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Codebreaker is a docu-drama about the tumultuous life of Alan Turing, in whose honor the Spencer Museum mounted a major exhibition in the Spring and Summer of 2012. Turing, a British mathematician, helped crack Nazi codes and laid the foundation for the modern computer. He also endured severe persecution for his homosexuality. This film includes mature content. Running time: 81 minutes. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with Patrick Sammon, executive producer of the film.

Sponsored By: University Honors Program, School of Engineering, Center for Digital Humanities, Dept. of Film & Media Studies, Dept. of Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, The Commons, Information and Telecommunication Technology Center, Spencer Museum of Art


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