- April 7, 2017
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Instructors: Weyler Greene and Kaitlyn Whitebread
Moonlight, recently awarded Best Picture, Best Writing-Adapted Screenplay, and Best Supporting Actor for Mahershala Ali at the 2017 Academy Awards, is the complex and timely developmental narrative of Chiron, an African-American man living in Miami. Beginning with his childhood, we join Chiron as he traverses through to adulthood, experiencing relationships, moments of discovery, joy and suffering. Beyond the stunningly stark cinematography and beautiful performances, this film brings a new voice to silenced stories, challenges stereotypes of race, gender and sexuality, explores the intricate and difficult process of individuation, and reminds us all of the need for human connection.
About the Instructors
Dr. Greene is The C.G. Jung Center Analyst-in-Residence and a Clinical Consultant in the June Singer Clinic. He holds a PhD in Psychology from UCLA, and is a graduate of the Jung Institute of Los Angeles. Dr. Greene has taught at the California Graduate Institute, Los Angeles; Antioch University, LA Campus; and the Los Angeles Jung Institute.
Kaitlyn Whitebread received her MA in Counseling from The Family Institute at Northwestern University and her BFA in Theater Performance from Ohio University. In addition to serving as a Program Assistant at The C.G. Jung Center, Kaitlyn is an Assertive Community Treatment Recovery Counselor and Employment Specialist at Trilogy Behavioral Healthcare in Chicago.