Wednesday, January 8, 2014

Bluegrass Film Society: Spring 2014

1/14: An Oversimplification of Her Beauty (USA: Terence Nance, 2012: 93 mins) [Suggested by Jeremiah McNeil]

1/21: Canceled because of weather

1/28: Danton (France/Poland: Andzej Wajda, 1983: 136 mins)

2/4: Bill Nye/Ken Ham -- Evolution vs Creationism debate

2/11: Black Moon (France/West Germany: Louis Malle, 1975: 75 mins)

2/18: The Last Wave (Australia: Peter Weir, 1977: 106 mins)

2/25: A Man Escaped (France: Robert Bresson, 1956: 101 mins)

3/4: The American Friend (West Germany/France: Wim Wenders, 1977: 125 mins)

3/11: The Wind Journeys (Columbia/Germany/Argentina, Netherlands: Ciro Guerra, 2009: 117 mins) [Suggested by Laura Webb]


3/25: A Separation (Iran: Asghar Farhadi, 2011: 123 mins)

4/1: The Apple (USA/West Germany: Menahem Golan, 1980: 90 mins)

4/8: The Day He Arrives (South Korea: Hong Sang-Soo, 2011: 79 mins)

4/15: Fatherland (aka Singing the Blues in Red - UK/West Germany/France: Ken Loach, 1986: 110 mins)

4/22: Kebab Connection (Germany: Anno Saul, 2004: 96 mins)

4/29: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls (USA: Russ Meyer, 1970: 109 mins)

5/6: Crime Wave (Canada: John Paizs, 1985: 80 mins)

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