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Friday

November 12, 2010
11:52 am

Global Lens series presents Serbian film Ordinary People

The Global Lens series of films from around the world continues at Bates College with “Ordinary People” by Serbian director Vladimir Perisic, showing at 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 12, and 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, at the Ronj, Bates’ student-run coffeehouse at 32 Frye St.

Friday

October 30, 2009
2:07 pm

Global Lens entry from Indonesia explores bond across generations

The Global Lens series of international films at Bates continues with “The Photograph,” by Indonesian director Nan Achnas, in 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Oct. 9, and Sunday, Oct. 11, in Room 105, Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St. Hosted by the Bates College Museum of Art, the series continues on Fridays and Sundays throughout the fall. Admission is $5. “The Photograph” (98 min.) is in Indonesian with English subtitles. For more information, please call 207-786-6158.

Friday

October 30, 2009
11:10 am

Global Lens series continues with Mozambican film Sleepwalking Land

The Global Lens film series at Bates College continues with Sleepwalking Land by Mozambican director Teresa Prata in 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Oct. 30, and Sunday, Nov. 1, in Room 105, Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St.

Thursday

October 29, 2009
12:21 pm

Global Lens series continues with Kazakh film Song from the Southern Seas

The Global Lens film series at Bates College continues with “Song from the Southern Seas,” by Kazakhstani director Marat Sarulu, in 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Nov. 6, and Sunday, Nov. 8, in Room 105, Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St.

Hosted by the Bates College Museum of Art, the series continues throughout the fall. Admission is $5. “Song from the Southern Seas” (80 min.) is in Russian with English subtitles.

Thursday

October 29, 2009
12:06 pm

Global Lens series continues with Iranian film Those Three

The Global Lens film series at Bates College continues with “Those Three,” by Iranian director Naghi Nemati, in 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Nov. 13, and Sunday, Nov. 15, in Room 105, Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St.

Tuesday

October 27, 2009
12:04 pm

Global Lens film series concludes with Brazilian film Margarette's Feast

The Global Lens film series at Bates College concludes with “Margarette’s Feast”, a film from Brazilian director Renato Falc√£o. The film will be shown at 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec.11, and Sunday, Dec. 13, in the Olin Arts Center, Room 105, 75 Russell St.

Wednesday

September 30, 2009
8:48 am

Global Lens series continues with Argentinean film Possible Lives

The Global Lens film series at Bates College continues with “Possible Lives,” by Argentinean director Sandra Gugliotta, in 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Oct. 16, and Sunday, Oct. 18, in Room 105, Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St.

Thursday

September 17, 2009
12:29 pm

Global Lens film series continues with the Ecuadorian drama My Time Will Come

The Global Lens film series at Bates College continues with “My Time Will Come,” by Ecuadorian director Victor Arregui, with 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Oct. 2, and Sunday, Oct. 4, in Room 105, Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St.

Thursday

September 17, 2009
12:23 pm

Global Lens series continues with Brazilian film Mutum

The Global Lens series of films from around the world continues at Bates College with Mutum, by Brazilian director Sandra Kogut, in 8 p.m. showings on Friday, Sept. 25, and Sunday, Sept. 27, in the Olin Arts Center, Room 105, 75 Russell St. Hosted by the Bates College Museum of Art, the series continues on Fridays and Sundays throughout the fall. Admission is $5. Mutum is in Portuguese with English subtitles (86 mins.).

Monday

September 14, 2009
11:54 am

Global Lens film series presents I Am From Titov Veles

The 2009 Global Lens film series features the Macedonian film “I Am From Titov Veles” in showings at 8 p.m. Friday and Sunday, Sept. 18 and 20, in Room 105 of the Olin Arts Center, 75 Russell St. Hosted by the Bates College Museum of Art, the series continues on Fridays and Sundays at the same time and location throughout the fall. Admission is $5.