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  • Kandis Scott
    Stanford is showing movies about PC countries such as India, Nigeria, Russia, and Brazil. Some are quite new so that you can see what has happened in the
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 29, 2009
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      Stanford is showing movies about PC countries such as India, Nigeria,
      Russia, and Brazil. Some are quite new so that you can see what has
      happened in the places you cared about. The movies show at 7pm Wednesday
      nights in History Corner (near the Oval). I’ve attached the flyer below.



      This is not an officially sponsored Norcal South Bay event, but many of us
      will be interested in these. Use the Norcalsbay@yahoogroups.com group to
      find friends to join you and talkwith about the movie when it’s done.
      Enjoy!



      Kandis Scott





      The Division of International, Comparative and Area Studies (ICA)

      presents



      ICA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL, SUMMER 2009

      GLOBAL MEGACITIES
      Six films around the world depicting varying aspects of life in a global
      metropolis



      WEDNESDAYS , 7:00PM
      Building 200 (Lane History Corner), Room 002
      Stanford University, 450 Serra Mall

      JULY 8
      Black Friday (India, 2004)
      Introduction by Linda Hess, Center for South Asia

      JULY 15
      Istanbul Tales (“Anlat Istanbul,” Turkey, 2005)
      Introduction by Burcak Keskin-Kozat, Mediterranean Studies Forum

      JULY 22
      The Milky Way (“A Via Láctea,” Brazil, 2007)
      Introduction by Lyris Wiedemann, Center for Latin American Studies

      AUGUST 12
      Taxi Blues (“Taksi Blius,” Soviet Union, 1990)
      Introduction by Tom Roberts, Center for Russian, Eastern European and
      Eurasian Studies

      AUGUST 19
      Enlightenment Guaranteed (“Erleuchtung Garantiert,” Germany, 2000)
      Introduction by Carl Bielefeldt, Ho Center for Buddhist Studies and Center
      for East Asian Studies

      AUGUST 26
      Lagos/Koolhaas (Netherlands, 2002)
      Introduction by Laura Hubbard, Center for African Studies


      For more information about the Division of International, Comparative and
      Area Studies (ICA), please see http://ica.stanford.edu








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