Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Film series begins tonight at Centenary

The Centenary Film Society of Centenary College will showcase an array of films from around the globe for its spring series.

The series begins tonight with a 7 p.m. screening of “Paris, je t’aime,” a collection of short films by 18 directors. Each short deals differently with the theme of love.

For 24 years, the society has been presenting films freely to students and the public.

All screenings begin at 7 p.m. in room 304 of Jackson Hall on Centenary’s campus.

For more information, call Centenary’s English department at (318) 869-5254 or email Leo Kacenjar at lkacenja@centenary.edu.

Jan. 29 and Jan. 31: "Paris, je t’aime" (France, 2006, in French with subtitles, 116 minutes).

Feb. 12 and Feb. 14: “10 Questions for the Dali Lama” (U.S., 2006, 85 minutes).

Feb. 19 and Feb. 21: “Talk to Me” (U.S., 2007, 118 minutes).

Feb. 26 and Feb. 28: “Vitus” (Switzerland, 2006, in German with subtitles, 123 minutes).

March 4 and March 6: “Rocket Science” (U.S., 2007, 101 minutes).

March 11 and March 13: “Terror’s Advocate” (France, 2007, in French with subtitles, 135 minutes).

March 25 and March 27: “The Perfect Crime” (Spain, 2004, in Spanish with subtitles, 105 minutes).

April 1 and April 3: “Fur” (U.S., 2006, 122 minutes).

April 8 and April 10: “Lust, Caution” (China, 2007, in Mandarin with subtitles, 148 minutes).

April 15 and April 17: “The Golden Door” (Italy, 2006, in Italian with subtitles, 118 minutes).

PHOTO: Don Cheadle star as Petey in Focus Features' Talk to Me. Photo Credit: Michael Gibson/ Focus Features.

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