Indiana University

  • Cinema Jorgensen Guest Lecture: Peter Weir
    March 03 3:00pm
    Peter Weir Known for making moody, complex dramas that often focus on the emotional struggles of men caught up in social change and/or upheaval, Australian director Peter Weir is regarded as one of the most solid directors in both his native country and in Hollywood. His many accomplishments include making vehicles that promoted such stars as more »
  • Cinema movie: Picnic at Hanging Rock 1975
    March 03 7:00pm
    One of director Peter Weir’s most spellbinding and impenetrable films, Picnic at Hanging Rock mesmerizes audiences with questions and lurking clues. During a picnic in the Australian bush in 1900, three students and one teacher from a girls school disappear without a trace, with one eventually found but unable to remember any events from t more »
  • Romeo and Juliet
    March 03 7:30pm
    In Shakespeare's beautifully tragic tale of love at first sight, romeo and Juliet secretly wed despite the sworn contempt their families hold for each other. A chain of fateful events changes both families forever. Join us in the Ruth N. Halls Theatre for this remarkable love story. more »
  • Jersey Boys
    March 03 8:00pm
    Join us on the whirlwind journey of pop-music greats Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, as their true-life trip through obscurity, heartbreak, and stardom unfolds in the runaway smash-hit Jersey Boys. Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-Winner for Best Musical, this blockbuster phenomenon takes you up the charts, across the country, and behind the m more »
  • Cinema movie: Gallipol 1981 110 min
    March 04 4:00pm
    In 1915 Western Australia two young men enlist to fight in WWI. Archy Hamilton (Mark Lee) is enthusiastic and patriotic, while Frank Dunne (Mel Gibson) has no great desire to fight in a war in which he believes Australia has no place. The two become best mates and after training in Egypt, they land at Gallipoli, Turkey, just as the allied assaul more »
Tuesday, March 3, 2015