Screen/Society is organized and coordinated by the Arts of the Moving Image Program's Hank Okazaki.
It provides a film and video exhibition program for the Triangle community, with an emphasis on screening challenging and thought-provoking work in its original format, whether 35mm, digital/video, or 16mm. Screen/Society advances the academic study of film at Duke. It works with Arts and Sciences Departments to relate film, video, and digital art to other disciplines. Screen/Society emphasizes the historical nature of media technologies and media cultures and brings a transnational and transcultural perspective to the promotion of media literacy.
Screen/Society provides an opportunity for departments, programs, and centers to host film series (or individual screening events). These series may be related to courses, research or broad themes of interest.
All screenings and events are free and open to the general public!
Screen/Society's Spring 2013 program included the AMI Showcase film series (including the Christopher Doyle Retrospective), the 2013 Ethics Film Series: Love and Justice, the Cine-East: East Asian Cinema series (including the Transnational North Korea: Migration and Urbanization film series), the Feminism and Freedom film series, the Middle East film series (including the Egypt's Revolution & Iranian Cinema series), Québec at the Oscars, the Rights! Camera! Action! film series, and the Thinking Cinematics lecture/screening series, along with Special Events, combining a screening with a guest speaker, filmmaker Q&A, panel discussion, or reception.