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AHRC Twitter Chat: The Act of Killing

Date: 03/10/2013

'The Act of Killing' is a ground breaking documentary film on the Indonesian Genocide. The film depicts a group of unrepentant former members of Indonesian death squads being challenged to re-enact some of their many murders in the style of the American movies they love.

The film focuses particularly on one individual, Anwar Congo, whose initial enthusiasm for the re-enactments slowly gives way to outward expressions of unease and remorse.

On Thursday 10th October the AHRC is holding a Twitter chat giving you the chance to tweet questions to Professor Joram ten Brink.  Professor ten Brink of the University of Westminster, is Principal Investigator of Genre and Genocide research project which received an AHRC large grant.

AHRC funding allowed researchers to gather and collate initial information and source material which underpins the documentary

Professor ten Brink, tweeting from @doc_west, will be joining the AHRC's twitter account @ahrcpress at 2:00pm (BST) on Thursday 10 October 2013 for a live chat. The AHRC is inviting all its twitter followers to get involved and join in by using the hash tag#ahrcchat.

Watch the AHRC film about The Act of Killing

For further information, please contact: Tricia Brabham, AHRC: 01793 416024 t.brabham@ahrc.ac.uk

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  • The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) funds world-class, independent researchers in a wide range of subjects: ancient history, modern dance, archaeology, digital content, philosophy, English literature, design, the creative and performing arts, and much more. This financial year the AHRC will spend approximately £98m to fund research and postgraduate training in collaboration with a number of partners. The quality and range of research supported by this investment of public funds not only provides social and cultural benefits but also contributes to the economic success of the UK.
 
 
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