• IU CINEMA: The King
    January 19 4:00pm
    A cross-country road trip in Elvis Presley’s 1963 Rolls-Royce, The King, is far more than a musical biopic; it’s a penetrating portrait of America at a critical time in the nation’s history and an unflinching investigation into the state of the American dream. From Memphis to New York, Las Vegas, and beyond, the journey tr more »
  • IU CINEMA: Le Moulin
    January 19 7:00pm
    In 1933, Le Moulin, an avant-garde literary magazine, was founded by young poets in Taiwan. Living under Japanese rule, these writers were introduced to European modernism by intellectuals from the metropole. The words of Baudelaire and Rimbaud transformed these artists, and compelled them to compose poems of and for the island. After World more »
  • IU CINEMA: Yellow Earth
    January 20 1:00pm
    Kaige’s debut film introduced the world to two of China’s most celebrated Fifth Generation filmmakers. The stunning cinematography was in the hands of Zhang Yimou (Raise the Red Lantern, House of Flying Daggers, Hero) and the film won the Silver Leopard Award at the Locarno International Film Festival. A Red Army soldier visits more »
  • IU CINEMA: Mr. Gaga / Give Me a Break / Breath | Light | Stone
    January 20 4:00pm
    Directors/Choreographers Noa Shadur and Elizabeth Shea and Director Allen Hahn are scheduled to be present.   A post-screening discussion exploring the dynamic relationship between dance and film will follow the films.     Mr. Gaga   Mr. Gaga (2015, Tomer Heymann) focuses on the work and influ more »
  • Screening: AFRO-PUNK (2003) - A DIY Documentary Film by James Spooner
    January 23 7:00pm
    Afro-Punk (2003) is an award-winning DIY documentary film exploring the experiences of black punk and hardcore kids within a predominantly white subculture. It raises questions around black identity, interracial dating, marginalization, the double consciousness of black Americans, and alienation. The film is also a time capsule for what black al more »
January 2019