Wed Nov 20

5:00pm Lecture: Nate Kramer
5:30pm The Bridge*
8:00pm Capernaum*

Thur Nov 21

5:00pm Free Solo*
7:15pm Supa Modo

Fri Nov 22

3:00pm Capernaum*
5:30pm Supa Modo
7:20pm The Bridge*
9:45pm Free Solo*

Sat Nov 23

11:00am Supa Modo
12:50pm The Bridge*
3:15pm Free Solo*
5:20pm Capernaum*
7:45pm Supa Modo
9:35pm The Bridge*

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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.

November 14, 2019

Bron | Broen: Border Spectacle at the Bridge

Join us on Wed. Nov. 20 at 5pm in 250 KMBL for a pre-screening lecture by Prof. Nate Kramer (Interdisciplinary Humanities and Scandinavian Studies) on the Nordic noir TV Danish-Swedish…
November 14, 2019

Representing Blackness in American Cinema

“Racism is racial prejudice plus power,” said Dr. Kristin Matthews of the Department of English. Matthews gave a lecture before a screening of Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am (2019)…
November 20, 2019

Fall 2019 Episode 12: Representing Blackness

This week on "From the Booth" IC co-directors Marc Yamada and Chip Oscarson discuss the challenge of representing race and the experience of being black, in contemporary film. The discussion…
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.