All are cordially invited to attend a first of its kind on the St. Thomas campus International Film Festival 2018. This collaborative effort represents five departments (Modern & Classical Languages, St.Thomas Libraries, Office of Student Affairs, Student Diversity & Inclusion Services, and Film Studies) who have chosen the theme Cultural Placements and Displacements: Perceptions and Self Perceptions of a Cultural Identity.
The opening film, “Faces Places” was nominated for an Oscar this year in the Best Documentary – Feature category.
Schedule of Events – all films will be shown in the OEC Auditorium beginning at 6:30 pm
Thursday, March 15 “Faces Places” from France (Opening Reception follows)
Thursday, March 22 “Who is Dayani Cristal?” from Mexico
Thursday, April 12 “Shun Li and the Poet” from Italy
Thursday, April 19 “North Face” from Germany (Closing Reception follows)
Discussion sessions will be held after most films.
The St. Thomas International Film Festival 2018 is free and open to all. The entire university community and the general public are welcome and encouraged to attend. Please plan to join us!
OEC Auditorium Building # 5 https://www.stthomas.edu/media/campusmaps/stpaul2Dalpha.pdf
The O’Shaughnessy Educational Center (OEC) Auditorium is on the University of St. Thomas campus at 2115 Summit Avenue in St. Paul, Minnesota. The nearest cross street is Cleveland and Portland.
Parking: Morrison Ramp #18 https://www.stthomas.edu/media/campusmaps/stpaul2Dalpha.pdf