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Films of the Revolution / Revolutionary Films: I am Cuba / Soy Kuba / Ia Kuba

Event Type
Other
Sponsor
Russian, East European, and Eurasian Center; Center for Advanced Study; Center for African Studies; Center for Global Studies; Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Center for South Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; College of Fine and Applied Arts; College of Liberal Arts and Sciences; Comparative and World Literatures; Department of French and Italian; Department of History; Department of Slavic Languages and Literatures; Illinois International Programs; Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities; International and Area Studies Library; Krannert Art Museum; The Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies; MillerComm; School of Art + Design; School of Literatures, Cultures, and Linguistics; School of Music; Unit for Criticism and Interpretive Theory; University Library; Women's Resource Center
Location
Art Theater (126 W Church St., Champaign)
Date
Nov 7, 2017   7:30 pm  
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Originating Calendar
Illinois Program for Research in the Humanities (IPRH)

Part of the "Ten Days That Shook the World / Ten Days That Shake the Campus” event series, Curated by Lilya Kaganovsky (Slavic Languages and Literatures / Comparative & World Literature). 

 

September 14: Opening Night Screening, Spurlock Auditorium (600 S Gregory St, Urbana)
Film: Battleship Potemkin / Bronenosets Potemkin (dir. Eisenstein, USSR, 1925) 

 

September 29: Film Screening, 101 Armory (505 E Armory Ave., Champaign)
Film: The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty / Padenie dinastii Romanovykh (dir. Shub, USSR, 1927) 

 

October 20: Film Screening, 101 Armory  (505 E Armory Ave., Champaign)
Film: The Commissar / Komissar (dir. Askoldov, USSR, 1967) 

 

November 7: Final Screening, Art Theater (126 W Church St., Champaign)
Film: I am Cuba / Soy Kuba / Ia Kuba (dir. Kolotozov, Cuba-USSR, 1964)  

 

Drawn from the classic Soviet repertoire, the films above will be screened over the course of a month and a half, with an introduction and post-film discussion to accompany each one.

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