From the 3rd February 2020you will be able to screen I am (not) a Monster on BFI Player!

Watch the film here!

I Am (Not) A Monster Short Synopsis:

In this impossible journey searching for the origins of knowledge, discover how our thinking and actions can render monsters. A most urgent film unravelling some of the reasons why Trump, Le Pen and others have captured people’s imaginations by reviving past ideologies. To find our more about the film I am (Not) a Monster head to our website here.

I Am (Not) A Monster Featuring:

Noam Chomsky Philosopher and Professor of Linguistics, Nadezhda Andreyevna Tolokonnikova Activist Pussy Riot, Magid Magid European, Arjun Appadurai Hannah Arendt’s Student and Professor of Anthropology, Efrem Amare Director of The National Museum of Ethiopia Neil Harbisson Cyborg Artist Tosa Novmichi of Maywa Denki Nonsense Artist Hisa Uzawa Noh Theatre Lead Performer, Japan’s Living National Treasure Richard Bernstein Hannah Arendt’s Student and Professor, The New School Roger Berkowitz Director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities, Bard College Hiroshi Ishiguro Director of the Intelligent Robotics Laboratory Leon Botstein Hannah Arendt’s Student and President of Bard College Shishido Hiroyuki Shinto Priest and Rapper Brewster Kahle Director of the Internet Archive Metasebia Endalamaw Curator of The National Museum of Ethiopia Kanjuro Kiritake II Bunraku Puppetry Master, Japan’s Living National Treasure Adrienn Almásy Curator in the Department of Ancient Egypt and Sudan, The British Museum Allan McRobie Professor in Engineering, Cambridge University Samantha Hill Assistant Director of the Hannah Arendt Center for Politics and Humanities Erica Humanoid, Hiroshi Ishiguro Humanoid, Sarah Steele VR Program Manager at Google Zachary Lieberman Founder of the School for Poetic Computation Takako Furukawa Hypnotherapist.

 

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Watch the film here from the 3rd February 2020!