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IRON MONKEY with post-screening discussion

IRON MONKEY with post-screening discussion

Post-screening discussion in the Jackson Education and Engagement Space with Chinese martial artist Joseph Rembert and Peter Lorge, assistant professor of Asian studies at Vanderbilt University. This event is presented in conjunction with the Chinese Arts Alliance's Chinese New Year celebration in Corner Park (21st and Blakemore), noon to 3pm.

Anatomy of Cinema: How Movies Move Us

Anatomy of Cinema: How Movies Move Us

Anatomy of Cinema is now at capacity and SOLD OUT.

When we watch a film, the experience tends to wash over us. We pay attention to the story and recognize its effect, but we may not notice techniques that move us—the underlying anatomy that makes up each film. In a series of eight two-hour sessions, Vanderbilt faculty members in Cinema & Media Arts lead interactive discussions on the primary categories of film technique and the aesthetic experience of the moving image.

Peripheral Visions: HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB

Peripheral Visions: HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB

Peripheral Visions is a monthly screening series of cult action and horror films from the 70s and 80s, co-presented by the Belcourt Theatre and Third Man Records in Third Man Record’s Blue Room.

Light and Sound Machine: THE OTHER SIDE

Light and Sound Machine: THE OTHER SIDE

Light and Sound Machine is a monthly screening series of marginalized cinema, both new and repertory, co-presented by the Belcourt Theatre and Third Man Records in Third Man Record’s Blue Room.

A Red Carpet Evening 2017

A Red Carpet Evening 2017

Join film fans on Hollywood's biggest night to watch on the Belcourt's big screens! And this year, for the first time, in our newly-renovated theatre... Tickets now on sale!

An Evening with Lambchop

An Evening with Lambchop

“On the remarkable FLOTUS (For Love Often Turns Us Still), Wagner has drenched his baritone in vocal effects and woven downtempo beat music and his effervescent lyricism into something really magical.” —Los Angeles Times

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