The CSJ Center for Reconciliation & Justice invites you to this Justice and Spirituality on Screen screening and discussion of Ghost in the Shell, a 1995 animated feature film directed by Mamoru Oshii and written by Kazunori Itō (based on the manga series by Masamune Shirow).
The CSJ Center's Justice and Spirituality on Screen series engages questions of faith and culture through the lens of modern cinema. It is cosponsored by the LMU School of Film & Television and the Center for Religion & Spirituality. The 2019-2020 series theme echoes that of the CSJ Center's annual symposium, 21st Century Technology: Creative Possibilities and Ethical Conundrums.
This event at the LMU Playa Vista Campus is free and open to the public; RSVP is requested (click Register button). For more information, contact Ms. Stefani Mejia at the CSJ Center at email@example.com or 310.568.6694.
The Playa Vista Campus is located at The Brickyard complex in the Playa Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles (address and map below). Paid off-street parking is available, subject to the property's posted rates. Public entrances to the parking structure are located on W. Waterfront Drive and S. Lake Center Drive. Free street parking is available around complex, but may be limited at peak times. A free shuttle service from the main (Westchester) campus is open to the public, and is a convenient option for people commuting between campuses. Enter the building via the east lobby (look for the Loyola Marymount University sign), and proceed to the second floor.
Tuesday, November 5 at 7:00pm to 9:00pm
Playa Vista Campus, Theater
12105 W. Waterfront Drive, Suite 200