Program in Bioethics & Film


October 2015

UNAFF 2015: Running Out of Time
International Documentary Film Festival

Friday, October 23 and Saturday, October 24
Li Ka Shing Center, Room 130
Admission is free for Stanford students
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Please join us on October 23 and October 24 when the Program in Bioethics and Film and UNAFF will co-present films at the Stanford Medical School as part of the 18th United Nations Association Film Festival. Screening sessions will also include free admission to panel discussions exploring “The Quest for Health” on 10/23 and “The Elimination of Violence against Women” on 10/24.

March 2015

Capturing Grace Screening
Friday, April 17
7pm - 8:30pm
Cubberley Auditorium
Stanford University

Repeat Showing
Saturday, April 18
1:30pm - 3pm
CEMEX Auditorium
Stanford University

The award-winning film Capturing Grace tells the story of what happens when the legendary Mark Morris Dance Group joins forces with people with Parkinson's disease to stage a unique performance. Followed by a discussion and Q&A with filmmaker Dave Iverson, Dr. Helen Bronte Stewart, Director of Stanford Movement Disorders Center and David Leventhal, celebrated dancer and program director of Dance for PD ®. Moderator, Dr. Maren Graniger-Monsen, Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics.

Maren Grainger-Monsen, MD will be the moderator for the panel discussion on both days.

Sponsored by Stanford’s Medicine & the Muse Program and Program for Bioethics and Film 

September 2014

Emmy Award nomination for Revolutionary Optimists

The Revolutionary Optimists has been nominated for a National Emmy Award in News and Documentary Long Form.                        

August 2014

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For information about ways to give, please contact the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics at 650-723-5760.

All contributions welcome.