Film Screening: “Amreeka”
When: Tuesday, October 26 at 6:00 pm
Where: Birge Hall, Room B-302
Next Tuesday, the Center for Middle East Studies will screen the third movie in its Fall Film Series. “Amreeka” is an award-winning film about a family from Palestine, and chronicles their dream of building a new life in small town Illinois. Critics have praised “Amreeka” for showcasing the struggles of immigrant families, as well as the lives of first-generation teenagers who feel caught between two worlds.
Admission is free, and all films are screened in room B-302 of Birge Hall at 6:00 p.m. Please see below for our complete schedule:
Amreeka (October 26th)
Under the Bombs (November 8th)
Le Grand Voyage (November 29th)
Daughter of Keltoum (December 14th)
These movies were produced in a variety of countries, and they address important issues such as religion, gender dynamics, and cross-cultural communication.
Please feel free to call or email the Center with any questions. Contact information can be found at mideast.wisc.edu.