple Sinai announce this free showing.

Sunday, April 6, 2014, 3:00-6:00 p.m.
(free admission)

Joe Crowley Student Union Theater
Click here for Trailer

Flyer
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Discussion after the film.

Discussion leaders:

Deborah Achtenberg, Philosophy
Rabbi Ethan Bair, Temple Sinai
Jennifer Ring, Political Science
Katharine Schweitzer, Philosophy
Nadya Bair, ABD, Art History, University of Southern Californi
Paul Baker Prindle, Director, Sheppard Contemporary and University Galleries