Ken Kimmelman, Emmy award-winning filmmaker and Aesthetic Realism consultant, says about this upcoming class in his course “If It Moves It Can Move You”: Opposites in the Cinema:
The struggle for political power has gone on throughout history, and there have been juntas, cover-ups, and coups. These have been the subject of many films. Some political films have been remembered because they’ve shown aesthetically, with form, the bad power which has corrupted governments and has made for great injustice and cruelty to people. These films have been a force for good in the world.
Some of the films I’ll be discussing are: All the President’s Men; Z; Missing