Underground Film Series At The IU Cinema
Next showing January 27th at 6:30 pm and continuing all semester.
Explore the artistic and subversive possibilities of film through the unique vision of noncommercial filmmakers. From short films to documentaries and full-length features, the Indiana University Cinema brings you the work of classic and contemporary artists.
Episode 69 – Discussing The Underground Film Series
On this week’s episode we’re talking to Communication and Culture grad students Mark Benedetti and Natasha Ritsma about the Underground Film Series, which they helped to program. There’s a really interesting lineup this semester and you’ll have a chance to see it all.
We start out with What Have You Seen Lately. Jason is revisiting some older movies, and Andy is covering Ides of March. We both completely spaced on George Clooney’s directing career, but we saved it a few minutes later.
Then we talk about the Underground Film Series. The series, sponsored by the Communication and Culture department, focuses on experimental and sometimes controversial film. There are short films, features, animation, and films included as part of the National Film Registry. One of the screenings has already occurred, but the rest are still coming up.
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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:
Booze And Yous
Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Curious Case Of Benjamin Button
Good Night And Good Luck
Ides Of March
Man On A Ledge
Once Upon A Time In America
Once Upon A Time In Anatolia
Once Upon A Time in The West
One For The Money
The Wicker Man
The Wicker Tree
Tree Of Life
Water And Power
You And Everyone I Know