Films in March

Film Movement Film Series

Tuesday, March 11
7:30pm Hodges Library Auditorium
The Way I Spent The End Of The World
Romania / d. Catalin Mitulescu / 106 min
Set in Romania towards the end of the Ceausescu regime, The Way I Spent the End of the World depicts a few months in the life of one family as they deal with universal struggles like raising kids, finding work, and abiding by societal expectations

March 25, 2008
7:30pm Hodges Library Auditorium
Fraulein
Switzerland / d. Andrea Staka / 81 min
Fraulein explores questions of nationality, immigration and generational differences through the lives and friendships of three women from the former Yugoslavia living in Zurich and working in a cafeteria

Biology Nights

Thursday, March 27
6:30 PM Hodges Library 253
Too Hot Not to Handle: Winning the Battle Against Global Warming
Run Time: 55 min.
This film offers a wealth of scientific evidence for dire climate-change predictions–but it also shows how businesses, local governments, and citizens can take positive action to reduce future dangers. With in-depth discussions of what may lie ahead, including increases in storm surges, hurricanes, water pollution, forest fires, and epidemics, the program promotes the urgently needed use of alternative energy sources, such as biodiesel, clean-burning coal, and wind and solar power. Interviews with leading climatologists and environmental health experts enliven the film’s two-pronged focus on perils and solutions.

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