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COL: Film and Lecture Series 2023-2024: Fall 2020 Film & Lecture Series

Please mark your calendars for the 2020 - 2021 Film and Lecture Series, presented under the Patrons of the Arts and in conjunction with the Civic Engagement Committee. Events are generally held online, unless otherwise specified. Please stay tuned for more details about speakers, panelists, and locations. 
-  Leigh Kolb, English and Journalism Instructor, Student Media Adviser, English, Journalism and Mass Media Faculty Mentor

September 24, 2020

Thursday, September 24: 13th Film discussion

ZOOM - Watch recorded discussion below

ECC Assistant Professor of Communications Shanee Haynes will give a presentation and lead discussion about the film 13th

Watch the film on YouTube.

October 8, and 22, 2020

Thursday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. - I Am Not Your Negro Discussion

ZOOM - Watch recorded discussion below

Washington University Professor Tarrell Campbell will give a presentation and lead discussion about the film I Am Not Your Negro.

The film is no longer streaming free on YouTube, but it is available via DVD at ECC Library, Amazon Prime Streaming, Netflix, and Hulu.

Thursday, Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. - Classics and Cocktails - ECC Jazz Band and Anatomy of a Murder

Theatre in the Glen - Performance by ECC's Jazz Band and an outdoor screening of Anatomy of a Murder, which features a score by Duke Ellington.

November 16 - 20, 2020

International Education Week - libguide with videos and more can be found at 

November 18, 2020

Wednesday, Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. American Factory film and discussion

ZOOM - Watch recorded discussion below

Watch the Academy Award-winning documentary on Netflix.

American Factory (美国工厂; 美國工廠) is a 2019 American documentary film directed by Steven Bognar and Julia Reichert, about Chinese company Fuyao's factory in Moraine, a city near Dayton, Ohio, that occupies Moraine Assembly, a shuttered General Motors plant. It won an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

 Dr. Kyle Coble is an associate professor of marketing at Lindenwood University. His research focuses on the “otherization” in consumers’ minds and the steps that creativity can take to bridge these gaps. Originally from Union, Mo., he graduated from Saint Louis University in 2012 with a PhD in International Business and Marketing. Dr. Coble teaches International Marketing, Consumer Behavior, Social Media Marketing and Marketing Management and once taught a class on marketing fads that was a lot of fun.