Dinner and a Movie - 1/12/18
CineArts Films at Peter White Public Library, a series devoted to foreign and independent films, presents "Child 44" on Friday, January 12 at 6:00 p.m. in the Community Room. This is a BYO Dinner Event.
After a friend’s son is found dead, a secret-police officer decides to investigate a series of child murders in Stalin-era Soviet Union where supposedly child murderers and serial killers don’t exist. The police officer gets demoted and exiled and, with the help of his wife, convinces his new boss that a serial killer is on the loose.
Introduced by Dr. Nell Kupper, Professor, French and Russian, NMU Department of Languages, Literatures, and International Studies. 2015. 137 minutes. Mystery thriller. Rated R.
No admission charge. BYO dinner or refreshments.
Call 226-4309 or visit www.pwpl.info for more information.
World Languages Week
March 20-24, 2017
Film screening: The Language You Cry In, 7pm, JXJ 1322
French film: Les glaneurs et la glaneuse (The Gleaners and I), 7pm, JXJ 1322
German film: Hannah Arendt, 7pm, JXJ 1322
Spanish film: Maquilapolis (City of Factories), 7pm, JXJ 1322
World Languages Day, 11am-3pm, JXJ 1313
11:00-11:30 Study Abroad Opportunities at NMU
11:40-12:00 Planet Chat: Belgium
12:10-12:40 Career Exploration for Students of Languages, Literatures and International Studies
12:50-1:10 Planet Chat: Austria
1:20-1:50 Anishinaabemowin lesson
2:00-2:20 Planet Chat: Chile
2:30-3:00 Music from Around the World
Free and open to the public!
Sponsored by the Department of Languages, Literature and International Studies
Our thanks to Career Services, the International Programs Office, the Center for Native American Studies, and the Department of Music