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Indiana University Cinema

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1213 E. 7th Street
Bloomington, IN 46208
Last Updated: January 18, 2018

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About Indiana University Cinema

An immeasurable resource to Midwest film culture — and the state's finest theater, in terms of sound and visual quality, equipped with THX-certified sound system and equipment to project in just about any format. Each semester's schedule includes a mix of lectures and visits by living filmmakers, classic films from around the world and left-field programming of experimental and Midnight Movie flavors. Consistently worth the drive for Indianapolis cinephiles; and cheaper than cheap, with most screenings being free or $3. Parking can be hassle during the school day, though most events take place in the evening and on weekends.

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An interview with Charles Burnett, the greatest American director you've never heard of, who will present his first feature film, 'Killer of Sheep,' Thursday at the IMA.

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The

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Funny or Die

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crew rolls into Bloomington this weekend to screen their latest vids at IU Cinema. We talk with IU alum and Funny or Die producer Mike Farah.

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Sam reviews 10 more must-see films showing at the Diabolique International Film Festival, a celebration of pulp filmmaking taking place this weekend at IU Cinema in Bloomington.

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Two historic theaters in Danville and Franklin make the old new again this weekend with festivals celebrating the work of established and emerging filmmakers.

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Sam talks about the

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Music at the Movies

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theme happening across Indy this week, with

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Tarantino in Concert

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at Clowes Memorial Hall and IU Cinema's screening of classic music-themed films.

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This Friday, IU Cinema's Underground Undone festival is showcasing

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works that have been partially destroyed, left unfinished, finished posthumously, or otherwise designed to be indeterminate in ways that trouble finite ideas of film production and release.

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New York-based underground filmmaker Beth B is coming to IU Cinema to present her latest documentary

— a backstage look at the world of burlesque.

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The acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin is headed to IU Cinema this weekend for a retrospective of his work, which he described in a recent interview with NUVO as

“a form of therapy.”