Indiana University

  • IU CINEMA: Finding Vivian Maier
    April 20 3:00pm
    A mysterious nanny, who secretly took over 100,000 photographs that were hidden in storage lockers and discovered decades later, is now considered among the 20th century’s greatest photographers. Vivian Maier’s strange and riveting life and art are revealed through never before seen photographs, films, and interviews with dozens who more »
  • IU CINEMA: The Motel Life
    April 20 6:30pm
    The Motel Life explores the intense bond between two brothers living on the fringes of Reno, Nevada. They grew up dependent on each other and their big imaginations to escape the challenges of their transient life. When the brothers are involved in a fatal accident, it forces them to choose between running or facing reality. It's a story of more »
  • Kurds and Kurdistan: An Introduction
    April 21 3:30pm
    Bloomington community member Kanyaw Ali will provide a powerpoint presentation introducing the community to the Kurdish culture. This event will also feature Kurdish foods, including Dolma with Grape Leaves. Please join us for this unique opportunity to learn about Iraqi Kurdistan. more »
  • Kurds and Kurdistan: An Introduction
    April 21 3:30pm
    Bloomington community member Kanyaw Ali will provide a powerpoint presentation introducing the community to the Kurdish culture. This event will also feature Kurdish foods, including Dolma with Grape Leaves. Please join us for this unique opportunity to learn about Iraqi Kurdistan. more »
  • IU CINEMA: Jiseul
    April 21 7:00pm
    Jiseul is written and directed by Muel O, a representative of the Jeju-based independent culture project, Terror J. Set during the 1948 Jeju Massacre in Korea, Jiseul tells the story of some 120 villagers who hid in a cave for 60 days from soldiers who were under shoot-to-kill orders. The absurdity-of-war theme has been explored in many films, b more »
February 26 - March 3, 2012