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A Place For Film - Discussing The Spring 2012 Schedule

Owen Wilson and Rachel McAdams in Midnight in Paris

Episode 64 - Discussing The Spring 2012 Schedule

On this week's episode, we've got Jon Vickers, the Director of the IU Cinema on the show to tell us all about the Spring schedule. There's a lot of great stuff on the schedule and Jon will give us all the info we need.

We start out with What Have You Seen Lately, and Jason has ended his embargo, throwing in a documentary he found fascinating called Marwencol and the New York Times documentary Page One. Andy is overloading again talking about Melancholia and Midnight in Paris among others.

We then discuss the schedule. I haven't listed all the films on the schedule below, but visit the Cinema's website to see the complete January schedule, with the February schedule listed soon.

Tickets for January are available now. Most shows are still free for all, but some screening are now $3 for non-students. Students still get all shows except for International Art House Series films for free. Check the Cinema web site for details on which shows will require a fee for non-students.

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Movies Mentioned In This Episode:

A Bug's Life

Adventures of Tintin

All Good Things

Arthur Christmas

Citizen Kane




Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Hidden Fortress


In the Land of Blood and Honey

Night Train To Terror

Not Quite Hollywood

Last Days Of Disco


Match Point


Midnight in Paris

Once Upon A Time In Anatolia

Page One


Seven Samurai



Star Wars

The Cat's Meow

Three Cases of Murder

Throne Of Blood

We Bought A Zoo

White Reindeer

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