• IU CINEMA: The Maltese Falcon
    September 23 4:00pm
    2018–2019 Audience Choice Film The Maltese Falcon captured more than half of the total votes from patrons in IU Cinema’s 2018 Audience Survey. This film-noir classic stars Humphrey Bogart as tough San Francisco private investigator Sam Spade, who is one half of the Spade and Archer Detective Agency, along with partner Miles more »
  • IU CINEMA: Never Fear
    September 24 7:00pm
    Vibrant and talented young dancer Carol Williams (Sally Forrest) is on her way to stardom when she contracts polio. Her fiancé and dance partner Guy Richards (Keefe Brasselle) is determined to see his love through her illness, but Carol is frustrated and disheartened by her slow recovery and pushes him away. Her father encourages her to e more »
  • IU CINEMA: Luz Obscura
    September 27 7:00pm
    Director Susana de Sousa Dias is scheduled to be present.   Utilizing material gathered in archives of the Portuguese political police, Luz Obscura mines the psychological aftermath of the António Salazar dictatorship. The film is composed of still images, often mug shots and other official photographs of identifica more »
  • IU CINEMA: Hour of the Wolf
    September 28 7:00pm
    The strangest and most disturbing of the films Bergman shot on the island of Fårö, Hour of the Wolf stars Max von Sydow as a haunted painter living in voluntary exile with his wife (Liv Ullmann). When the couple are invited to a nearby castle for dinner, things start to go wrong with a vengeance as a coven of sinister aristo more »
  • Connections Fall Ballet
    September 28 7:30pm
    An eclectic collection of sure-to-inspire works. Carousel (A Dance) • Christopher Wheeldon Tony Award-winner (Broadway’s An American in Paris) Wheeldon choreographs this work to the music of Richard Rodger’s iconic musical—a dance that includes a love duet that is “one of the finest in contemporary balle more »
Sunday, September 23, 2018