Weekly Film 1
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Wed Sept. 22
- 5:35 PM
Fri Sept. 24
- 4:30 PM
Sat Sept. 25
- 9:00 PM

Anne Aghion, English/Kinyarwanda, 2009, 80 min.

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Focusing on the aftermath of the 1994 genocide in Rwanda, this documentary shows the process of the Gacaca courts, a citizen-based justice system used to attempt reconciliation between neighbors who were often former enemies. (Documentary)

Wednesday Sept. 22 - Saturday Sept. 25
Weekly Film 2
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Thur Sept. 23
- 5:00 PM
Friday Sept. 24
- 6:30 PM
Saturday Sept. 25
- 11:00 AM
- 6:00 PM

Jasmila Zbanic, Serbo-Croatian/Bosnian/English/Serbian, 2020, 101 min.*

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A local UN translator from Srebrenica, Bosnia tries to keep her family and villagers safe as the Serbian army overruns the town and a UN peacekeeping force fails to stop the violence. This Oscar-nominated film is based on true events from 1995.

Wednesday Sept. 22 - Saturday Sept. 25
Weekly Film 3
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Thursday Sept. 23
- 7:45 PM
Friday Sept. 24
-9:00 PM
Saturday Sept. 25
- 2:00 PM

Luis Zorraquin, Guaraní/Spanish, 2016, 85 min.*

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In this unique road movie where much of the trip takes place on a boat, a man and his granddaughter travel from Paraguay (where Guaraní is one of the two official languages) to Buenos Aires to reconnect with the girl’s mother.

Wednesday Sept. 22 - Saturday Sept. 25
Weekly Film 4
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Wed Sept. 22
- 7:00 PM
Thur Sept. 23
-9:30 PM
Fri Sept. 24
- 2:30 PM
Sat Sept. 25
- 4:00 PM

Vincent Paronnaud & Marjane Satrapi, French/Persian/German, 2007, 96 min.*

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A superb animated adaptation of Marjane Satrapi’s autobiographical graphic novels about coming of age in 1970s Tehran. She’s an outspoken girl who finds her attitude and outlook repeatedly challenged during the Islamic Revolution.

Wednesday Sept. 22 - Saturday Sept. 25
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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International Cinema Schedule