By breaking through the frames of presuppositions and conventions, we may be enabled to reconnect ourselves with the processes of becoming who we are. By reflecting on our life histories, we may be able to gain some perspective… on our own desires to withdraw from complexity and to embrace a predictable harmony. By becoming aware of ourselves as questioners, as makers of meaning, as persons engaged in constructing and reconstructing realities with those around us, we may be able to communicate to students the notion that reality depends on perspective, that its construction is never complete, and that there is always more.
Kevin’s Choice Movie Club (KCMC) is a film club at Haverford College, with events open to all members of the Tri-College Consortium, including students at Bryn Mawr and Swarthmore Colleges. By screening a variety of films each semester, engaging in intercollegiate and interdisciplinary film series, and supporting the Bryn Mawr Film Institute (BMFI), KCMC seeks to promote self-awareness, empathy, and positive social change, all with the power of story and cinema.