Process & Film Course offered in Conjunction with the 13th Annual Whitehead International Film Festival

Wiff LogoJanuary 17-20, 2014
Claremont, CA


The class fulfills several purposes:

  1. to increase our ability to understand the artistic merits in film;
  2. to explore ways of utilizing films to probe issues of faith;
  3. to serve as a jury for the Whitehead International Film Festival, deciding which of the eleven feature films best meets the criteria of “Celebrating Films that Promote the Common Good.”

$250 for P&F members/$300 for non-members:
includes class, opening night banquet, full film pass, 2 dinners.

Class taught by Professor Marjorie Hewitt Suchocki, and Director of the Whitehead International Film Festival

The Whitehead International Film Festival is based on Alfred North Whitehead’s process philosophy – a worldview that focuses on the radically interdependent nature of all that exists. Given this interdependence, we are each responsible for contributing as much as we can toward the common good. Intercultural appreciation and understanding is a component of the common good that can be fostered by viewing and discussing excellent films produced around the world. For more information on how to register for the festival and/or the class, please go Or call the Process & Faith office.