Events 10/8-10/14

Posted: October 8, 2012 by ryanburdick4400 in Events
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IMPORTANT NOTE: There will be NO EVENTS POST for 10/15-10/21 due to Fall Break.

Featured Event

  • Agnieszka Holland Lecture
  1. Tues. 10/9, 4pm,  Angel Aud A, FREE!
  2. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – Agnieszka Holland, director and screenwriter, will sit down with Daniel Herbert,U-M assistant professor of Screen Arts and Cultures, for a discussion about her films and her career. Following the formal program, the audience—including students from Prof. Herbert’s course, “Film History 1960-Present”—will be invited to participate in an open question and answer session.

    Weekly Events

Tues. 10/9

  1. 7-9pm, Shapiro, Rm. 2160, FREE!
  2. This film is part of a thematic series of events leading up to the October 31-November 2, 2012 conference, “A New Insurgency: The Port Huron Statement in Its Time and Ours.” It is free and open to the public.
  1. 7pm, Museum of Art, Helmut Stern Auditorium, FREE!
  2. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the explosive debut of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring, UMS will screen a mash-up of different versions of the Rite of Spring from different choreographers. This program is part of the UMS on Film series designed to expand understanding of the artists and cultures represented on the UMS season and reveal something of the emotions and ideas behind the creative process.

Wed. 10/10

  1. 5:30pm-7:30pm, Trotter Multicultural Center, 1st Floor Lounge, RSVP required.
  2. Interfaith Action would like to invite you to our first film and dinner dialogue! We will be showing the brief film “Article of Faith” and will be serving vegetarian food from Earthen Jar (with vegan and gluten-free options). We will follow the film and dinner with a dialogue. All students and community members are welcome at this event.
  3. Please RSVP to interfaithaction@umich.edu or via the Facebook event page.
  1. 7PM, Michigan Theater, FREE!
  2. Polish with English subtitles (144 min., 2011) Based on the true story of a sewer worker in Lvov, a Nazi-occupied city in Poland, who hides a group of Jews in the labyrinth of the town’s sewers. What starts out as a cynical business arrangement turns into something very unexpected, an unlikely alliance and an awakening of conscience. This is an extraordinary story of survival as these men, women, and children try to outwit certain death during 14 months of ever-increasing danger.

Fri. 10/12

  1. 7-9pm, Natural Science Bld, Natural Science Aud, FREE!
  2. I FLUNKED, BUT… (Rakudai wa shitakeredo) A group of students prepare for “exam hell.” While not studying or plotting to cheat, they spend their time at a near by café to flirt with Sayoko, a pretty waitress who has feelings for one of the students, Takahashi. Takahashi attempts to cheat on the exam, but fails thanks to some funny business around a shirt and a launderette. His roommates pass and graduate from college, but unable to find jobs, they wish they were back in school. (65 min, 35 mm, 1930)

Sat. 10/13

  • Midnight Screening: Friday the 13th
  1. 11:59pm, State Theater, $7.
  2. One of the longest-running horror film series began with this gory shocker from director Sean S. Cunningham, who had previously produced Wes Craven‘s classic Last House on the Left.

Upcoming Events

Rocky Horror Picture Show: Fri. Oct. 26th, 11:59PM

$10 due by 10/14 @ 9pm!

SAC Concentration Mixer: Fri. Nov. 2nd, 12:00PM-3PM, Sharred Studio of N. Quad (Rm. 1440)

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