IFF//International Film Festival//Fall 2017
On Being Human
Friday, September 22: An homage to the sublime Jeanne Moreau
at 6:30 pm in Hasley Hall 101:
Les Amants (The Lovers),,
Directed by Louis Malle (France, 1958) running time: 90 min.
Presented by the ghost of Potter Stewart, United States Supreme Court
at 8:15 in Hasley Hall 101:
Jules et Jim
Directed by François Truffaut (France,1962) running time: 105 min.
Presented by Pierre Etienne, Department of Modern Languages

Friday, October 6:  Cidade de Deus (City of God)
Directed by Fernando Meirelles (Brazil, 2002) running time: 130 min.
Presented by João Junqueira, Department of Modern Languages
Hasley Hall 101 at 7:00 pm

Friday, October 20:, Såsom i en spegel (Through a Glass Darkly)
Directed by Ingmar Bergman (Sweden, 1961) running time: 89 min.
Presented by Michael McMahan, Philosophy Department
Hasley Hall 101 at 7:00 pm
Friday, November 3: L’avenir (Things to Come)
Directed by Mia Hansen-Løve (France/Germany, 2016) running time: 102 min.
Presented by Mark Daybell, Graphic and Multimedia Design Department
Hasley Hall 101 at 7:00 pm
Friday, November 17:  Babettes gæstebud (Le Festin de Babette /Babette’s Feast)
Directed by Gabriel Axel (Denmark, 1987) running time: 102 minutes

Presented by Alexa Dimakos (English Dept.) and Hervé Guillard (Culinary Studies)
Hasley Hall 101 at 7:00 pm

Friday, December 8:  La Grande Bellezza (The Great Beauty)
Directed by Paolo Sorrentino (Italy, 2013) running time: 141 min.
Presented by Brent Riffel, History Department. Hasley Hall 101