Join us as we kick off the Fall semester and celebrate 10 years of screening Southeast Asian film!
The Spring Semester Film Series had ended. Please join us in the Fall as we celebrate our 10th anniversary of screening films from Southeast Asia!
Writer/director Yasmin Ahmad crafted a shining look at friendship, family, and first love that speaks beyond cultural and geographic boundaries in Talentime. (on 5/14)
In Amigo, John Sayles proves one small piece of American Imperialism is at work in Southeast Asia at the turn of the 20th century. (on 05/07)
A canny piece of entertainment in which Ahlo, a cursed boy, gets a chance to redeem himself, and save his family, at a local rocket festival.
The complex relationship between a devout Muslim and her transgender father is explored in the film Lovely Man. (on 4/23)
A film that touches on issues such as cultural differences, compromise, mutual acceptance, language barrier, old friendship and of course, family.
Suckseed is an awesome coming of age tale of a group of students trying to make it to the finals of their high school rock band contest. (on 4/9)
"The Act of Killing” blends the horrific & the absurd in a disturbing cocktail addressing the political turmoil in Indonesia in 1965. (on 3/26)
Join us for a classic film set when the Sukarno regime was shaky and the war in Viet Nam was just heating up. (Film screens on 3/19)