Winter 2021 Semester

Babette’s Feast (Danish)

Ramen Shop (Japanese, English, Mandarin, Cantonese)

Eat Drink Man Woman (Mandarin)

Los olvidados (Spanish)

Psycho (English)

The 400 Blows (French)

8 1/2 (Italian)

Emma (English)

Antigone (Greek)

Denise Ho: Becoming the Song (English, Cantonese)

Children of the Revolution (German, Japanese, English)

The Battle of Algiers (Arabic, French)

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (French)

Yellow Earth (Mandarin)

YIB (Spanish, Chuj-Maya)

Mariannes Noires (French)

Belly of the Beast (English)

Amazing Grace (English)

Yalda, a Night for Forgiveness (Persian)

Advocate (Hebrew, Arabic)

Women of the Gulag (Russian)

Identifying Features (Spanish)

Assassins (Vietnamese/Indonesian/Korean/Malay)

Antigone (French, Arabic)

Poetry (Korean)

Songs from the Second Floor (Swedish)

Bicycle Thieves (Italian)

All About Eve (English)

The Vertical Ray of the Sun (Vietnamese)

Leftover Women (Mandarin)

Runner (English, Sudanese)

The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (Portuguese)

Breaking Surface (Swedish, Norwegian)

Cherry Blossoms (German, Japanese)

The Reason I Jump (English)

You Will Die at 20 (Arabic)

Weathering With You (Japanese)

Death by a Thousand Cuts (Spanish, Haitian-Creole)

Three Summers (Portuguese)

IC Semester Updates Blog

January 7, 2021 in Covid-19

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The International Cinema (IC) program is back with a lineup of great films for Winter 2021! While we are all grounded, for the time being, we can still travel the…
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Winter 2021 Virtual Lectures

Mac Wilson – A Thousand Borders: Human and Nonhuman Rights in Death by a Thousand Cuts

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Dr. Wilson extrapolates the border separating the Dominican Republic and Haiti on their shared island, the site of the documentary Death by a Thousand Cuts (2016), into a theme by…

Steven Riep – Depictions of Autism in The Reason I Jump

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Dr. Riep, who studies representations of disability in literature and visual arts, discusses common misconceptions about people with autism and how many of those erroneous ideas are turned into on-screen…

Julie Allen – The Necessity of Trust for Happiness: Joachim Hedén’s Breaking Surface (2020)

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Professor of Scandinavian Studies, Dr. Julie Allen begins by explaining why the Scandinavian countries have continually topped international surveys on happiness. She then connects those reasons to the unique twisting…

Valerie Hegstrom – Leftover Women: Searching for Work-Life Balance

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Director of BYU Global Women’s Studies, Dr. Valerie Hegstrom outlines the perceived choice women are faced with between family and career. Not only is this choice not a simple binary,…

Douglas J. Weatherford – The Poetry of César Vallejo in Roy Andersson’s Songs from the Second Floor

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IC co-director Douglas J. Weatherford examines the presence of Peruvian poet César Vallejo in Roy Andersson’s critically acclaimed film, Songs from the Second Floor (2000, Sweden). Weatherford suggests that Vallejo’s…
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