Our annual screening of the Oscar nominees for Best Short Animation, Live-Action and Documentary Film. Make your picks and see the winners announced when the Oscars® are awarded on February 24th.Find out more »
One of the most entertaining categories at the Academy Awards — and one of the least heralded — is for the Best Animated Short Subject.Find out more »
Like short stories, short films are sometimes overlooked. But they often display all of the scope, power, insight and resonance of feature length films. 109 minutes DETAINMENT / Ireland / 30 min Director: VINCENT LAMBE Synopsis: Two ten year-old boys are detained by police under suspicion of abducting and murdering a toddler. A true story based on interview transcripts from the James Bulger case which shocked the world in 1993 and continues to incite public outrage across the UK today.…Find out more »
We’ll host a special screening of all five nominees in both the short animation and live-action categories at the Buskirk-Chumley Theater on Sat, Feb 23rd. The BCT program will also include one-time screenings of Beauty and the Beast (1991 Academy Award Winner, Best Picture) & RBG: Ruth Bader Ginsburg (Academy Award Nominee, Best Documentary) Here’s a chance to see the films that critics are raving about and predict the Oscar-winners before the Academy Awards on February 24th. And don’t forget…Find out more »
You may know her accomplishments, but chances are you haven’t heard her story. U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg has created a breathtaking legal legacy for women’s rights while becoming an unexpected pop culture icon. RBG reveals the woman behind the memes.Find out more »
Academy Award Nominee: Best Foreign Language Film … An unconventional, loving family come across a five-year-old girl in the freezing cold. They take her in — and teach her the family trade. Shoplifters won the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival.Find out more »
Up for an ACADEMY AWARD for Best Documentary Feature, Hale County is an inspired and intimate portrait of a place and its people.Find out more »
The legendary Jean-Luc Godard adds to his influential, iconoclastic legacy with this provocative collage film essay, a vast ontological inquiry into the history of the moving image and a commentary on the contemporary world.Find out more »
A smart, Hitchcockian mystery/thriller about class conflict and sexual longing adapted from a short story by Haruki MurakamiFind out more »
Sunday March 3 4pm IU Fine Arts Theater Free Screening Nineteen thirty-eight was a fateful year for Waldo Salt. It was the year the young screenwriter saw his first screenplay, The Shopwarn Angel produced by Joe Mankiewicz, with a cast featuring James Stewart, Margaret Sullivan, and Walter Pidgeon. Salt became friends with Nathaniel West and F. Scott Fitzgerald, and worked on films with some of the period’s best known stars, including Robert Mitchum, William Holden. His career as a…Find out more »
There are 8,000 miles of roads and paths in New York City and for the past six years Matt Green has been walking them all – every street, park, cemetery, beach, and bridge.Find out more »
A thinking person’s thriller from Denmark. When a police officer is demoted to desk work, he expects a sleepy beat as an emergency dispatcher. The Guilty is shortlisted for a Best Foreign Film award.Find out more »
Perennial students Juan and Wilson are planning a daring coup. They intend to break into the National Museum of Anthropology in Mexico City and steal precious Mayan, Mixtec and Zapotec artifacts.Find out more »
A young, aspiring writer returns home from college to face bittersweet truths in the new film by Turkish filmmaker and former Cannes Film Festival winner Nuri Bilge Ceylan.Find out more »
Bernie Sanders inspired a generation — but who inspired him?
Most people in America don’t know that the contemporary political movement to address income inequality began over 100 years ago with Eugene Victor Debs.