The Montclair State University International Film Festival will be held from March 23 to April 20, 2000 (6:30-9 pm) in Brantl Lecture Hall, Dickson (Room 177). Each film screening will be introduced and moderated by a professor or other film professional knowledgeable about the film maker or the culture represented in the film. This person will serve as a moderator for the discussion following each movie. The Festival was designed in consultation with faculty, staff, and students from the Library, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and the Honors Program.
- Western (1997) Thursday March 23
Daniel Mengara, Department of French, German and Russian, MSU
- Trois Vies et une Seule Mort/Three Lives & Only One Death (1996)
Thursday March 30
Frederick Colier, Film Studies Program, MSU
-Qui Ju da Guan si/The Story of Qiu Ju (1992) Thursday April 6
John Kenneth Olenik, Department of History, MSU
-Tango (1998) Thursday April 13
Alicia Cipria, Department of Spanish and Italian, MSU
-The Silence (1998) Thursday April 20
Thomas Benediktsson, Department of English, MSU & Amy Srebnick, Department of History,MSU
All films are free and open to the public. The MSU campus is located at the intersection of Valley Road and Normal Ave. in Upper Montclair. Security will direct visitors to a Guest Parking area. For more information or directions please contact Elizabeth Emery at 973-655-4452 or Karen Venturella at 973-655-7153.
For film reviews, directions, and other information, see the Festival web site: www.montclair.edu/library/filmfestival.html
Sponsored by Sprague Library, The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and a grant from the Cultural Services of the French Embassy and the Cultural Ministry of France Program.