• IU CINEMA: Man of the West
    January 18 7:00pm
    A model citizen (Gary Cooper) is forced to confront his very dark past in one of the greatest Westerns ever made. Anthony Mann brought the sensibilities of film noir to a remarkable series of 1950s films that explore the psychological and moral implications of Western violence. Man of the Westwas his crowning achievement, its disquieting pl more »
  • IU CINEMA: Avant-Noir: Experimental Media from the African Diaspora (Shorts Program)
    January 19 6:30pm
    Curator Greg de Cuir is scheduled to be present.   In presenting his first Avant-Noir program in 2014, curator Greg de Cuir conceived of it as “an intervention into the status quo of alternative film and video curating.” This second volume continues his project with a collection of short films and videos from y more »
  • Julius Caesar
    January 19 7:30pm
    Julius Caeser brings the epic glory of the Roman Republic to the stage, with a treacherous assassination that causes Rome to erupt into a warzone. As a dommed rebellion led by the noble Marcus Brutus and the cunning Caius Cassius unfolds, blood spills and loyalties waver. more »
  • IU CINEMA: Spring Breakers
    January 19 9:30pm
    The mainstream breakthrough for legendary-skate-kid-gone-art-house-director Harmony Korine, Spring Breakers is a neon haze of mainstream spring-break culture in America. The film stars Ashley Benson, Selena Gomez, Rachel Korine, and Vanessa Hudgens as four girls who party hard and fast during spring break and find themselves in jail. T more »
  • IU CINEMA: High Sierra
    January 20 3:00pm
    When a fugitive mobster (Humphrey Bogart) must hide out in the Sierra Nevada after a botched robbery, he finds he cannot escape his past, nor can he ditch his moll (Ida Lupino). Adapted from a W.R. Burnett novel by screenwriter John Huston and director Raoul Walsh, High Sierra is now recognized as an early film noir. Traces of the more »
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