This year's International Open Air Cinema will feature screenings every Tuesday behind Sherman Fairchild Library. Each screening is hosted by one of the international clubs on campus with support from IFilm and ISP. There will be snacks before the film, often from the country from which the film originates. Each film will have a brief introduction lead by people from the international clubs or other experts on the film. We are very excited about the series and hope you can join us for the screenings and participate in the discussions!
The dates for the films are shown below. All films are shown in the ampitheatre behind Sherman Fairchild Library and begin when it is sufficiently dark. This is ~8:30PM in June and ~8:00PM in August.
Click here to see the International Open Air Cinema 2006 poster!
June 13: Come Into the Light (Italy, 2005) by Roberto Faenza -- sponsored by the Italian Club
June 20: Singles (Iran, 2005) by Asghar Hashemi -- sponsored by the Friends of Iranian Culture at the California Institute of Technology
June 27: Selections from Malgudi Days (India, 1987) by Shankar Nag -- sponsored by the Organization of Associated Students from the Indian Subcontinent
July 11: The Tunnel (Germany, 2001) by Roland Suso Richter -- sponsored by the Lea Hildebrandt
July 18: The Barbarian Invasions (Canada, 2003) by Denys Arcand -- sponsored by the Caltech Francophile Club
July 25: The Dish (Australia, 2000) by Rob Sitch -- sponsored by the Down Under Club
August 1: Special double feature: Amelia (Canada, 2003) by Edouard Lock and Blue Planet: Coral Seas (England, 2001) by Alastair Fothergill -- sponsored by IFilm, the Caltech Dance Troupe, the Canadian Club, and Mary Dunlop
August 8: Butterfly (Spain, 1999) by Jose Luis Cuerda with special guest speaker Daniel Garcia -- sponsored by Club Latino
August 15: All Dawns Here Are Quiet (Soviet Union, 1972) by Stanislav Rostotsky -- sponsored by the Russian Club
August 22: A Touch of Spice (Greece, 2003) by Tassos Boulmetis -- sponsored by the Caltech Hellenic Society
August 29: The King and the Clown (South Korea, 2005) by Jun-ik Lee -- sponsored by the Caltech Korean Graduate Student Association