Romuald Karmakar is an independent filmmaker based in Berlin who is the 2012–2013 David and Roberta Logie Fellow and Radcliffe-Harvard Film Study Center Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute.
On Monday, February 4, he will discuss and share his work at a series of events in Cambridge:
4:00 PM Fellow Presentation
Karmakar will discuss his work as a filmmaker with a presentation, "The Easy Way Is Always Mined: Welcome to Cinekarmakar!," in the Sheerr Room at Fay House in Radcliffe Yard.
5:30 PM Exhibit Opening and Reception
Karmakar will open his exhibit The Influence of Influence: Early Works and Recent Takes by Romuald Karmakar at the Radcliffe Institute gallery in Byerly Hall.
7:00 PM Film Screening
There will be a screening of Karmakar’s movie The Deathmaker (1995) at the Harvard Film Archive, in the Carpenter Center at 24 Quincy Street.
Professor Eric Rentschler of the Germanic Languages and Literature Department at Harvard will lead a conversation with Karmakar after the screening. Information about the HFA screening and tickets is online.
The events at the Radcliffe Institute are free and open to the public.