SO101 - Film Lecture Series - Discovering the World of Film

  • 10 Oct 2013
  • 3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
  • WICE Office, 75015, Paris
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October 10

3pm - 6pm

Each month, WICE will be hosting a lecture to explore the definition, history, highlights, themes, moods, settings and techniques of a specific genre of film making. We will examine how the genre has developed over time and the messages it can deliver. We will discuss some of the classics of the genre and what makes them so effective. Whether you're a film maker or critic, or just love going to the movies, find out more about the word of cinema.

Introducing the Film Lecture Series, this session will explore the medium of film and preview the upcoming topics.

Instructor: Nica Junker is an accomplished film maker, photographer and lecturer in photography and film with International publications and expositions.

She studied at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, HFF Konrad Wolf, University College Dublin, Leipzig University and the Sorbonne. See her work at

(Image by Salvatore Vuono via

Good to know: 

  • WICE members can register for this event online using WICE's fast and secure online system. Simply click on the link and follow directions.
  • Not a member? You may be able to join some events as a nonmember for a small fee which includes a 3-month membership. Please send an email to if you have questions. We look forward to talking with you.