Indiana University

  • Cinema film: Life on Earth 1998
    April 19 3:00pm
    A poetic meditation on Africa at the turn of the new millennium, Life on Earth imagines Mali on the last day of the last century. A “fictional documentary,” Life on Earth interlaces images of Sokolo, a border town in Mali, with readings from Aime Césaire, the Caribbean critic of colonialism, and the sounds of the world famous more »
  • Cinema film: Seymour:An Introduction
    April 19 6:30pm
    With a title borrowed from J.D. Salinger, Ethan Hawke’s documentary debut explores the life of pianist and devoted teacher Seymour Bernstein. By the age of 15, Bernstein was an accomplished concert pianist who began teaching others, which would continue to this day. Hawke’s subject is a captivating storyteller with much to share, lik more »
  • Cinema film: The Apartment 1960
    April 20 3:00pm
    Considered one of Hollywood’s finest comedies, The Apartment won five Academy Awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Original Screenplay. Jack Lemmon plays C.C. “Bud” Baxter, an office clerk who figures he can move up the corporate ladder by providing his apartment as a hideaway for his philandering bosses&rsqu more »
  • Cinema film: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest 1975
    April 20 7:00pm
    40th Anniversary Screening Adapted from Ken Kesey's 1962 novel based on his experiences as night staff in a California VA hospital, the film depicts the story of a man who chooses hospitalization instead of jail. Jack Nicholson plays the anti-hero and Louise Fletcher the tyrannical psychiatric nurse who battle issues of power and agency, more »
  • Into the Woods
    April 21 7:30pm
    If one story isn't enough for you, this musical mash-up brings together all of the familiar Grimm's Fairy Tale characters into one twisted tale of cows and curses, beanstalks and bakers, princes and princesses, and of course, an evil witch. Join us in the Ruth N. Halls Theatre for this enchanting production! more »
February 26 - March 3, 2012