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Events for New Media
To Wed, Dec 16, 2015
We are delighted to have Daniel MacIvor speak in the next Crossing Boundaries Series. He is a celebrated playwright, opera librettist, and Artistic Director of reWork.
Richie Wilcox and celebrated prolific Canadian theatre artist Daniel MacIvor engage in a casual conversation about his career, the theatre industry, and the art of theatre creation.
A group of enterprising engineers accidentally invent time-travel. Mayhem (in multiple versions of reality) ensues. Won the 2004 Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.
Former death-squad leaders are invited to recreate their murders–in a variety of movie genres–in this astonishing documentary about the Indonesian massacres of 1965-66. Winner of 2014 BAFTA Award (Best Documentary...
In a crowded Hong Kong apartment complex, a newspaper editor and a secretary form a friendship while suspecting their respective spouses of having an affair. Winner of Technical Grand Prize at 2000 Cannes Film...
The mysterious, new girl across the street helps a fiery single mother care for her violent and troubled teenaged son. Winner of the 2014 César and Jutra Awards, and the Jury Prize at Cannes.
In Belfast during the Troubles, a British soldier accidentally left behind by his unit struggles to survive the night in hostile territory. Winner of the Best Director Award at the 2014 British Independent Film...
Celebrate the acclaimed cartoons of the Golden Age of American Animation from the studio that brought you Betty Boop, Popeye, and the extraordinary Superman animated serial.
As France is overtaken by WWI, a sewer worker and a prostitute pretend to marry–only to find themselves gradually falling in love. Winner of 1st Academy Awards for Best Directing, Adapted Screenplay, and Actress....
Wolf gods, demon boars, and warring clans clash in this exquisitely animated ecological fable. Winner of the 1998 Japanese Academy Award for Best Film.
After being abruptly laid off from his office job, a father tries to hide his lack of employment from his deteriorating family. Won Un Certain Regard Jury Prize at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival.
The managing director of an auction house is drawn by a reclusive young heiress into games of intrigue and deceit. Winner of 5 David di Donatello Awards in 2013, including Best Film.