The Department of Communication and Culture and University of Calgary Film Society Present

About

Movies That Matter is presented by New University Television (NUTV) at the University of Calgary.

Since 2002, NUTVĀ  has delivered a monthly series of documentary film premieres, allowing viewers to delve into some important issues relevant in our society today. Following each screening there is a discussion, featuring the director of the film itself and/or someone from the community at large known for their expertise or insightful views on the film subject.

Screenings are the last Wednesday of the month during the academic year in the Gallery Hall of the Taylor Family Digital Library.

All proceeds from the screenings support the students in need through the Campus Food Bank program.

We are pleased to announce that the upcoming season of Movies That Matter will be presented in partnership with the Film Studies Program and the Department of Communication and Culture at the University of Calgary.

FESTIVAL DIRECTORS
Deanna Cameron Dubuque
Dominique Keller
Taylor Ross

PROGRAMMER
Andrew Eyck

PANEL COORDINATOR
Brian Seaman

STUDENT HOST
Kirsty McGowan

SPONSORSHIP
Taylor Family Digital Library at The University of Calgary

ADMISSION

Admission is by donation benefiting the Campus Food Bank or free for students with ID.
Suggested donations is $5.00 – $10.00 or non-perishable food items. All seating is first come, first served. Please arrive early as space is limited.

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