Throughout history, «great men» have written and directed some of our most important works—but are they really all that great? Drunk Education (the event formerly known as Drunk TED Talks) returns to poke holes and deflate the egos of, not literary men, but film bros. Some roasts will be loving, some will be scathing, but no one will escape untouched. Hosted by Eric Thurm.
This month's performers are… Abbey Bender (Broadly) on Godard, Monica Castillo (The New York Times) on Tarantino, Antonia Cereijido (NPR's Latino USA) on Kubrick, and Rex Santus (VICE) on Nolan.
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