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FEBRUARY 20-23

Wednesday, February 20
5:00pm Lecture with Greg Stallings
5:30pm The Shape of Water
8:15pm Biutiful 

Thursday, February 21
3:00pm Children of Men
5:00pm Post-screening discussion with Doug Weatherford
5:45pm Hale County This Morning, This Evening
7:45pm Biutiful 

Friday, February 22
3:00pm The Shape of Water
5:30pm Children of Men
8:00pm Biutiful 
10:45pm The Shape of Water

Saturday, February 23
11:00am The Shape of Water
1:30pm Children of Men
4:00pm Hale County This Morning, This Evening
6:00pm Biutiful 
8:45pm Children of Men

The Shape of WaterGuillermo del Toro(2017)English 123 mins
BiutifulAlejandro G. Iñárritu(2010)Spanish 148 mins
Children of MenAlfonso Cuarón(2006)English 114 mins
Hale County This Morning, This EveningRaMell Ross(2018)English 76 mins
 

International Cinema at BYU

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.

Lectures
February 15, 2019

Los Reyes Mexicanos de Hollywood or How Mexican Filmmakers are Making American Cinema Great Again

Join us on Wednesday 20 February in 250 KMBL at 5pm for a lecture by Prof. Greg Stallings (Spanish and Portuguese) on the work of directors Guillermo del Toro, Alejandro…
NewsReviews
February 20, 2019

Los Reyes Mexicanos de Hollywood

Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo del Toro, and Alejandro González Iñárritu have become three of the most prominent directors in modern cinema and examples of the fundamentally transnational nature of the film…
Event
February 3, 2019

New IC Podcast

Get ready for this week's films by listening to the most recent episode of our brand new podcast. Every week you can hear from IC directors and guests about the…
BYU College of Humanities

International Cinema
Magazine

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