Written by David Koepp (BA ’90)
Directed by Steven Soderbergh

Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022

6:00 p.m.

James Bridges Theater

During the COVID-19 pandemic in Seattle, an agoraphobic tech worker discovers evidence of a violent crime while reviewing a data stream, and is met with resistance and bureaucracy when she tries reporting it to her company. To get involved, she realizes she must face her greatest fear by venturing out of her apartment and into the city streets, which are filled with protestors after the city council passes a law restricting the movements of the homeless population.

Join us after the screening for

A Q&A with David Koepp

Moderated by George Huang, screenwriting professor, Department of Film Television and Digital Media

David Koepp has written the screenplays of such blockbuster films as Jurassic Park, The Lost World: Jurassic Park, Mission: Impossible, War of the Worlds and Spider-Man (2002), and more than two dozen others. He has also written and directed seven films and is the author of the novels Cold Storage (2019) and Aurora, which comes out in June 2022. Koepp also serves as a producer on his latest film, KIMI.

Special thanks to David Koepp, George Huang, HBO Max, Warner Bros. and the staff of the James Bridges Theater

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