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I, Daniel Blake

I, Daniel Blake Saturday, April 15, 7:30pm Presented by: Tara McKay, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Health, & Society, and Assistant Professor of Health Policy UK (2016) Dir. Ken Loach. Winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival, the film is a gripping, human tale about the impact one man can make. Gruff...... KEEP READING

Posted on Monday, March 20th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


Ixcanul

Ixcanul Wednesday, April 12 Presented by: Avery Dickins de Girón, Executive Director of the Center for Latin American Studies USA (2015) Dir: Jayro Bustamente. Ixcanul (which translates to ‘volcano’ in Kaqchikel Mayan) is the coming-of-age story of Maria, a 17-year-old Mayan girl reluctant to embark on an arranged marriage with the coffee plantation foreman. The...... KEEP READING

Posted on Friday, January 27th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


Forb{i}dden

Forbidden: Queer & Undocumented in Rural America Wednesday, April 5 Presented by Tara McKay, Assistant Professor of Medicine, Health, & Society, and Assistant Professor of Health Policy. USA (2016) Dir: Tiffany Rhynard. This documentary film follows the personal transformation and activism of Moises Serrano, a young, undocumented and queer immigrant living in rural North Carolina....... KEEP READING

Posted on Friday, January 27th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


Timbuktu

Timbuktu Sunday, April 2, 1pm Presented by Dianna Bell, Mellon Assistant Professor of Religious Studies.   France/Mauritania (2014) Dir. Abderrahmane Sissako. Not far from the ancient Malian city of Timbuktu, cattle herder Kidane lives peacefully in the dunes with his wife, their daughter and their twelve-year-old shepherd. In town, the people suffer from the regime of terror...... KEEP READING

Posted on Friday, January 27th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


Black Robe

Black Robe / Robe noir Wednesday, March 29 Presented by: Lynn Ramey, Associate Professor of French. Canada (1991) Dir: Bruce Beresford. A Jesuit priest and his companion come to the New World on a mission to convert Native Americans. Confronting the inhospitable Canadian winter, the two Europeans take learn very different lessons about their relationship to the...... KEEP READING

Posted on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


Sin Alas

Sin Alas Sunday, March 26, 3pm Presented by Ben Chace, Director Cuba/USA (2015) 70 year-old Luis Vargas sits in front of his crumbling art deco building in downtown Havana reading the Communist newspaper. He notices an obituary for Isabela Muñoz, a once renowned modern dancer, and attends her funeral, standing apart from the rest of...... KEEP READING

Posted on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


Memorias del Subdesarrollo

Memorias del Subdesarrollo Sunday, March 26, 1pm Presented by Ben Chace, director of Sin Alas, and William Luis, Director of the Latino and Latina Studies Program and Gertrude Conway Vanderbilt Professor of Spanish. Cuba (1968) Dir. Tomás Gutiérrez Alea. Sergio, a wealthy bourgeois aspiring writer, decides to stay in Cuba after the revolution, even though his...... KEEP READING

Posted on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


A Separation

A Separation Wednesday March 22 Presented by Jennifer Fay, Associate Professor and Director of Cinema & Media Arts, and Anand Taneja, Assiatant Professor of Religious Studies. Iran (2011) Dir: Asghar Farhadi. Set in contemporary Iran, A Separation has been celebratedas one of the best films of 2011 (winning the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language...... KEEP READING

Posted on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off


The Mistake

The Mistake (Die Verfehlung) Tuesday, March 21 Presented by Kaleigh Bangor and Adam Merki, graduate students in German Studies. Germany (1991) Dir: Heiner Carow. Carow (Coming Out, The Legend of Paul and Paula) explores the dramatic reality of romantic relationships in a divided Germany in Die Verfehlung (The Mistake. Carow’s retrospective look into East German...... KEEP READING

Posted on Thursday, January 26th, 2017 in Right Listing | Comments Off