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Othello (1952) w/intro by Prof. Barbara Correll (English)

Othello (1952) w/intro by Prof. Barbara Correll... 10/22/2014 7:15pm

Film / Cornell Cinema

Restored Film! You've never seen cinematic Shakespeare until you've seen it performed by Orson Welles. This story of a general betrayed by his self-serving...

Ida (2013)

Ida (2013) 10/23/2014 7:00pm

Film / Cornell Cinema

On the verge of taking her vows of nunhood, Anna, an orphan in 1960's Poland, discovers a family secret tracing back to the country's years of Nazi...

Apocalypse Now Redux (2001)

Apocalypse Now Redux (2001) 10/23/2014 8:45pm

Film / Cornell Cinema

Part of the Sesquicentennial event -- Vietnam: The War at Cornell. The Redux version of Coppola's Vietnam epic not only added 49 minutes of footage,...

Jodie Mack: Let Your Light Shine (Live Performance by Jodie Mack, filmmaker)

Jodie Mack: Let Your Light Shine (Live... 10/24/2014 7:15pm

Film, Performance, Special Event / Cornell Cinema

The highlight of this program of shorts is Mack singing live with Dusty Stacks of Mom (2013, 41 mins), an animated rock opera paying affectionate tribute to...

20,000 Days on Earth (2014)

20,000 Days on Earth (2014) 10/24/2014 9:45pm

Film / Cornell Cinema

Ithaca Premiere! Blending fact and fiction, 20,000 Days on Earth chronicles 24 hours in the life of musician Nick Cave. “Longtime Cave-men (and women) will...

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Zhan Yu

Zhan Yu left a positive review 10/29/2013

VERY POWERFUL movie. Touching - not only me, but the lives of thousands of girls who need our help to stay in school and get the education that can change their lives and the economies of their countries.

Thomas Young

Thomas Young left a positive review 9/25/2012

Very interesting film, if only for the use of various spoken and written languages.

Sijie Liu

Sijie Liu left a positive review 11/29/2011

great speaker

Leaf Turner

Leaf Turner left a positive review 11/2/2011

This film covers the life of a family affected by the US bombing of Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. It demonstrates how its aftermath affects the lives, both physically and psychologically, of at least a couple of generations later. The story is itself simple and very poignant. Although the justifications given for the bombing are never even suggested, the significance of unintended consequences is made starkly clear.

Ukemeabasi Esiet

Ukemeabasi Esiet left a positive review 7/28/2011

Really funny!

Ukemeabasi Esiet

Ukemeabasi Esiet left a positive review 7/25/2011

Pure film!

Ukemeabasi Esiet

Ukemeabasi Esiet left a positive review 7/17/2011

A weird movie. The acting was great. Liz Taylor was stunning and Katherine Hepburn was very creepy.

James Mason

James Mason left a positive review 6/24/2011

I enjoyed it... Very clever alternate universe version of Roman Polanski's Chinatown

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