• International Women's Day Conference
    March 23 1:00pm
    International Women's Day Conference is an opportunity for the campus community to come together, locally and globally, in a space that aims to empower women through the lens of education, leadership development, and social justice. more »
  • IU CINEMA: Cool Hand Luke
    March 23 4:00pm
    Following its release in 1967, Cool Hand Luke cemented Paul Newman in cinematic history and made him one of the most recognizable faces of the decade. Newman stars as a convict who refuses to conform to the expectations of his prison guards, a message that resonated with the anti-authoritarian themes of many American films throughout t more »
  • IU CINEMA: Japón
    March 23 7:00pm
    With comparisons to films by Abbas Kiarostami, Andrei Tarkovsky, Werner Herzog, and even John Ford, Carlos Reygadas’ Japón tells the story of an aging, melancholy painter who leaves Mexico City for the rural interior, with little more than some classical music, a pistol, and the intent to end his life. Given shelter by an more »
  • IU CINEMA: Miss Hokusai
    March 24 1:00pm
    This award-winning Japanese animated film, based on a historical manga series by Hinako Sugiura, tells the story of Katsushika Ōi (ca. 1800–ca. 1866), an artist who worked in the shadow of her famous father—the great ukiyo-e print designer Katsushika Hokusai. In addition to exploring issues of familiar relationships, gender role more »
  • IU CINEMA: Fly Me to the Moon
    March 24 4:00pm
    Director Esther Figueroa is scheduled to be present. This work-in-progress screening will be the first public presentation of the film and will be followed by a discussion with environmentalist filmmaker Figueroa. The feature-length documentary Fly Me to the Moon focuses on the Caribbean landscape, where bauxite has been mined more »
Tuesday, February 13, 2018