Sunday, May 4 ♦ 5pm ♦ IU Fine Arts Theater Sunday, May 5 ♦ 4:15 ♦ Buskirk-Chumley Theater
As a young woman, Colette was locked in her room by her husband and ordered to ghostwrite a novel that would be published under his name. Colette, the film, is the story of how she reclaimed the authorship of her work — and her life. Keira Knightley stars as the woman who electrified Paris in the 1920s and revolutionized literature, fashion and sexual expression.
England |111 min |
This screening is part of HEROES, ICONS, DISRUPTERS: Women Who Made a Difference on Sunday May 5th at the Burkirk-Chumley Theater. The day-long program begins with Peggy Guggeheim: Art Addict at 2pm, followed by Colette (4:15) and concludes with Ask Dr. Ruth (7pm).. Tickets for individual films are $10 in adv; an All-Day Pass is $15 in adv.
Friday May 3
Ask Dr Ruth – 8pm IU Fine Arts Theater
Saturday, May 4
Colette – 5pm – IU Fine Arts Theater
Ask Dr Ruth – 7:30 IU Fine Arts Theater
Sunday, May 5 at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater
Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict – 2pm
Colette – 4:15
Ask Dr. Ruth – 7pm
Sunday, May 5 at Bear’s Place
The Heiresses – 4:30
Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict – 7pm