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Now showing at Hodges — monthly indie films

Tired of the same old same old from the major film studios? Hodges Library has lined up a series of award-winning independent and foreign films for your enlightenment and viewing pleasure.

Feature films will be screened at 7 p.m. in the Lindsay Young Auditorium of Hodges Library on the first Wednesday of each month, throughout the fall and spring semesters. Films will be chosen from Film Movement’s catalog of independent, foreign, and documentary films. Admission is free.

Wednesday, September 6, 7 p.m.
Mad Tiger (US and Japan).

Mad Tiger follows bandmates Yellow and Red, the primary creative forces behind “Japanese Action Comic Punk Band” Peelander-Z. Peelander-Z combines performance-art and audience participation in their shows, and each member adopts a different, anime-like “Crayola rock” persona.

For more information, contact librarian Michael Deike at

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