A reminder that the Darwin and Human Nature film series starts tonight 
with 'Inherit the Wind', and continues on Wednesday, and Monday and 
Wednesday next week. I hope that you can join us for the screenings. 
Details are below.

Darwin and Human Nature Film Series

22—31 October 2012

at Cambridge Arts Picturehouse, 38-39 St. Andrews Street, Cambridge CB2 3AR

Booking on: 0871 902 5720, or online here:

As part of Cambridge Festival of Ideas, the Darwin Correspondence 
Project presents a season of four films that explore the political, 
social and cultural implications of Darwinian ideas about human nature. 
Expert speakers will introduce each film and there will be time for 
discussion after each screening.

Monday 22 October, 6pm
Inherit the Wind
Introduced and with discussion led by: Joe Cain (University College, 
London) and David Kirby (University of Manchester)
Director: Stanley Kramer. Starring: Spencer Tracy, Fredric March, Gene 
USA 1960. 128 mins, b/w.

Wednesday 24 October, 6pm
The Elephant Man
Introduced and with discussion led by: Vanessa Toulmin (University of 
Director: David Lynch. Starring: Anthony Hopkins, John Hurt, Anne Bancroft.
USA 1980. 124 mins, b/w.

Monday 29 October, 6.30pm
Proteus: A Nineteenth-Century Vision
Introduced and with discussion led by: Nick Hopwood (HPS, Cambridge) and 
Shelley Innes (Darwin Correspondence Project, Cambridge)
Director: David Lebrun. Starring: Marian Seldes, Corey Burton, Richard 
USA 2004. 60 mins.

Wednesday 31 October, 5.30pm
Black Venus (Vénus Noire)
Introduced and with discussion led by: James Moore (Open University) and 
Sadiah Qureshi (University of Birmingham)
Director: Abdellatif Kechiche. Starring: Yahima Torres, Andre Jacobs, 
Olivier Gourmet.
France/Belgium 2010. 159 mins. In French, Afrikaans and English, with 
English subtitles.

Further details and film descriptions at:

Booking now available from:
Arts Picturehouse, Cambridge
38-39 St Andrew's Street, Cambridge CB2 3AR
Box office number: 0871 902 5720
Email: [log in to unmask]

Supported by the John Templeton Foundation.