6 great films still to see at International Film Fest

Apr 4, 2017 | Events, UNC Charlotte

Film Festival logoOne of the great international events of Charlotte has been taking place for weeks right here at UNC Charlotte. If you haven’t been, you still have 4 days to catch a part of the 2017 International Film Festival.

All films are free, including today’s 7:30 pm showing of the 2017 Academy Award winner “The Salesman,” (Iran).

All films are presented with English subtitles and an introduction about what you’ll see; some films also have panel discussions afterward. Check our listings below for film descriptions, links to their official trailers and viewing times, dates and locations.

 

Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film 2017

Film schedule

  • Hippocrate / Hippocrates, Diary of a French Doctor (France, 2014). Tuesday, April 4, at 5:30 pm in the College of Education building, room 10. Details and trailer 
  • The Salesman (Iran, 2016) 2017 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, Tuesday, April 4, 7:30 pm in McKnight Hall at the Cone Center. Details and trailer
  • Chocolat (France, 1988) This film is set in colonial Cameroon and is based on the director’s childhood as the daughter of a French colonial administrator. Wednesday, April 5, at 12:30 pm in the College of Health and Human Services Building, room 281. Details and trailer
  • To Life (Germany, 2016) Wednesday, April 5, at 5 pm in McKnight Hall at the Cone Center. Details and trailer 
  • Todos se van / Everybody Leaves (Colombia, Cuba, 2015) Thursday, April 6, at 2 pm in the Popup Martin Student Union Movie Theater. Details and trailer
  • Pequeñas mentiras piadosas / The Travel Agent (Cuba, Spain, Italy 2015) Friday, April 7, at 1 pm in McKnight Hall at the Cone Center. Details and trailer

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