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Film Director Abbas Kiarostami answers interview questions about his recent work in film making during the "Abbas Kiarostami in Indiana" event Monday at the IU Cinema.

Iranian filmmaker speaks at IU Cinema

Legendary Iranian filmmaker Abbas Kiarostami spoke about his life and work Monday at IU Cinema as part of the Jorgensen Guest Filmmaker Lecture Series.



IU Cinema to show short films for disability awareness

In recognition of Disability Awareness Month, IU Cinema teamed up with Stone Belt Arc and the Sprout Film Festival for the Sprout Shorts Program, a short film program relating to the field of developmental disabilities. The free event will take place at 7 p.m. tonight at IU Cinema.


Playing author Truman Capote in biographical film "Capote," Philip Seymour Hoffman's work in the 2006 film earned him an Academy Award.

IU Cinema remembers Hoffman

On Tuesday, IU paid tribute to Hoffman in its own way with a 24-hour film tribute at the IU Cinema, featuring a collection of films in which he starred.



Glenn Close introduces ‘The Big Chill’ at IU Cinema

Actress Glenn Close made an appearance at IU Cinema Monday night to introduce her 1983 movie “The Big Chill,” which screened as part of the film series for the College of Arts and Sciences’ Themester 2013, “Connectedness: Networks in a Complex World.”


Swanberg comes to IU Cinema

Director Joe Swanberg talked to the IDS about his career, including his fascination with craft beer and how his movies act as snapshots of his life.



Cinema to play mockumentary

“CSA: The Confederate States of America,” a 2004 comedy mockumentary focused on one question — “What if the South won?” — will screen at 7 p.m.  at the IU Cinema.


‘Stalingrad’ to play at IU Cinema

The IU Cinema will screen “Stalingrad,” a 1993 war drama illuminating the gruesome and death-ridden World War II Battle of Stalingrad.

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