Notes from the IFS Desk
Pablo KjÃ¸lseth, Fall 2016
The IFS turned 75 this year! It was a treat to spend the summer perusing the archives to see the changes the program has gone through over all these years. Change is inevitable, and anyone holding this calendar will notice a big change in layout strategy. We’ve abandoned the week-by-week grid in favor of a calendar that now goes show-by-show. This allows us to include the First Person Cinema and Celebrating Stan events with the regular IFS programming in one layout. This semester’s calendar also begins a bit earlier (with a Sneak Preview of Derek Cianfrance’s latest film, The Light Between Oceans, on August 30th), and ends later (with offerings into December).
In addition, we’ve partnered with several other departments and programs here on campus for C.U. at the Movies. These are movies that various faculty members across campus have either selected or supported, with each giving special introductions before the show.
I’d also like to thank the Japan Foundation and The Tourneés Festival for their program inclusions.
On the topic of inevitable change, please look closely at the latest IFS parking map to best plan out your evening of movie-watching. Euclid Autopark will be unavailable in the fall due to construction, but there are still free parking options that are a small walk away, or pay options that land you even closer.
CU At the Movies
C.U. at the Movies is made possible in part by funding from the CU Boulder College of Arts and Sciences and support from the following departments:
- Film Studies Program
- Humanities Program
- English Department
- Center for Asian Studies
- French Department
- Department of German & Slavic Languages
The Tourneés Festival
The Tourneés Festival is made possible with the support of the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the U.S., the Centre National du Cinéma et de l'Image Animée (CNC), the French American Cultural Fund, Florence Gould Foundation and Highbrow Entertainment.
- Far from Men
- Phantom Boy
- Pierrot le Fou
Screenings of these films made possible by generous support from The Japan Foundation and the Center for Asian Studies at CU Boulder.
- Cinema Kabuki
- Last Life in the Unvierse