• Three Sisters
    October 21 2:00pm
    The Prozorov sisters long to leave their country estate and return to Moscow, but they're trapped by financial hardships, tumultuous affairs, and their own inner demons. Chekov navigates the sisters' story with gentle humor, warmth, and compassion. more »
  • IU CINEMA: A Man For All Seasons
    October 21 3:00pm
    A Man for all Seasons dramatizes the final years of Thomas More, between 1529–35, as he defies Henry VIII’s attempt to have him approve the annulment of his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and take the Oath of Supremacy, making the king the “Supreme Head of the Church of England.” Based on the award-winning play by Robert more »
  • IU CINEMA: The Land Between
    October 21 7:00pm
    The Land Between is a documentary set in the Spanish-run enclave city of Melilla in northern Morocco—a potential gateway to Europe for African migrants and the largest migrant detention center on the continent. The film contrasts the institutional power of the European Union and its increasingly stringent border control polices with the de more »
  • Three Sisters
    October 21 7:30pm
    The Prozorov sisters long to leave their country estate and return to Moscow, but they're trapped by financial hardships, tumultuous affairs, and their own inner demons. Chekov navigates the sisters' story with gentle humor, warmth, and compassion. more »
  • IU CINEMA: Loving
    October 22 6:30pm
    DIVERSITY ● DIFFERENCE ● OTHERNESS This period film, inspired by a landmark Supreme Court case, focuses on Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple living in segregated, 1950s Virginia, a state where miscegenation laws were still in place. Quietness hallmarks the storytelling, mirroring the silence of the Southern landsc more »
April 16 - 22, 2017