Join us for a screening of The Babushkas of Chernobyl (2015) and in-person Q&A with director Holly Morris, in conversation with Prof. Tatyana Bronstein, Department of Film & Television, followed by a first look at a 2023 follow-up film. In the radioactive Dead Zone surrounding Chernobyl’s Reactor No. 4, a defiant community of women […]
With the historical wins for Asian Americans at the Oscars, Department of World Languages and Literatures is launching the BU Asian American Film Forum on April 10, 2023. At this inaugural film forum, we will be screening “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and opening up for students to discuss the film. Prior to this discussion, Prof. Petrus […]
Watch Labyrinth of Lies(2015), available through BU Libraries, then join the discussion with special guest, Mark Lewis, Director of Geddes Language Center! Hope to see you there!
When: December 7th at 6:30 PM Where: COM B05 The film “Zero Motivation,” directed by Tayla Lavie, will be present by Professor Abigail Gillman as part of the Fall Film Series.
When: October 16th at 6:00 PM Where: West Newton Cinema You can buy tickets here: https://ticketing.uswest.veezi.com/purchase/30350?siteToken=sq9871g21qvhktp727tnes3e3g
Written and directed by Judith Wechsler, Aby Warburg: Metamorphosis and Memory (2016; 60 min.) tells the story of this innovative and influential art historian. With interests that ranged from the Italian Renaissance to Hopi ritual dances, from frescoes to postage stamps, Warburg sought to combine the fields of art history, anthropology, and religion. He explored […]
5pm in CAS B12 Film followed by Q&A with Director Ryusuke Hamaguchi. Sushi Reception to Follow. This event is free and open to the public. A famous Korean fashion photographer on assignment in Japan discovers a new kind of friendship with a mysterious male escort in Hamaguchi’s delicate character study. Anticipating his masterful epic of […]
TITLE: Cinema and Mobility: A new look at Korea’s modernity in the 20th century TIME: Tuesday, October 20, 5-6:30pm. LOCATION: STH Room 625, 745 Commonwealth Ave. SPEAKER: Han Sang KIM, PhD in Historical Sociology Visiting Researcher, Boston University Center for the Study of Asia This talk is intended to provide a visual sociological framework for investigating the […]
Boston University, School of Theology Hosts the screening of People Are the Sky 94 minute documentary, 2015 Directed, produced, written, and narrated by Dai Sil Kim-Gibson, a Korean American born in North Korea a Ph.D from Boston University, Graduate School/School of Theology at the George Sherman Union Conference Auditorium, 775 Commonwealth Ave., 2nd floor. […]
Please join us for a screening of the Academy-Award Nominated Russian film, Leviathan followed by a discussion with BU Russian Faculty, from 6-9pm in Sargent 102.