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  • Ethics Film Series screening: "Gran Torino"

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    Ethics Film Series


    Kenan Institute for Ethics and Center for Documentary Studies (CDS)


    Bryan Center Griffith Film Theater - Map


    Free, open to the public




    Amber Diaz Pearson



    On Monday January 14, Gran Torino (2008) will be screened as part of the Ethics Film Series. The film will begin at 7:00pm in the Griffith Film Theater in Duke University's Bryan Center, followed by a post-film discussion with faculty. Refreshments and free parking passes provided. The theme of the 2013 Ethics Film Series is "Love and Justice." This year, the film series will be in collaboration with the Human Rights Watch Traveling Film Festival. Each spring, the Kenan Institute for Ethics sponsors a film series in collaboration with Duke's Screen/Society, the Center for Documentary Studies, and the Arts of the Moving Image Program. The films provide popular and accessible vehicles for talking about ethics around a particular theme, and each series as a whole offers rich opportunities for debate and discussion on ethical issues for audiences from both the Duke and Durham communities.

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