Friday, January 19, 2007

Centenary Film Society announces series

It's hard to beat the selection of art house films for the new series by the Centenary Film Society.

Click on the film titles below to go to randomly selected, well-written reviews by the nation's top critics.

The series has been rockin' for 23 years, according to founder Jefferson Hendricks.

Screenings are free. And the sound in Mickel Hall has been upgraded.

Where: Mickel Hall's Carlile Auditorium (room 114) at Centenary College.
Times: all screenings begin at 7 p.m.
Cost: free.
Info: For more information, call (318) 869-5254 or log on to

Jan. 23 and Jan. 25: “Kekexili: Mountain Patrol” (China, 2004).

Jan 30 and Feb 1: “Jesus Camp” (USA, 2006).

Feb 6 and 8: “Children of Heaven” (Iran, 1997).

Feb 13 and 15: “The Science of Sleep” (France, 2006).

Feb 27 and Mar 1: “Babel” (Mexico/USA, 2006).

Mar 6 and 8: “The U.S. vs. John Lennon” (USA, 2006).

Mar 13 and 15: “13 Tzameti” (France, 2006).

Mar 20 and 22: “Only Human” (Spain, 2004).

Mar 27 and 29: “Ushpizin” (Israel, 2004).

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