Special Norwich, UK Screening with Stefan
Jun
12
7:00pm 7:00pm

Special Norwich, UK Screening with Stefan

Special Norwich screening of "The Happy Film" with co-director Stefan Sagmeister in attendance. Screening time to be announced soon. Q&A with Stefan after the screening. 

Special Norwich, UK Screening with Stefan 

NUA University - Norwich

DATE: 12th June, 2017

TIME: TBA (evening screening).

VENUE: NUA Lecture Theatre

Tickets to be released soon.

 

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Special Sheffield, UK Screening with Stefan (and Made North)
Jun
10
7:00pm 7:00pm

Special Sheffield, UK Screening with Stefan (and Made North)

  • Pennine Lecture Theatre, Sheffield Hallam University - City Campus, Howard St,, S1 1WB Sheffield UK (map)
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Special Sheffield screening of "The Happy Film" with co-director Stefan Sagmeister in attendance. Screening at 7pm, Q&A with Stefan after the screening. 

Sheffield Hallam W/ Made North

DATE: 10th June

TIME: 7-10pm

VENUE: Pennine Lecture Theatre, Sheffield Hallam University - City Campus, Howard St, Sheffield, S1 1WB

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Special Berkshires Screening With Ben, Stefan and Dr. Sheenah Hankin
May
26
6:30pm 6:30pm

Special Berkshires Screening With Ben, Stefan and Dr. Sheenah Hankin

The Berkshires International Film Festival presents a special screening of "The Happy Film" at the Mahaiwe Theater on Friday, May 26th at 6:30PM with co-director Stefan Sagmeister, co-director Ben Nabors, and therapist Dr. Sheenah Hankin in attendance. A live on-stage therapy session will follow the screening with Sagmeister, Nabors and Dr. Hankin.

Tickets and additional details are available via the BIFF website.

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Special Screening at Museum of Vancouver
May
11
7:00pm 7:00pm

Special Screening at Museum of Vancouver

Museum of Vancouver
May 11th, 2017
7pm, $17 USD

NEW VANCOUVER SHOW ADDED: A special Vancouver screening of "The Happy Film" at the Museum of Vancouver, which also hosted The Happy Show. Following the film, Stefan Sagmeister will be joined by clinical psychologist and ordained Buddhist monk Dr. Sean Pritchard, and UBC Professor of Psychiatry Andrea Grabovac to discuss the film's pursuits of happiness and some of the pitfalls Sagmeister experiences on his journey. 

SOLD OUT

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