August 28, 6:30 p.m., D. H. Hill Library Auditorium
Bad Lucky Goat
Bad Lucky Goat is the first film ever written and produced in San Andres-Providencia creole, the distinct variant of Caribbean English spoken on Providence and its larger sister island, San Andres. The film tells the story of an incompatible brother and sister who accidentally kill a goat with their parents’ car and their journey of reconciliation. The film will be introduced by Dr. Tim Wallace, associate professor and department head of Anthropology at NC State, who has worked closely with governmental and community leaders on the island.
September 18, 6:30 p.m., D. H. Hill Library Auditorium
Harvest of Empire
This feature-length documentary reveals the direct connection between the long history of U.S. intervention in Latin America and the immigration crisis we face today. Based on the groundbreaking book by award-winning journalist and Democracy Now! co-host Juan González, Harvest of Empire takes an unflinching look at the role that U.S. economic and military interests played in triggering an unprecedented wave of migration that is transforming our nation’s cultural and economic landscape. This screening is in collaboration with Multicultural Student Affairs.
October 9, 6:30 p.m., Washington-Sankofa Room, Witherspoon Student Center
November 13, 6:30 p.m., D. H. Hill Library Auditorium
Living on One Dollar
Living on One Dollar follows the journey of four friends as they set out to live on just $1 a day for two months in rural Guatemala. They battle hunger, parasites, and extreme financial stress as they attempt to survive life on the edge. An unimaginable reality for most young Americans, the challenges they face are real and plague over 1.1 billion people around the world. While the friends quickly learn there are no easy answers, the generosity and strength of Rosa, a 20-year-old woman, and Chino, a 12-year-old boy, give them resilient hope that there are effective ways to make a difference. In partnership with Multicultural Student Affairs as part of NC State's Common Reading program.
December 4, 6:30 p.m., D.H. Hill Library Auditorium
One of the first films in the Australian New Wave cinema movement, the film centers on two white schoolchildren who are left to fend for themselves in the Australian outback and who come across a teenage Aboriginal boy who helps them to survive. Shown in partnership with the University Scholars Program.
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