Wednesday, December 1, 2021 3pm
About this Event
12105 W. Waterfront Drive, Suite 200#ILoveLMU
The CSJ Center for Reconciliation & Justice invites you to this Justice and Spirituality on Screen discussion and screening of Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, a 1991 feature film directed by Nicholas Meyer, and the final film featuring the entire cast of the original Star Trek television series.
Program and Panel
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 and Television, Center for Religion and Spirituality, and William H. Hannon Library. The 2021-2022 series theme echoes that of the CSJ Center's annual symposium, Faces of Justice.
Attend in Person
The live panel discussion and screening of Star Trek VI will be held at 3 p.m. at the LMU Playa Vista Campus. This event is free and open to both the LMU community and the general public. RSVP is required for public attendees and requested but not required for LMU community members; pandemic provisions will be observed. Please RSVP on Eventbrite.
LMU Playa Vista Campus 12105 W. Waterfront Drive Los Angeles, CA 90094
The campus is located on the second floor, and is accessible via Elevator Lobby 1on the east side of the building, opposite Playa Vista Central Park and above Sweat Yoga. The pedestrian entrance is near the corner of S. Lake Center Drive and W. Waterfront Drive. Click here for campus directions and map.
All guests - including community members - can take advantage of the free shuttle service provided by LMU that connects main campus to the Playa Vista campus. For more information and the full schedule, click here.
For guests unable to attend the campus screening, the panel discussion will stream on the Center's YouTube and Facebook pages on Wednesday evening, December 1, at 6:30 p.m. (Pacific). Participants are invited to post questions in the comments sections.
Star Trek VI is available on the following home streaming services: YouTube, Amazon Prime, Vudu-Fandango, Apple TV, Google Play, as well as Philo and Fubo with subscriptions. For those in the LMU community, check to see the availability of this film for streaming via one of the Hannon Library streaming databases, such as Kanopy or Swank Digital Campus.
To accomodate both in-person and online participants, the panel Q&A wil stream on the Center's YouTube and Facebook page on Friday, December 3, at 12:30 p.m. (Pacific). Panelists will answer questions submitted at the screening and posted online.
For more information, contact Ms. Stefani Mejia at the CSJ Center at email@example.com.