[Blackstudies-l] LOCATION of International Film Series - Spring 2014 Program

Rose McEwen mcewen at geneseo.edu
Tue Feb 18 08:02:46 EST 2014

The Alan Lutkus International Film Series is proud to present our 
exciting slate of films for the Spring 2014 season on the theme of 
Diasporas of Color.  Please announce and attend our screenings, all 
taking place at 7 p.m. in Newton 204 (except as indicated):

*February 20:  "Harvest of Empire"* (USA, 2012; 90 min.).Timely 
examination of the connection between U.S. intervention in Latin America 
and today's immigration crisis. Discussant:Kyle Matthews, Languages and 

*March 06: ****"Red Cry"* (Lakota Nation, 2002; 111 min.).Documentary 
produced by the Lakota Solidarity Project to expose the struggles faced 
by the Lakota Nation owing to government and corporate interests. 
Discussant:Paul Pacheco, Anthropology.

***March 21:  "Amistad" *(USA, 1997; 155 min.).Based on the true story 
of the 1839 mutiny of Mende slaves who, in transit to the United States, 
took control of the ship "La Amistad" off the coast of Cuba. 
Discussant:Justin Behren, History.

*April 10th:   "The Journals of Musan" *(South Korea, 2010. 127 
min.).Historically based chronicle of the discriminations and 
disillusionment confronted in South Korea by a North Korean 
defector.Discussant:Changkuk Jung, Political Sciences/International 

*April 25 - 8:00 p.m., Sturges Auditorium: *"Tey" (Senegal, 2013; 88 
min.).   A diasporic, joyous tale of the final day in the life of 
Satché, as he embarks on a reverse journey from the U.S. to his native 
Senegal.In French and Wolof, with English subtitles.Discussant:Maria 
Lima, English.

All screenings are free and open to the public.

Dr. Rose McEwen
Associate Professor
Coordinator, Latin American Studies Program
SUNY Geneseo
Dept. of Languages and Literatures
Welles Hall 211
Geneseo, NY  14454
585 245-5247

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