25 Feb 20145:45pm - 8:30pmArts Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrew's Street Cambridge

Description

All the President’s Men tells the story of the discovery of the most notorious conspiracy in recent American history: the break-in at the Watergate building and the cover-up that followed.  Woodward (Robert Redford) and Bernstein (Dustin Hoffmann) are the reluctant conspiracy theorists: two reporters who don’t want to believe the worst but who can’t stop digging.  ‘Deep Throat’ is the insider who guides them to the truth: the conspiracy goes all the way to the top. 

Introduced by John Naughton, one of the lead investigators on the Conspiracy and Democracy project, and Helen Thompson of Cambridge University, who will talk about presidential politics, investigative journalism and the struggle to uncover the truth. 

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*Member £7.50

* Retired £8.50

*Student £6 (Festival Special Offer)

*Child £6.00

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Events in the Series

Conspiracies and Conspiracy Film Season
Conspiracy Film Season: The Manchurian Candidate (1962)
11 Feb 2014 5:45pm - 8:30pm, Arts Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrew's Street Cambridge CB2 3AR

Film screening with an introduction from Peter Knight, author of Conspiracy Culture: American Paranoia from the Kennedy Assassination to the X-Files.

Conspiracy Film Season: Rosemary’s Baby
18 Feb 2014 5:45pm - 8:30pm, Arts Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrew's Street, Cambridge

Film screening with an introduction by Michael Newton, film writer for the Guardian and author of Age of Assassins.

Conspiracy Film Season: All The President’s Men
25 Feb 2014 5:45pm - 8:30pm, Arts Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrew's Street Cambridge

Film screening with an introduction by John Naughton, one of the lead investigators on the Conspiracy and Democracy project, and Helen Thompson of Cambridge University, who will talk about presidential politics, investigative journalism and the struggle to uncover the truth. 

Conspiracy Film Season: Hidden Agenda
4 Mar 2014 6:00pm - 8:30pm, Arts Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrew's Street Cambridge

A film screening with an introduction from historian Tony Craig and film producer David Hickman, who will discuss conspiracies involving the British secret state and their representation on film.

Conspiracy Film Season: 39 Steps (1935)
11 Mar 2014 6:00pm - 8:30pm, Arts Picturehouse Cinema, 38-39 St Andrew's Street Cambridge

A screening of the film with an introduction from David Trotter, King Edward VII Professor of English at Cambridge

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