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The New England Contemporary Italian Film Festival
The Italian Studies Program; The Film, Television and Interactive Media Program (FTIM); The Mandel Center for the Humanities at Brandeis University; and The Italian Consulate of Boston are happy to invite you to this event with 4 different films.
OPENING NIGHT FESTIVITIES ON OCTOBER 22
ALL ARE INVITED!!!
6:15 PM in Sachar 115: refreshments.
6:45 PM in Wasserman Cinematheque: Opening remarks by PAOLA SERVINO; ALICE KELIKIAN; CLAUDIO NAPOLI (Digital artist, Visual Effects Supervisor and Producer; Accademia del Cinema Italiano Premi David di Donatello: member and 2006 Best Visual Effects winner); and MASSIMO MASCOLO (Video-maker, Screenwriter and Producer; Accademia del Cinema Italiano Premi David di Donatello: member, archives consultant and ceremony organizer).
7:00 PM in Wasserman Cinematheque: the screening of our first film, La kryptonite nella borsa.
Oct 27 at 7 PM
Nov 4 at at 7 PM
Nov 18 at 7 PM
Italian students on each level will participate in an essay competition about the films at the end of the semester!
Please click here to view the full poster pdf.
From the Monochromatic to the Technicolor Cold War
WITHIN AND BETWEEN MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES
A special lecture by SETH FEIN
Wednesday, October 29 from 3:30 to 4:50 in Shiffman 219
SETH FEIN is a scholar of international and transnational history, focusing on audiovisual culture in the Americas. His work has moved from the page to the screen. Currently, Professor Fine is a Fellow in Multimedia History at Harvard's Charles Warren Center, where he is developing Our Neighborhood, a documentary that examines Washington's intervention in Latin American television as cultural counterinsurgency against the Cuban Revolution across the 1960s. He is the author of numerous articles on cross-border film culture and diplomatic history, and his book - Transnational Projections: The United States in the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema will be published by Duke University.
Sponsored by: THE DEPARTMENT OF ROMANCE STUDIES; THE LATIN AMERICAN AND LATINO STUDIES PROGRAM; AND THE FILM TELEVISION AND INTERACTIVE MEDIA PROGRAM.
Click here for a pdf of the poster.
Download pdf of poster here.
Other Campus Events:
Mega Language Lunch
Tuesday, November 11, 2014
12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
Sherman Function Hall
Join Brandeis faculty, staff, and students to celebrate global education and internationalism and practice your foreign language skills (all levels welcome!) and enjoy a free lunch (first come, first fed)!
“Police Performance and Latin American Visual Arts”
Thursday, February 26, 2015
12:00 noon – 1:00 pm
Mandel Center for the Humanities, Room 303
Faculty Lunch Symposium
Hispano-American Round Table Discussion about topics and images in photography and cinematography in Spain and Latin America. Led by Professor Azlin Perdomo on Tuesdays from 11:00 to 11:30 in Shiffman 002.
For those of you aren't familiar, this is a fun and laid-back opportunity to further your knowledge of Latin American culture through exploring famous photographers from countries like Cuba, Mexico, Venezuela, etc. Each weekly discussion focuses on a different aspect of Latin America's culture and history including immigration, war, economic & gender inequality, and revolution.
This is also an incredible opportunity to practice your Spanish in a casual setting, and all levels of fluency are encouraged to come!
For further information, please feel free to contact Nellie Spener (firstname.lastname@example.org). Hope to see you there!
Questo semestre, abbiamo sei tavole italiane fantastiche!
Che cosa sono?
Ci incontriamo ad una tavola in Upper Usdan e parliamo in italiano– un modo molto divertente per praticare!
Note: each table lasts an hour as listed, but you can also stop by for just a few minutes.
CHARLAMOS meets on Tuesdays from 4:00 to 5:00 in Shiffman 124. Please join us!
Many members of CHARLAMOS are returning students from Study Abroad, but all interested in a Spanish conversation club are welcome. Students attend weekly meetings to meet socially, speak Spanish, and to share ideas, music, and photos.
To add your name to our mailing list, please follow this link: https://lists.brandeis.edu/wws/info/charlamos
If you have any questions, please contact this year's Charlamos President, Hope Turock (email@example.com) or faculty advisor Professor Jorge Arteta (firstname.lastname@example.org).