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Foreign film, lecture series discusses relationships

The 18th Annual Foreign Film and Lecture Series will focus on Marriage in the Movies: Cinematic Views from around the world.

The lecture and movie schedule is below. All lectures and showings will take place in Cue 202 at 7 p.m. All shows are open to the campus and the community, free of charge.
 
Jan. 15, El hijo de la novia /Son of the Bride  (Juan José Campanella, Argentina, 2001) In Spanish with English subtitles.  Presented by Ana María Rodriguez-Vivaldi, Department of Foreign Languages &  Cultures.
 
Jan.  22, Muriel’s Wedding (P.J. Hogan, Australia, 1994) In English.
 Presented by Rachel Halverson, Department of Foreign Languages & Cultures.
 
Jan. 29, Te doy mis ojos/Take My Eyes (Icíar Bollaín, Spain, 2003) In Spanish with English subtitles. Presented by Vilma Navarro-Daniels, Department of Foreign Languages &  Cultures.
 
Feb. 5,  Kinamand/Chinaman (Henrik Ruben Genz, Denmark, 2005) In Danish with English subtitles.  Presented by Birgitta Ingemanson, Department of Foreign Languages &  Cultures.
 
Feb. 12, Charulata/The Lonely Wife (Satyajit Ray, India, 1964) In Bengali with English subtitles. Presented by Paul Brians, Department of English.
 
Feb. 19,  Xi yan/The Wedding Banquet (Ang Lee, Taiwan/ USA, 1993) In Chinese and English.  Presented by Manling Luo, Department of Foreign Languages & Cultures.
 
Feb. 26,  Matrimonio all’italiana/Marriage Italian-Style  (Vittorio De Sica, Italy, 1964) In Italian with English Subtitles. Presented by Sere Previto, Department of Foreign Languages & Cultures.

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