Modern Languages Film Series: Spring 2019 "Childhood in Cinema"

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A new semester of six international films representing childhood, from the hilarious to the poignant. Each film is presented once by the host who selected it.

All films subtitled in English, screenings start at 4:30 p.m.

Check the Upcoming Events section to learn more!

The Class
January 10 (D634)
January 16 (C610) Hosted by Robert LeBlanc & Jeffrey MacCormack, Faculty of Education

Nobody Knows
January 24 (D634) Hosted by Dr. Gideon Fujiwara, Department of History, Asian Studies Coordinator.
January 30 (C610)

Los Colores de la Montana (The Colours of the Mountain)
February 7 (D634) Hosted by Dr. Luz Janeth Ospina, Modern Languages & Linguistics
February 13 (C610)

February 28 (D634)
March 6 (C610) Hosted by Dr. Kristine Alexander, Institute for Child and Youth Studies

Min Dît: the Children of Diyarbakir (Before Your Eyes)
March 14 (D634) Hosted by Victoria Holec, Institute for Child and Youth Studies
March 20 (C610)

Au Revoir, les enfants (Goodbye, Children)
March 28 (D634)
April 3 (C610)


Beth Gerwin | | 403-332-4572

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