Responding to a worldwide call by the Pina Bausch Foundation, dancers from Duluth made a short film based on Bausch's "Four Seasons" choreography from her piece "Nelken Line." The three-minute film screening will be followed by Wim Wenders' breathtaking documentary Pina. A discussion and small reception will follow.
The University of Wisconsin-Superior Social Work Program is co-sponsoring a screening of Human Flow by director and artist Ai Weiwei. The documentary examines the personal human impact that fleeing from war and hunger can have. A discussion follows. This event is the second in the two-part discussion and film series "Global Refugee Situation: Local Response."
The NorShor Theatre kicks off its new classic film series with the Citizen Kane of movies that aren't Citizen Kane, Casablanca. The NorShor's monthly Classic Film Series gives Twin Ports audiences the chance to see classic films on the big screen in Duluth’s historic movie palace. Drinks are available throughout the showing, and a post-show discussion follows the film. Seating will be available on the main orchestra level. Attendees can purchase tickets in advance to claim their seats.
The Duluth Public Library offers games, crafts, movies, book discussions and more for teens in grades 6-12 during "Teen Scene" events held on the first Thursday of each month in the Green Room. Pizza is served while quantities last.
Unemployed Antonio Ricci (Lamberto Maggiorani) is elated when he finally finds work hanging posters around war-torn Rome. His wife, Maria (Lianella Carell), sells the family's bed linens to retrieve Antonio's bicycle from the pawnshop so he can take the job. However, disaster strikes when Antonio's bicycle is stolen, and his new job is doomed unless he can find the thief. With the help of his lively son, Bruno (Enzo Staiola), Antonio combs the city, growing increasingly desperate for justice. This…
The ninth annual Duluth Superior Film Festival runs May 30 to June 3 at venues such as the Zeitgeist Arts Building, Clyde Iron Works and other settings along the shores of Lake Superior. The five days of events include numerous film screenings -- some with visiting filmmakers to introduce and discuss their works. The array of supporting events include panels, discussions, parties and live music.