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Frustratingly, most of the film events at each of the colleges do not make it onto the five college calendar!  Worse still, most of the films are not even on the individual colleges website -- either only on the departmental website or not online at all.  It's a shame because there are so many wonderful film events playing to too many empty seats, while there are so many people in the Valley who would attend if they only knew about it.

As a workaround, I have copied events from the other colleges further down on this page.

For the 5 college calendar, click on the links below for Year, Month, Week or Day.
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Then choose film/video, pick your timeframe, and click on go.  The fields are pictured here:






UMass Amherst Calendar:

Italian Cinema: Gomorra
Based on the novel by Roberto Saviano, Gomorra follows five separate stories through the slums and streets in the provinces near Naples.
Film: New Year Baby
New Year Baby is a documentary about a Cambodian woman's life during and after the Cambodian genocide.
Spanish Cinema: Todos estamos invitados
Spanish Cinema presents Todos estamos invitados, directed by Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón in 2008.
Bastards of Utopia: Experiments in Politics, Fieldwork and Documentary
Anthropologist and filmmaker Maple Razsa will present his work-in-progress Bastards of Utopia.
4th Annual UMass Film Festival
This film festival is designed to celebrate film production and, most importantly, student filmmakers.
Three Songs About Motherland and A Taste of Freedom
Two films by director Marina Goldovskaya will be shown: Three Songs About Motherland and A Taste of Freedom.
Hip Hop Culture Weekend
Hip Hop Culture Weekend features a breakdancing workshop, a free movie night, a hip hop showcase, and a record sale.


Something else:

UMass Independent Film Production Club:

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=30967142179

 

 Mount Holyoke College Film Events

4/6/2009Fourth Annual Arabic Film Festival Cleveland Hall, L-3Arts & Entertainment
4/7/2009Fourth Annual Arabic Film Festival Cleveland Hall, L-3Arts & Entertainment
4/7/2009Women and the "Heroism of Everyday Life," a Film by Ousmane SembeneGamble Auditorium AOn Multiple Calendars
4/8/2009Fourth Annual Arabic Film Festival Kendade Hall, Room 305 Arts & Entertainment
4/9/2009Fourth Annual Arabic Film Festival Cleveland Hall, L-3Arts & Entertainment
4/10/2009Fourth Annual Arabic Film Festival Cleveland Hall, L-1Arts & Entertainment
4/14/2009Russian and Eurasian Studies Department presents "Captive"Skinner Hall, Room 216 Arts & Entertainment
4/14/2009German Filmfest Spring 2009 presents "Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum"Ciruti Center, Room 09 Arts & Entertainment

Smith College

Film Screening for SWG 323
2009-AAEMKX Apr-20-2009 07:00 PM Study of Women and Gender
Film Studies Committee Meeting
2009-AAEMSM Completed Film Studies
Film Studies Committee Meeting
2009-AAENRQ Apr-27-2009 12:10 PM Film Studies
Film Screening
2009-AAEOHC Apr-07-2009 07:00 PM American Studies
Film Screening--AAS
2009-AAEOYK Completed Afro-American Studies


Hampshire College, Amherst College, and Amherst Cinema present a screening of the movie Sleep Dealer (2008), written and directed by Alex Rivera 91F.  A discussion with Alex about the film and immigrant rights will follow the screening.

Wednesday, April 29

7 p.m. Screening

Amherst Cinema

28 Amity Street

Sleep Dealer won the screenwriting award at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival as well as the festival’s Alfred P. Sloan Prize for the best film dealing with science or technology. The film envisions a future in which would-be immigrants remain south of the border and use network-connected robots to beam in their services. Rated PG-13; 90 minutes.

Visit http://www.sleepdealer.com for more information about the film.

Hampshire College: only one film event listed:

4/29 CS WEDNESDAY TALK-Screening of The Linguists


5- College Film Festival-- TBD 2010