CSUF News Service
Real People, Reel World Movies
Sept. 25, 2013
WoMen's Center offers "Real Women, Real Men, Reel World," a series of free, weekly movies. Films begin at 5 p.m. in Room 205 of University Hall. Free popcorn ad drinks are available. Coming up:
- Oct. 1 — "The Whistleblower," based on the experiences of a female Nebraska cop who serves as a peacekeeper in Bosnia
- Oct. 8 — "The Poker House," a dramatization of director Lori Petty's teenage years in a small Iowa town
- Oct. 15 — "Oranges and Sunshine" tells the story of a social worker and a government child migration scheme
- Oct. 22 — The anthology "FIVE" explores the impact of breast cancer
- Oct. 29 — The documentary "No Woman, No Cry" about at-risk pregnancies in various parts of the world
- Nov. 5 — "High Ground," a documentary about 11 veterans who set off to climb one of the tallest peaks in the Himalayas
- Nov. 12 —"Born Into Brothels," about the children of prostitutes in Calcutta's red light district
- Nov. 19 — "The Codes of Gender," a documentary on advertising and its impact on popular culture
- Dec. 3 — "Smashed" focuses on the bond between a married couple when one decides to get sober
- Dec. 10 — An angel helps set an ambitious bishop on the right track in "The Bishop's Wife"
For more information, call 657-278-3928.