Inside Out (plus Q&A with screenwriter Meg Lefauve)

Inside Out (plus Q&A with screenwriter Meg Lefauve)

September 23, 2023
Presented as part of the Screenwriting Research Network International Conference

Details About the Film

A young girl’s personified emotions—Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness—try their best to guide her through the chaos of growing up.

Presented as part of the 15th Annual Screenwriting Research Network International Conference, with screenwriter Meg LeFauve in conversation.

Presented By

The Screenwriting Research Network (SRN) is comprised of scholars, writers, and practice-based researchers. Started in 2006, the network currently has 700 members from 50+ countries. The 15th annual conference is organized by the Stephens College MFA in TV and Screenwriting and the School of Integrative Studies at Stephens College. The arts and humanities thrive in Columbia, Missouri, as dozens of on- and off-campus performances occur year-round at Stephens, making the College one of Columbia’s premier centers for the performing arts.

The SRN conference is open to all local educators interested in learning more about the many, many women around the world who have written for the screen. Coming from a host college that focuses on female participation in the arts, the conference theme “Gender and the Female Gaze” will discuss the contributions of female screenwriters and the plethora of female-focused stories told on screen from the Silent Era through the modern-day.

Director(s): Pete Docter
Starring: Amy Poehler, Phyllis Smith, Bill Hader, Kaitlyn Dias, Richard Kind, Lewis Black, Mindy Kaling, Diane Lane, Kyle MacLachlan
Year Released: 2015
Runtime: 95 minutes
Country: United States
Language(s): English
Accessibility Options: ListenTech (Hearing Impaired / Personal Amplified Audio Receiver w/optional T-Coil loop)