MEETUP: The Computers film + Q&A Weds 6/3

ENIACThe Computers is a 20 minute documentary about the six women who, during World War 2, programmed – from scratch – the first all-electronic computer, the ENIAC. By the time they were finished, ENIAC ran a ballistics trajectory — a differential calculus equation — in seconds. Yet when the ENIAC was unveiled to the press and the public in 1946, the women were never introduced; they remained invisible. Featuring Movietone footage of the 1940s and never-before-seen interviews with the ENIAC Programmers, The Computers is an inspiring story – lost for almost 70 years – about the founding of technologies we cannot live without — by six incredible young women everyone should know.

After premiering at the Seattle International Film Festival on May 24, The Computers is now enjoying its first theatrical run at the Landmark Sunshine Cinema in NYC. ISOC-NY has been able to obtain 20 free passes for the 7pm screening this Wednesday June 3 2015, which will include a Q&A with Co-Producer Kathy Kleiman. Further tickets will be available at the box office for $10 a pop.

What: The Computers film + Q&A
Where: Landmark Sunshine Cinema, 143 E. Houston Street NYC
When: June 3, 2015 7pm