Academy Award-winning director Ang Lee headed to Wellesley

Ang LeeAng Lee, a three-time Academy Award-winning director, will be visiting Wellesley College on Oct. 26 for a conversation that’s open to the public (usually the way these things work is a professors asks a bunch of academic-ese questions, then students and the public chime in). The event takes place at 10am-noon at Alumnae Hall.

Lee is best known for directing films such as Brokeback Mountain, Life of Pi and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (though “The Ice Storm” is my favorite of his).

The Newhouse Center for the Humanities, the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, and the Cinema and Media Studies Program at Wellesley College are co-organizing a series of events leading up to Lee’s visit on campus, including special screenings of his major films and academic talks on related topics.

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