• IU CINEMA: Global Uprisings Short Films Night Two
    October 06 7:00pm
    After the new Egyptian State violently suppressed the revolutionary movement that brought down the former regime and American police forces evicted Occupy camps across the country, it seemed to many this wave of unprecedented international unrest was an anomaly finally coming to an end. Few expected 2013–14 would give rise to massive, lead more »
  • Sensing Taiwan: Contemporary Film Festival: God Man Dog (Singing Chen, 2007)
    October 06 7:00pm
    Join us for this exciting series of four contemporary films by Taiwanese directors. Cosponsored by the East Asian Studies Center and Ministry of Culture, ROC (Taiwan). more »
  • IU Cinema Jorgensen Lecture: John Zorn
    October 07 3:00pm
    John Zorn is an experimental music composer and Jewish cultural advocate. With roots in the downtown music scene in 1970s NYC, Zorn’s eclectic sonic output has continuously pushed against the boundaries of musical genre. Moreover, Zorn has long been an advocate for what he calls “Radical Jewish Culture,” and his music label, Tz more »
  • An Evening with Dave Eggers
    October 07 7:30pm
    Dave Eggers is the author of 10 books, which include memoirs, novels and nonfiction investigative works. His first novel, A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius, reached No. 1 on The New York Times best-seller list and was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Eggers is as well known for his social activism as for his writing, publishing a more »
  • IU CINEMA: 8mm Derek Jarman Short Films featuring Cyclobe
    October 08 7:00pm
    In 2013, British soundscape duo Cyclobe composed a phantasmagorical score for three rare Derek Jarman Super 8 films, Tarot (1975, 16 min.),Garden of Luxor (1972–73, 8 min.), and Sulphur (1973, 7 min.). The films explore themes of mythology, the occult, exoticism, and queer sexuality through imagery of magic rituals more »
Tuesday, October 6, 2015