November 2013 – November 2014
Windham Hill recording artist Alex de Grassi was commissioned by the New York Guitar Festival to create an original score for Yasujro Ozu’s classic silent film. “A Story of Floating Weeds”. In an engaging multi-media event, he accompanies the film live on the Waterman Theatre Stage.
Parking is available in lots E-6 & E-18: See Campus Parking Map
German Movie Series: Kebab Connection
Directed by Anno Saul
Sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages & Literatures
Free and open to the public
Spanish Movie Series: Maria Full of Grace
With English Subtitles
Sponsored by the Department of Modern Languages
Film and Discussion: “Who Cares About Kelsey?”
The film screening is followed by a panel presentation. This award-winning film explores the lives of students with emotional and behavioral challenges and shows innovative educational approaches that help them succeed while improving the overall school culture.
Free; parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 — see “Parking” for more information.
Film: Mein Bester Feind, 2011, “My Best Enemy,” directed by Wolfgang Murnberger
A dark World War II comedy about two friends, stolen artwork and an unfortunate case of mistaken identities, as a Jewish man switches places with his Nazi best friend in order to survive. In German with English subtitles.
Free; parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 — see “Parking”
The Ernst & Young Lecture Series on Gender Equality in the Workplace continues with a screening of the 2010 film exploring how gender is represented in advertising. A discussion led by Dr. Lisa Seppi, assistant professor of art history at SUNY Oswego, follows the film.
Free; parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 — see “Parking”.
In this fairy tale, a small family in Spain moves into an old house in 1943 after the rise of Fascism. Their eldest daughter, at age 12, falls in love with a fawn that lives in the old ruined labyrinth behind their decrepit home.
A 2006 film by Mexican film director, screenwriter, producer & novelist Guillermo del Toro. In Spanish with English Subtitles.
The SUNY Oswego Sustainability Documentary Film Series presents the 2012 film by Lori Silverbush and Kristi Jacobson, A Place at the Table which uses personal stories to powerfully illuminate the plight of the 49 million Americans struggling with food insecurity and living in hunger.
Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others), directed by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck, is a multi-award winning film, including the 2006 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film.
At once a political thriller and human drama, this film begins in East Berlin in 1984, five years before Glasnost and the fall of the Berlin Wall and ultimately takes us to 1991, in what is now the reunited Germany. THE LIVES OF OTHERS traces the gradual disillusionment of Captain Gerd Wiesler, a highly skilled officer who works for the Stasi, East Germany’s all-powerful secret police. His mission is to spy on a celebrated writer and actress couple, Georg Dreyman and Christa-Maria Sieland.