Flannery: The Storied Life of the Writer from Georgia
February 7, 2020
7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. EST
Location: Rafik B. Hariri Building Lohrfink Auditorium Map
Flannery: The Storied Life of the Writer from Georgia is an award-winning documentary that explores the life and works of influential American author Flannery O’Connor. The film features original animations and music alongside archival footage, personal letters, and O’Connor’s published works.
The screening of Flannery was followed by a discussion led by Berkley Center Senior Fellow Paul Elie with co-directors and co-producers of the film Rev. Mark Bosco, S.J., and Elizabeth Coffman, along with cinematographer Ted Hardin.
This event was co-sponsored by Georgetown University's Office of Mission and Ministry, Catholic Studies Program, and Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs.
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Rev. Mark Bosco, S.J., Elizabeth Coffman, Paul Elie, and Ted Hardin take a question from the audience.
Rev. Mark Bosco, S.J., Elizabeth Coffman, Paul Elie, and Ted Hardin discuss the documentary about Flannery O'Connor.
An audience member asks a question about "Flannery: The Storied Life of the Writer from Georgia."
Rev. Mark Bosco, S.J., vice president for mission and ministry, at the podium.
Jon Parrish Peede, chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities, offers opening remarks.