film series: early spring 2018
- The Alloy
Our favorite group for accompanying silent film! Eisenstein’s debut film, Strike! (1925) and an IthaKid screening of Buster Keaton’s The General (1926)
- CU Alums Make Movies
Two films worked on by location scout Lori Balton ’81: Downsizing and Battle of the Sexes.
- Art on Film
Stunning films featuring French artist JP’s giant photo murals; Ai Weiwei’s views of global migrations; and earth artist Andy Goldsworthy’s latest projects.
- Black History Month
Blues music pioneers and the Civil Rights movement, Black women of NASA, Thurgood Marshall's early career.
- Canyon at 50
The home of experimental film celebrates 5 decades in 4 programs. Curator visit, too!
- Selections from the 2017 Oscar Documentary Shortlist
Four of the 15 docs shortlisted for the Oscar this year!
- More Film Favorites
Catch a second screening of a favorite hit movie (on our deluxe screen), or enjoy a cult classic!
- Visiting Filmmakers
Four films, 5 filmmakers. Films from Russia, Israel and the U.S.
- Foreign Language Films
Five great films submitted for the Oscar: from France, Germany, Ireland, Sweden & Switzerland.
- IthaKid Film Festival
Saturday afternoon matinees at low prices! Hollywood faves and international fare!
- Three Films by
A free exploration of the film work of German author/ philosopher Alexander Kluge with intros.
- Labor on Film
Grassroots views of work and workers, and histories of organizing, a mix of classics and new work.
- Human Flow: Immigrants, Migrants & Refugees
Over 65 million people around the world have been recently displaced to escape famine, climate change and war.
- Music Docs
Three docs outline Native American contributions to rock and folk history; blues pioneers in the context of Civil Rights; and Ireland’s Joe Heaney.
- Ithaca Premieres
Cornell Cinema may be the only place you can see these 12 highly acclaimed films!
- CU Professors-at-Large
The lives and work of Jane Goodall, Andy Goldsworthy and Bill Nye (Science Guy).
- Valentine’s Day
An African-American romance in today's SF from Barry Jenkins (Moonlight); Godard charms with Band of Outsiders.
- Women Scientists
Black women at NASA in the 60s; a free thinker in the 40s; Mme. Curie as the 20th century starts; Jane Goodall; and the amazing brains of Hedy Lamarr .
- Women’s History
Billie Jean King kicks us off; then more real stories of women navigating interlocking struggles.