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After the Storm

March 31 @ 7:30 PM - April 9 @ 5:15 PM

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March 31 – April 9  Scroll down for times and locations

A once-promising novelist, Ryota now works as a private detective while he researches a nonexistent second novel. He struggles to take back control of his life and wants to get to know his young son better, yet he is not above extorting money from the targets he is sent to spy on. And then on a stormy summer night Ryoto is offered a chance at redemption. Filmmaker Hirodazu Kore-eda has been a festival favorite since his 1998 film, After Life.

Japan / 117 minutes

If civilization were to end tomorrow — and who the hell knows, it just might — we could learn a lot about building the next one from the films of Hirokazu Kore-eda. His name should be shouted from rooftops and his films made required viewing.  I walked out of After the Storm wanting to be a better person — and further convinced that Hirokazu Kore-eda isn’t just one of the world’s best filmmakers, but one of its most indispensable artists. -The Village Voice

Individual Tickets: $5 ♦ Semester Passes $30 

WHERE ARE FILMS SHOWN?  ♦  WHERE CAN I PARK?

Fri and Sat, March 31 and April 1
I Am Not Your Negro 6:45 @ IU Fine Arts Upstairs
After The Storm 7:30 @ IU Woodburn Hall Theater
Things to Come 8:30 @ IU Fine Arts Upstairs

Sun, April 2
I Am Not Your Negro 5:30 @ Bear’s Place
Things to Come 7:30 @ Bear’s Place

Fri and Sat, April 7 and 8
I Am Not Your Negro 6:45 @ IU Fine Arts Upstairs
After The Storm 7:30 @ IU Woodburn Hall Theater
Things to Come 8:30 @ IU Fine Arts Upstairs

Sun, April 9
After The Storm 5:15 @ Bear’s Place
I Am Not Your Negro 8pm @ Bear’s Place

Details

Start:
March 31 @ 7:30 PM
End:
April 9 @ 5:15 PM