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International Cinema Weekly Schedule
January 26 - 29
Wednesday 1/26

5:00 PM Lecture: Rob McFarland
5:35 PM Nosferatu
7:45 PM The Burmese Harp

Thursday 1/27

5:30 PM Ailey*
7:20 PM Jellyfish
9:00 PM Nosferatu

Friday 1/28

2:30 PM The Burmese Harp
4:45 PM Jellyfish
6:15 PM Nosferatu
8:15 PM Jellyfish

Saturday 1/29

11:00 AM The Burmese Harp
1:15 PM Ailey*
3:15 PM Jellyfish
5:15 PM the Burmese Harp
7:30 PM Nosferatu

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Thur Jan. 27
- 5:30 PM
Sat Jan. 29
- 1:15 PM

Jamila Wignot, English, 2021, 82 min.

Screening Schedule:

A look into the life of legendary choreographer Alvin Aliley and his contribution to the expression of Black American culture through dance. Using archival footage and interviews, director Jamila Wignot traces Ailey’s journey from childhood to international acclaim.

Wednesday Jan. 26 - Saturday Jan. 29
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Wed Jan. 19
- 7:35 PM
Fri Jan. 21
- 4:45 PM
Sat Jan. 22
- 2:30 PM
- 8:45 PM

Hayao Miyazaki, Japanese, 1986, 125 min.

Screening Schedule:

In this first film produced by Studio Ghibli, a young boy and girl with a magic crystal must race against pirates and foreign agents in a search for a legendary floating castle.

Wednesday Jan. 19 - Saturday Jan. 22
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Wed Jan. 26
-5:00 PM Lecture
- 5:35 PM
Thur Jan. 27
- 9:00 PM
Fri Jan. 28
- 6:15 PM
Sat Jan. 29
- 7:30 PM

F. W. Murnau, Silent with English title cards, 1922, 94 min.

Screening Schedule:

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Murnau’s unofficial adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Gothic novel, Dracula. One of the greatest horror movies ever made, Murnau’s “symphony of horror” is as bone-chillingly creepy today as it was a century ago.

Wednesday Jan. 26 - Saturday Jan. 29
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Thur Jan. 27
- 7:20 PM
Fri Jan. 28
- 4:45 PM
- 8:15 PM
Sat Jan. 29
- 3:15 PM

Shira Geffen and Etgar Keret, Hebrew, 2007, 78 min.

Screening Schedule:

In this fragmented portrait of life in Tel Aviv, a caterer finds a mysterious young girl who seems to have emerged from the sea, a newlywed bride copes with a change of plans, and a Filipina domestic struggles to communicate with the woman she has been hired to help.

Wednesday Jan. 26 - Saturday Jan. 29
ICS Minor
International Cinema Studies Minor

The minor in International Cinema Studies is for students who love visual media and want to develop skills in critical analysis, writing, and interpretation along with knowledge about cinema theory, history, and diverse cultures.

The ICS minor is a great addition to a major in the Humanities for a media-oriented student as it allows for a deeper focus on cinema, media studies, and international contexts than most majors are able to support. It is also a great addition for majors from outside the college of Humanities who need their cinema fix and something to help them round out their education with course work that will make them better communicators, writers, and thinkers.

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