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October  2012

Hello Faculty,

 

We are coming upon mid-terms and I wanted to remind you that any films you may need your students to watch or review for an up-coming test or paper can be placed on Reserve here at the Library. I would also like to ask you to start thinking about the end of the semester and any films that you may require your students to watch for finals or offer for extra credit. We can also place these films on Reserve so all of your students have the chance to watch the films.

 

Amy

Contact Us:
   Amy Trepal
Amy Trepal
Manager - Educational Films
Room 317
Thomas Cooper Library 803-777-2858
ajtrepa@mailbox.sc.edu 
 
Featured Film:
Worse Than War
Worse Than War

Follows author Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's travels and offers insights into genocide's dimensions, causes, and patterns and the role it plays in politics and human affairs. 
Film Suggestion?

If you know of a new film that you would like us to add to the collection please send me an e-mail  including the title, director, year, and any other information that will help in finding the film.

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  New films acquired during September 2012.

Asking For It 

 

The line between sexual consent and sexual coercion is not always as clear as it seems--and this is exactly why we should approach our sexual interactions with great care. In this lecture, professor Harry Brod offers a unique take on the problem of sexual assault, one that complicates the issue even as it clarifies the bottom-line principle that consent must always be explicitly granted, never simply assumed. This lecture ranges from the meanings of "yes" and "no" to the indeterminacy of silence to the way alcohol affects our ethical responsibilities. Brod proposes a model of sexual interaction that is most erotic precisely when it is most thoughtful and empathetic.

The Bronze Screen The Bronze Screen  

 

The Bronze screen honors the past, illuminates the present, and opens a window to the future of Latinos in motion pictures. From silent movies to urban gang films, stereotypes of the Greaser, the Lazy Mexican, the Latin Lover and the Dark Lady are examined. Rare and extensive footage traces the progression of this distorted screen image to the increased prominence of today's Latino actors, writers and directors.

Building Mathematical Competencies in Early Childhood 

 

This film deals with the why's, what's, and how's of including rich, developmentally appropriate mathematics experiences for young children in pre-kindergarten classrooms.

El Bulli: Cooking in Progress 

 

Located in Catalonia, Spain, AdriÓ's restaurant, El Bulli, closes for six months each year while AdriÓ and his team of culinary experts design a fresh, innovative menu for the next season. Not content with anything ordinary, AdriÓ's scientific approach involves intense research ... Catalan Language

Business of Being Born: Classroom Edition 

 

This film was created with the goal of reaching young women before they confront birth decisions in order to challenge prevailing assumptions about the U.S. birth model and promote the benefits of natural childbirth. The business of being born: classroom edition aims to create a generation of people seeking systemic change and new policies supporting maternity care in the United States.

Chico and Rita 

 

Cuba, 1948. Chico is a young piano player with big dreams. Rita is a beautiful singer with an extraordinary voice. Music and desire unite them as they chase their dreams and each other from Havana to New York to Paris, Hollywood and Las Vegas. Spanish Language

Claudine 

 

While struggling to support herself and her six children in Harlem by working as a maid for a wealthy family, Claudine meets a charming garbage man, Roop. But although Roop is smitten with the lovely single mother, his own life trials make him slow to respond to her invitation to a lifetime of love.

Coffee Futures 

 

Coffee Futures weaves individual fortunes with the story of Turkey's decades-long attempts to become a member of the European Union. Promises and predictions made by politicians, both foreign and domestic, are juxtaposed with the rhetorics and practices of coffee fortune telling. Turkish Language

Divorce Italian Style Divorce Italian Style  

 

A married man who has fallen in love with a younger woman hatches an elaborate scheme to kill his wife. Italian Language

Forgiving Dr. Mengele 

 

Tells the story of a shocking act of forgiveness by Auschwitz survivor Eva Mozes Kor and the firestorm of criticism it has provoked. Eva and her twin sister, Miriam, were victims of Nazi doctor Josef Mengele's cruel genetic ...  

Hot Fuzz 

 

A city police officer is reassigned to a small town.

In Caliente 

 

A pal takes his critic friend away from a suspected golddigger and ends up at a nightclub where the star is out for revenge over an unfair critical slam.

The Junction Boys 

 

Football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant conducts his infamous first preseason training camp in Junction, Texas.

Looking at Movies Looking at Movies 

 

 

 

A Matter of Taste 

 

The film follows Paul Liebrandt over a decade and reveals his creative process in the kitchen, as well as the extreme hard work, long hours, and dedication it takes to be a successful culinary artist.

Silencio Roto 

 

Lucia is attracted to Manuel, who is a supporter of the anti-Franco Resistance. When Manuel is pursued by Franco's Civil Guard he flees to the mountains and Lucia discovers the reality of political repression - the silence, the horror, the fear. Spanish Language

Sugar Sugar  

 

Miguel 'Sugar' Santos is a talented Dominican baseball player who longs to break into the American big league and earn the money needed to support his impoverished family. He is a talented pitcher who might just have what it takes to earn a prized spot on a Major League Baseball team.... Spanish Language

Their Eyes Were Watching God 

 

A drama set in the 1920s, where free-spirited Janie Crawford's search for happiness leads her through several different marriages, challenging the mores of her small town.

This Film Is Not Yet Rated Not Yet Rated  

 

Kirby Dick's provocative film investigates the secretive and inconsistent process by which the Motion Picture Association of America rates films.

Week-End in Havana 

 

When a cruise ship runs aground, an ocean liner executive is forced to offer a winsome passenger a free trip to Havana in this colorful, zesty musical.

What Poor Child Is This? 

 

If poverty is a serpent, child poverty is its venom. And with an estimated 12 million American children suffering from economic hardship, even the wealthiest society on earth cannot escape the poisonous effects of poverty. ... 

Worse Than War  Worse Than War  

 

Follows author Daniel Jonah Goldhagen's travels and offers insights into genocide's dimensions, causes, and patterns and the role it plays in politics and human affairs.