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  • 2010
  • Directed By: Henry Joost and Ariel Schulman
  • Rated PG-13
  • Documentary
  • 87 Minutes
  1. Monday, December 9, 2013 7:00 p.m.
Image from the film Catfish
This controversial documentary – alleged by some to be faked – inspires questions about where social networking has led society. What’s true and what isn’t? Does social networking foster community and connection or undermine it? The film documents the online romance of filmmaker Ariel Shulman’s brother and how that relationship changes as it moves from its social network foundation to offline meetings. The New York Times noted that “The Social Network is about origins, while Catfish, at once narrower and more universal in implication, is about consequences.” (2K DCP Presentation)

Elizabeth Ellcessor (IU Department of Communication and Culture) will introduce the film.