• University Orchestra David Neely, conductor
    September 19 8:00pm
    University Orchestra David Neely, conductor Repertoire Smetana: ‘Vlatva (The Moldau)’ from “Má vlast” (1879) J. Haydn: Symphony No. 88 in G Major, Hob.I:88 Rimsky-Korsakov: Suite from “The Tale of Tsar Saltan,” Op. 57 (1901) more »
  • An Evening with Latino Filmmaker Peter Bratt
    September 20 6:00pm
    Presented by: Latino Studies Program at IU celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month by attending an evening with Latino filmmaker Peter Bratt. Peter Bratt is an award-winning screenwriter and independent filmmaker whose feature films such as Follow Me Home and La Mission have premiered in competition at festivals such as Sundance and the more »
  • IU CINEMA: Waru
    September 20 7:00pm
    In Māori, waru means “eight.” Following the death of a child, eight Māori women are confronted by guilt, pride, and defeat, but all will ultimately risk everything for the greater good of their community. Creating this feature-length film, eight female Māori filmmakers each contributed a 10-minute vignette—presen more »
  • IU Cinema Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Series: Tamer El Said
    September 21 4:00pm
    Tamer El Said is a filmmaker living between Berlin and Cairo, his city of birth. He studied filmmaking and journalism before making documentaries and short films which began to receive international accolades. While teaching at the High Cinema Institute in Cairo, El Said took on the Senior Producer role for Nile Productions and Hot Spot Films in more »
  • IU CINEMA: In the Last Days of the City
    September 21 7:00pm
    Director Tamer El Said is scheduled to be present.   Tamer El Said’s ambitious debut feature tells the fictional story of a filmmaker from downtown Cairo played by Khalid Abdalla (The Kite Runner, The Square) as he struggles to capture the soul of a city on edge while facing loss in his own life. Shot in Cairo, Beirut, Ba more »
March 2018