Re:Vision: an exploration of our contemporary experience through literature and film – 2017

In association with Broadway Cinema, Writing East Midlands and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature, the English Department at Nottingham Trent University presented Re:Vision, a series of writing workshops, public readings and film screenings that feature internationally acclaimed, award-winning writers.

Wednesday 19th April 2017
Theme: The Telephone. Novelist Kamila Shamsie in conversation with Dr Sarah Jackson, NTU, followed by a screening of Sorry, Wrong Number. 

Wednesday 26th April 2017
Theme: Home. Poet Tom Pickard in conversation with Dr Rory Waterman, NTU, followed by a screening of The Shadow and the Substance

Wednesday 3rd May 2017
Theme: Travel. Writers Dr Courtney Traub and Tim Hannigan in conversation with Dr Rebecca Butler, NTU, followed by a screening of London

Wednesday 10th May 2017
Theme: Race and Sexuality. Novelist and film director Shamim Sarif in conversation with Dr Humaira Saeed, NTU, followed by a screening of The World Unseen. 

Wednesday 17th May 2017
Theme: Deep Time. Dr Dan Cordle introduces Into Eternity: A Film for the Future and leads a Q&A after the film. 

Wednesday 24th May 2017
Theme: Empathy. Poet Naomi Shihab Nye in conversation with Dr Anna Ball, NTU, including a screening of The Lost Thing

Wednesday 31st May 2017
Theme: The Uncanny. Writer and psychoanalyst Professor Josh Cohen in conversation with Dr Zayneb Allak, NTU, followed by a screening of Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D. 

Wednesday 7th June 2017
Theme: Orbit. Writer Doug Millard in conversation with Professor Phil Leonard, NTU, followed by a screening of Life.

Download the Broadway April 2017 programme in full here.