Expand your mind with PROJECTION. Cosponsored by the Psychology Department and the School of Communications, this series offers a variety of critically acclaimed films, and explores the many interrelationships between cinema and psychology. Each screening will be followed by an open-ended discussion.
Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. Lake Michigan Hall, Room 114. Admission is free, and all GVSU students, alumni, and community are welcomed.
- January 18: Rear Window (Hitchcock, 1954)
- January 25: Safe (Haynes, 1995)
- February 1: Blade Runner (Scott, 1982)
- February 8: Black Orpheus (Camus, 1959)
- February 15: Dancer in the Dark (Von Trier, 2000)
- February 22: A Hard Day’s Night (Lester, 1964)
- February 29: WR: Mysteries of the Organism (Makavejev, 1971)
- March 14: The Great Happiness Space: Tale of an Osaka Love Thief (Clennell, 2006)
- March 21: The Maid (Silva, 2009)
- March 28: McCabe & Mrs. Miller (Altman, 1971)
- April 4: Playtime (Tati, 1967)
- April 11: Brand Upon the Brain! (Maddin, 2006)
- April 18: Blue Velvet (Lynch, 1986)
For more information, contact Brian Bowdle at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow the film series on Facebook: GVSU Projection Film Series