Related Links

A lecture on the film from Professor Blank will be held in JFSB 1234 at 5:00 PM on Wednesday March 4th.

Wednesday March 4
- 5:30 PM

Friday March 6
- 5:25 PM

Saturday March 7
- 12:20 PM
- 8:05 PM

Mandarin. 2019. Shosh Shlam. 83 min.*

Screening Schedule:

Chinese culture places a high value on marriage, so much so that women who are not wed by a certain age are labeled “leftover women.” This documentary follows three individuals who are trying to find husbands after becoming “too old” or “too successful.”

Leftover Women
Wednesday March 4 - Saturday March 7
Related Links

A lecture on the film from Professor Blank will be held in JFSB 1234 at 5:00 PM on Wednesday March 4th.

Wednesday March 4
- 5:30 PM

Friday March 6
- 5:25 PM

Saturday March 7
- 12:20 PM
- 8:05 PM

Mandarin. 2019. Shosh Shlam. 83 min.*

Screening Schedule:

Chinese culture places a high value on marriage, so much so that women who are not wed by a certain age are labeled “leftover women.” This documentary follows three individuals who are trying to find husbands after becoming “too old” or “too successful.”

Bicycle Thief
Wednesday March 4 - Saturday March 7
Related Links

A lecture on the film from Professor Blank will be held in JFSB 1234 at 5:00 PM on Wednesday March 4th.

Wednesday March 4
- 5:30 PM

Friday March 6
- 5:25 PM

Saturday March 7
- 12:20 PM
- 8:05 PM

Mandarin. 2019. Shosh Shlam. 83 min.*

Screening Schedule:

Chinese culture places a high value on marriage, so much so that women who are not wed by a certain age are labeled “leftover women.” This documentary follows three individuals who are trying to find husbands after becoming “too old” or “too successful.”

Antigone
Wednesday March 4 - Saturday March 7
Related Links

A lecture on the film from Professor Blank will be held in JFSB 1234 at 5:00 PM on Wednesday March 4th.

Wednesday March 4
- 5:30 PM

Friday March 6
- 5:25 PM

Saturday March 7
- 12:20 PM
- 8:05 PM

Mandarin. 2019. Shosh Shlam. 83 min.*

Screening Schedule:

Chinese culture places a high value on marriage, so much so that women who are not wed by a certain age are labeled “leftover women.” This documentary follows three individuals who are trying to find husbands after becoming “too old” or “too successful.”

Death by a Thousand Cuts
Wednesday March 4 - Saturday March 7
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From the Booth: Recent Podcast Episodes
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Week 13: Death by a Thousand Cuts

Former IC director Chip Oscarson guest hosts an episode featuring a discussion with Prof. George Handley about the 2016 documentary Death by a Thousand Cuts. The documentary considers the complex...

Week 12: The Reason I Jump

This week IC co-director Marc Yamada is joined by two very qualified guests, Natalie Nielson-Riep (professor, advocate for autism, and mother of an autistic son) and Mikle South (Professor of...

Week 11: The Year My Parents Went on Vacation

Professor Anna-Lisa Halling of the Department of Spanish and Portuguese speaks with IC co-director Doug Weatherford about The Year My Parents Went on Vacation (Brazil, 2006, dir. Cao Hamburger). The...

Week 9: Poets & Poetry

This week, we discuss Bicycle Thieves (Vitorio De Sica, 1949) with Professor Dan Paul from the BYU French and Italian department. In this podcast professor Paul talks about Italian Neorealism,...

Week 8: Migration & Violence

Professor Brian Price speaks with IC co-director Doug Weatherford about the recent Mexican film Identifying Features (2020), winner of the Audience Award (World Dramatic) at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

Week 7: Women’s Voices Part 2

Professors Heather Belnap, Julie Lefgren and Rebecca DeSchweinitz focus their remarks on Antigone (Sophie Deraspe, 2019), Leftover Women (Hilla Medalia & Shosh Shlam, 2019) and All About Eve (Joseph L....

Week 7: Women’s Voices Part 1

In part one of this week’s podcast about Women’s Voices Aline Longstaff, Kif Augustine Adams, and Jacob Hickman discuss Yalda a Night for Forgiveness (Massoud Bakhshi, 2019), Identifying Features (Fernanda Valadez,...

Week 6: Black Voices

IC co-director Marc Yamada and professor Greg Stallings discuss Amazing Grace, a concert film on the recording of an album of gospel music by Aretha Franklin in 1972 that is just now...

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