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The last screening in the Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival will take place on Thursday, March 29 at Goldsmith Family Cinema at 8  P.M. Dani Menkin, Jewish and Israel Visiting Scholar and the film’s director, will introduce and comment upon his film Je T’aime, I Love You Terminal. In this romantic comedy, a […]

Intimate Grammar, a film adaptation by director Nir Bergman, based upon the renowned author David Grossman’s book, will be the fifth film screened in The Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival on Thursday, March 1 at the Goldsmith Family Cinema at 8 p.m. This film explores the metaphoric and emotional field of grammar through […]

Restoration, nominated for 11 Israeli Academy Awards, in its Connecticut premiere, will debut as part of the Ring Family Wesleyan University Israeli Film Festival on Goldsmith Family Cinema  at Thursday, February 23 at 8 P.M.  Restoration, “marked by disquietly beautiful imagery” and “a handsome production of intriguing and perhaps incongruous surfaces” (Variety), is a new […]

Upcoming UCAB events:   ·        Thursday 2/23: Massage Night. You desperately need a study break, but you can’t rationally justify one. We can though. Feeling knotty? Need a good back rub? Want to reach a state of absolute zen and focus? Let us knead your troubles away in the most productive break of the year yet. […]

Eran Riklis’ film, The Human Resources Manager, winner of 5 Israeli Academy Awards including Best Picture, is based on a novel by acclaimed Israeli writer, A. B. Yehosua. The film begins with the death of a Romanian immigrant in Israel. Although her death was not work related, an investigative reporter decides to publicize the case […]

48 Hour Magazine Project  We are going to write, edit, design, and publish a magazine over the course of forty-eight hours. We’re seeking writers, photographers, artists, filmmakers, designers (both print and web), copy editors, and anyone else who thinks this is even remotely a good idea. Your efforts will define this project because we can […]

The Department of Religion, in concert with the Department of Anthropology, is pleased to announce the campus film premiere of “The Poojari’s Daughter” an ethnographic film by Anthropology faculty member Gillian Goslinga . Using experimental film techniques that recall the work of Trinh Minh Ha, The Poojari’s Daughter weaves dramatic footage of a South Indian temple […]

Dead Man Walking’s SISTER HELEN PREJEAN Wednesday, October 5    6:30 p.m. Memorial Chapel Move in Goldsmith Family Cinema Center at 8 p.m.  Co-sponsored by the Wesleyan Film Series and Office of the Chaplain

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