DaCosta won the Nora Ephron Award at the Tribeca Film Festival for the film, her debut.
The documentary takes a look at Montgomery Clift's life as a closeted gay celebrity.
IU alumnus Michael Uslan made the films hoping superhero movies would be taken seriously.
"Shoplifters" is a story about a poverty-stricken family relying on stealing to survive.
“Never-Ending Man: Hayao Miyazaki" will cover the filmmaker's retirement and subsequent work.
Filmmaker Alexandre O. Philippe will be present this week at the IU Cinema for multiple events.
“Eames: The Architect and the Painter” was shown at 1 p.m. Nov. 11 in the IU Cinema. A talk discussing the couple's work preceded the documentary.
Filmmaker Michael Schultz will be visiting IU’s campus this week to teach a workshop, screen films and participate in an interview.
Boots Riley, filmmaker and director of “Sorry to Bother You,” will visit the IU Cinema this Thursday and Friday.
“The Ghost Cat and the Mysterious Shamisen” will have its U.S. premiere here at IU on its 80th anniversary.
Tamer El Said will be at the IU Cinema on Friday for an on-stage interview.