John Sayles Film Series

October 17, 4:00pm - 6:30pm
Mānoa Campus, Art Auditorium

John Sayles, who influenced a generation of independent film as the "Godfather of Bootstrap Cinema," will be the 2014 Inouye Chair in Democratic Ideals. Preceding in residency in February, the American Studies Department is presenting a series of his films, co-sponsored by the College of Arts & Humanities and the Academy for Creative Media.

  • Sept. 26, Brother From Another Planet

  • Oct. 17, Matewan (This screening will be in the Architecture Auditorium)

  • Nov. 7, Eight Men Out

  • Nov. 21, The Secret of Roan Inish

  • Dec. 5, Passion Fish

  • Jan. 16, Lone Star

  • Jan. 30, Casa de los Babys

  • Feb. 13, Amigo, featuring a Q & A with the filmmaker

  • Screenings will take place in the Art Auditorium, except for Matewan (Oct. 17), which will be in the Architecture Auditorium.


    Event Sponsor
    American Studies Department, College of Arts & Humanities, The Academy for Creative Media, Mānoa Campus

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