Please join us for the NYU School of Professional Studies CALA Spring 2017 Foreign Film Series: A View from a Broad
In our increasingly fractured world, multiple perspectives are more important than ever, and women’s views of our existence must reach more screens. CALA’s spring film series features the works of six international female filmmakers, ranging from Iciar Bollain’s Flores De Otro Mundo (Flowers from Another World, 1999), about three single women searching for love in the patriarchal society of rural Spain to Huang Shuqin’s Woman Demon Human (1987) about a young actress in China who, as she becomes more famous, demands to play traditional “male” roles. The series also includes Margareth von Trotta’s Hannah Arendt (2012), a portrait of the political theorist and influential thinker during her controversial coverage of Nazi officer Adolf Eichmann’s war crimes trial at Nuremberg for The New Yorker. Pam Katz, who wrote the screenplay, will present the film. All of the films are introduced by NYU faculty and are shown at various venues, including NYU Casa Italiana Zerilli-Marimò and Scandinavia House. All film screenings are free and open to the public (RSVP required). PLEASE NOTE : Each RSVP is for 1 person and if you intend on bringing guest, each guest must RSVP for herself/himself. For any questions or changes in reservations, please contact Afua Preston at (212) 998-7061 or
. You will receive an email reminder one week before the screening.
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