Flick & Feed/Back
(formerly Dinner & A Movie)
Each quarter, we view and discuss the social issues raised in a film over a light dinner. Open to any DU affiliate, this FREE series engages participants in dialogue about pop culture and diversity/social justice issues.
In the past, we have discussed films including: The Pursuit of Happyness, The Blind Side, X-Men 3: The Last Stand, The Devil Wears Prada, Slumdog Millionaire, Reign Over Me, Gran Torino, Ma Vie En Rose, Easy A, She's the Man, The Milagro Beanfield War and Brother Outsider: The Bayard Rustin Story.
DETAILS: For Spring 2013, we have a special, non-dinner collaboration with DUPB and BSA around the May 2 campus screening of Django Unchained. Whether or not you caught the campus screening, join us on Tuesday, May 6 for a discussion on the film and race in cinema more broadly. 6pm in the Driscoll Fireside Room; no RSVP necessary. Facebook event details.
Most quarters, a light dinner is available from 5.30pm, with the movie beginning at 6pm sharp; discussion begins as soon as movie is done.
Because space is limited and food must be pre-ordered, advance RSVP is required. Specific on-campus location will be provided to registrants only; we are not able to accommodate drop-ins. (The online system will stop accepting registrations when capacity has been reached; in that case, please see our homepage for other upcoming events.)
NOTE: You must be present for the entire program (start of movie plus discussion) to participate. (Just eating and/or just watching the film with us is an entertaining evening, but is not the intended educational engagement. DUPB provides weekly movies for the campus' enjoyment. The purpose of this program is to engage the film's social issues through in-person discussion.)
We welcome your questions and/or film suggestions at email@example.com!