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Indwelling: Living Securely In Our Bodies

Saturday, March 4, 2017 at 12:45 pm to 4:45 pm

Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall, 202, Theresa Lang Community & Student Center 55 West 13th Street, Room I-202, New York, NY 10011

The New School for Social Research is proud to partner with Indwelling to honor fimmaker Elena Rossini. The event will include a screening of her award-winning documentary The Illusionists and a post-screening Q&A with Rossini.

This powerful documentary exposes the multi-billion dollar industries that saturate our lives with images of unattainable beauty, exporting body insecurity from New York to Beirut to Tokyo. Through powerful images and interviews The Illusionists turns the mirror on media, exposing the absurd and shocking images that seek to enslave us.

Rossini is also the founder and editor-in-chief of No Country for Young Women, a website whose aim is to provide positive role models for young girls. The site features over 100 interviews of women representing five continents, seven decades, and over two dozen professions – from NASA engineers, to illustrators, architects, filmmakers and entrepreneurs.

Event Schdeule
12:45PM: Doors Open for Registration

1:15PM: Welcoming Remarks

1:30PM: Honoring and Comments from director Elena Rossini

1:45 - 3:15PM: film The Illusionist

3:15 - 4:00PM: Q&A with Director Elena Rossini. This will be an opportunity for people to SPEAK OUT about their own experiences in relation to the film’s provocative material.

4 - 4:45PM: Reception and Mingling

This event is organized by The Women's Therapy Centre Institute in collaboration with The New School for Social Research's Psychology Department.

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Event Type

Film and Media Screenings

Audience

General Public

School

The New School for Social Research, Department of Psychology

Theme

Humanity, Society, Social Justice, International and Global

Topic

Health, Wellness and Therapy, Film

Website

http://wtci-nyc.org/indwelling-2/

Cost

General: $30 (+ $2.24 fee), Students: $15 (+ $1.42 fee), Send-A-Sister Donation: $25. All are welcome & underwritten tickets are available [contact wtcinyc@mac.com].

Additional Details

Note: Seating will be on first-come basis on-site.

Underwritten tickets available: contact wtcinyc@mac.com

New School Students: contact Nichelle Horlacher, Dept. of Psychology/NSSR.

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