A Place For Film – Discussing The City Lights Series

On this week's episode, we invite the programmers of the City Lights series, James Paasche and Landon Palmer to the studio to discuss the series.

Marius Goring in The Red Shoes.

Photo: Copyright 1948 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer

Marius Goring in The Red Shoes, part of the City Lights Series.

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City Lights Series

Starting January 21st at 3pm, and continuing all semester.


Indiana University Cinema

Explore the development of cinema through key 20th century masterworks. The series is co-sponsored by Indiana University’s Department of Communication and Culture. All films are programmed from the title list in the David Bradley collection, held by the Lilly Library. 35mm prints were substituted where noted.

Free Tickets are available at the IU Auditorium or IU Cinema

City Lights Series at the IU Cinema

Episode 68 – Discussing The Spring 2012 City Lights Series

On this week’s episode we’re talking about the Spring 2012 City Lights Series with programmers and Communication and Culture grad students James Paasche and Landon Palmer. They tell us all about the films, and their reasoning behind their selections.

Then we go into What Have You Seen Lately. Everyone at the table saw Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol, but one of us had some issues. Find out who it was and what they didn’t like, and who agreed with him. We’ve got lots of other films to talk about as well.

Then we get into the City Lights Series. We discuss all of the films included and why they chose each individual film. Get a look behind the series in this episode.

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:

Altered States
Being Elmo
Black Power Mixtape – 1967-1975
Black Swan
Breaker Morant
Chimes At Midnight
Cocaine Cowboys
David Holtzman’s Diary
Domino
GI Joe: Retaliation
Goodfellas
Haywire
Holiday
Last Wave
Liquid Sky
Lock-out (Guy Pearce movie mentioned at 34 minutes)
Long Weekend
Mad Max
Making The Boys
Man On Fire
Midnight In Paris
Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Monkey Business
My Man Godfrey
Newsfront
Pather Panchali
Picnic At Hanging Rock
Philadelphia Story
Prince Of The City
Red Tails
Seconds
Sherlock Jr.
Stella Dallas
Sunshine
The Boys In The Band
The Dreamers
The Great Dictator
The Kid
The Muppets
The Red Shoes
These Amazing Shadows
Underworld: Awakening
Walkabout
Young Frankenstein

Andy Hunsucker

Andy Hunsucker is the creator and co-host of A Place for Film - The IU Cinema podcast. Along with his co-host Jason Thompson, he produces a weekly podcast focusing on events at the IU Cinema, and film at Indiana University. He also designs posters and video animations for the Cinema on a volunteer basis.

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    Explore the development of cinema through key 20th century masterworks.

    The series is co-sponsored by Indiana University’s Department of
    Communication and Culture. All films are programmed from the title list
    in the David Bradley collection, held by the Lilly Library. 35mm prints
    were substituted where noted. Thanks to James Paasche and Landon Palmer
    for curating the Spring 2012 City Lights program.

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