December 5-8, 2018

Wednesday, December 5
5:00pm Lecture: Marc Yamada
5:30pm Poetry
8:15pm Om Shanti Om

Thursday, December 6
5:00pm Guangzhou Dream Factory
6:30pm Reprise
8:45pm Om Shanti Om

Friday, December 7
3:00pm Reprise
5:15pm Poetry
8:00pm Om Shanti Om
10:45pm Reprise

Saturday, December 8
11:00am Poetry
1:45pm Guangzhou Dream Factory
3:15pm Om Shanti Om
6:50pm Poetry
9:35pm Reprise


News and Announcements:

BYU International Cinema, sponsored by the BYU College of Humanities, is one of the longest-running university foreign film programs of its kind in the United States. There is no special admission charge or fee for International Cinema films. We do ask you to be quiet and courteous, to turn off cell phones, and to research films before you bring children.

The International Cinema program has some exciting changes to announce in connection with our fall 2018 program:

  • New schedule! Starting this fall, the IC weekly screening schedule will run Wednesdays through Saturdays. The weekly lectures will be switched from Tuesdays to Wednesdays at 5pm and we will now have screenings on Thursday evenings.
  • New Friday matinee screening: Every Friday at 3pm there will be an afternoon screening in 250 KMBL. No better way to start your week-end.
  • New Documentary Series: IC has added a new film series focusing on the best of world documentary cinema.
December 3, 2018

Poetry and the New Korean Cinema

Professor Marc Yamada (Comparative Letters and Art) is offering the last lecture of 2018 on Poetry (Chang-dong Lee, 2010). Wednesday December 5. 250KMBL. 5PM.
November 4, 2018

WWI Panel Discussion

 On Nov. 8 following the screening of G.W. Pabst's Comradeship (1931) professors Jarica Watts (English), Rob McFarland (German), and Bob Hudson (French) all participated in a wide-ranging and elucidating discussion about…
November 24, 2018

Cielo: post-screening discussion

Stay after watching Cielo (Alison McAlpine, 2018) to talk about this beautiful documentary with professor George Handley (Comparative Arts and Letters). Thursday Nov. 29, 6:30PM. 250KMBL.
BYU College of Humanities

International Cinema

Read the 2018 Winter issue of the "Humanities" magazine,
dedicated to the International Cinema program and it's 50th anniversary.