IFF//International Film Festival//Spring 2017
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Friday, February 24: Opening double feature. Hasley Hall 101
at 6:30 pm: Yellow Submarine,,
Directed by George Dunning (United Kingdom, 1968) running time: 90 min.
Presented by Rex Meanie, Department of Hallucinogenic Studies
at 8:15:
Le Tableau (The Painting)
Directed by Jean-François Laguionie (France, 2011) running time: 76 min.
Presented by Pierre Etienne, Department of Modern Languages

Friday, March 10:  Double feature: Japanese masterpieces. Hasley 101
at 6:00 pm
:  Hotaru no haka 火垂るの(Grave of the Fireflies)
Directed by Takahata Isao (Japan, 1988) running time: 89 min.
Presented by Jeff Baker
, MEA Department/Animation
at 8:00 pm:
Mononoke hime もののけ姫 (Princess Mononoke)
Directed by Miyazaki Hayao
(Japan, 1997) running time: 134 min.
Presented by Jeff Baker, MEA Department/Animation

Friday, March 24:, The Little Prince (Le Petit Prince)
Directed by Mark Osborne
(France, 2016) running time: 108 min.
Presented by Marc Ratner, cartoonist and animator, CalArts and COC
Hasley 101 at 7:00 pm
Friday, April 14: Avril et le monde truqué (April and the Extraordinary World)
Directed by Christian Desmares and Franck Ekinci (France, 2015) running time: 105 min.
Presented by Brent Riffel, History Department
Hasley 101 at 7:00 pm
Friday, April 28:  Double feature: Africa and the Caribbean. Hasley 101
at 6:00 pm
:  Chico & Rita
Directed by Tono Errando, Fernando Trueba and Javier Mariscal (Spain, 2010) running time: 94 min. Presented by Stephen Branch, History Department
at 8:00 pm:
Kirikou et la sorcière (Kirikou and the Sorceress)
Directed by Michel Ocelot and Raymond Burlet (France, 1998) running time: 74 min.
Presented by Pierre Etienne, Department of Modern Languages
Friday, May 12: Persepolis
Directed by Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud (France/USA, 2007) running time: 96 min. Presented by Michael McMahan, Philosophy Department
Hasley Hall 101 at 7:00 pm
 Friday, May 26:  Double feature: Brazil and North Africa. Hasley 101
at 6:30 pm
:  O Menino e o Mundo (The Boy and the World)
Directed by Directed by Alê Abreu (Brazil, 2013) running time: 80 min.
Presented by João Junqueira, Department of Modern Languages
at 8:15 pm: Le Chat du Rabbin (The Rabbi’s Cat)
Directed by Antoine Delesvaux et Joann Sfar (France, 2011) running time: 100 min.
Presented by the late Professor Erwin Corey, World’s Foremost Authority