Thursday, January 27, 2011

[FREE-FOOD] Fwd: icenter-social Digest, Vol 51, Issue 4

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FRENCH MOVIE NIGHTS : A Marion Cotillard Retrospective
Jan 27 , Feb 3 , Feb 17 , Mar 3 I Center
7:30pm
Free

Jan 27 : La vie en rose, Assembly Room
Feb 3 : Innocence, Conference Room
Feb 17 : Love me if you dare, Conference Room
Mar 3 : A private affair, Conference Room
(With English subtitles )
Want to come and enjoy French movies starring Marion Cotillard, a famous French actress? Easy! Come the the I - Center ! The FSSA and the Bechtel International Center invite you to the second edition of the French Movies series.
Starting on January 27 , we will offer you the opportunity to watch different movies starring this Oscar winner actress.
Free snacks and drinks provided.
Stay tuned for another event in Spring.
This event is sponsored by The Bechtel International Center and the Billie Achilles Fund.

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TURKISH DOCUMENTARY SERIES ? "Cultural Memory in Turkey and its neighborhood: Past & Present"
Friday , January 28
6:30-9 PM
Assembly Room
Free

Did you know that almost in every Balkan language there is a version of the old famous song "Katibim" (?sk?dar'a Gider ?ken)? Please join us for our first documentary film screening of the Winter quarter: "Whose is this song?"
This Bulgarian production, which was directed by Adela Peeva in 2003, recounts the search for the origins of a song. The quest starts in Istanbul and takes us to various places in the Balkans where we witness the impact of nationalism in shaping collective memory. Darin Stephanov, PhD candidate in History at the University of Memphis, kindly accepted to be the discussant.
What?: The Documentary Screening "Whose is this song?" (2003), directed by Adela Peeva, Bulgaria, 70min (With English subtitles)
(Q&A session will follow)
When?: January 28 , Friday @6:30pm
Where?: Bechtel International Center, Assembly Room
Food will be served (first come, first fed!)

The Documentary Series is sponsored by the Bechtel International Center and the Billie Achilles Fund.

Stay tuned for three more documentary films under the general theme "Collective Memory in Turkey and Its Neighborhood: Past & Present."
Hope to see you all!

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