Monthly Archives: May 2014

Open Access: Metropolitan Museum Images

The Metropolitan Museum of Art recently made 400,000 images from their collections available free on the web for scholarly, non-commercial use. These are “images in that the museum believes to be in the public domain and free of other known

Posted in Databases, Miscellaneous

Movie Reviews: Warm Bodies

Warm Bodies     2013, 98 mins., written and directed by Jonathan Levine. Adapted from the Isaac Marion novel of the same name, an introspective Zombie boy-meets-girl (but does not eat!) love story in a post-apocalyptic U.S., manages to be

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Bless Me Ultima Screening

Join us for a FREE movie screening of Bless Me Ultima! TUESDAY, MAY 20, 2014 at 6 P.M. Located in PL-5005 Complimentary Parking Available, see kiosk Discussion facilitated by: Ellen Gil-Gomez, Department of English, and Dr. Bradford Owen, Department of

Posted in Movie Screenings

Movie Reviews: Adam

Adam     2009, 99 min., written and directed by Max Mayer. Hugh Dancy plays the lead, a sheltered and socially inexperienced electrical engineer who has Asperger’s syndrome. He strikes up a relationship with his new neighbor, Beth (Rose Byrne,

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Movie Reviews: Reign Over Me

Reign Over Me   2007, 124 min. Written & directed by Mike Binder. Charlie Fineman (Adam Sandler) has lost touch with reality and is in deep depression after the loss of his family in the 9/11 tragedy. He reconnects with

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DVD of “Smuggled” Available

A DVD of Smuggled: A Film by Ramon Hamilton is available for check-out. Ask at the Check-Out Desk on the 1st floor of the Pfau Library. Thank you to all that joined us for the movie screening–the room was full!

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