The Social Change Film Series

Join the Davis Center, the Multicultural Education Resource Center (MCLA), and the Engagement Center (Bennington College) every month during the school year for a free film, discussion, and some thought-provoking content! This year, the Davis Center is partnering with our regional colleagues to highlight a mainstream or independent film that speaks to issues of diversity in ideology, social identity, injustice, as well as prejudice and discrimination. We aim to give students and our community the opportunity to learn about social change through film – to thereby broaden or deepen our appreciation and understanding.


The 2018-2019 Screening Schedule:

  • Tuesday, November 13th @ 7 pm: No Más Bebés — Talkback led by Prof. Hannah Noel
    • Sullivan Lounge, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
  • Tuesday, January 29th @ 7 pm: Rafiki — Talkback led by Prof. Jenna Sciuto
    • Sullivan Lounge, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts
  • Tuesday, February 19th @ 7 pm: Jewel’s Catch One — Talkback led by Prof. Kai Green
    • Paresky Auditorium, Williams College
  • Tuesday, March 12th @ 7 pm: Real Women Have Curves — Talkback led by Prof. Natalie Scenters-Zapico
    • Center for the Advancement of Public Action (CAPA) Symposium, Bennington College
  • Tuesday, April 16th @ 7 pm: The Mask You Live In — Talkback led by Kendra Werst
    • Paresky Auditorium, Williams College

Screenings are complimentary and open to the public.  Need transportation?

For transportation away from Bennington, contact Anya Piotrowski (Student Engagement, Bennington College).

For transportation away from North Adams, contact Michael Obasohan (MERC, MCLA).

For transportation away from Williamstown, contact Shawna Patterson-Stephens (The Davis Center, Williams College).