Three strips of celluloid are seen on the left-hand side of the image. The caramel and black film strips appear to fan out, giving the suggestion that the strips are slowing falling over. The right-hand side of the image reads: Social Cinema - Stories of Struggle and Change. Above and below the words are softened rectangles that echo the perforations that run along the film strips and small circles.

Social Cinema: Stories of Struggle & Change

About Social Cinema

The UW-Madison Havens Wright Center’s Annual Film Series explores contemporary social topics from critical perspectives. The series is designed to appeal to a broad audience of students, faculty, and the general public who not only love film but are also interested in learning about significant social, political, and economic issues explored through film. Each screening is followed by a conversation led by a facilitator or facilitators well versed in the topic covered by the film.

Social Cinema is organized in collaboration with the Wisconsin Union Directorate Film Committee. The series is free and open to all.