The University of Southern Indiana’s two free film series kick off Tuesday, September 3 with “Step Up Revolution”, to be screened at 1:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. in Forum I using the University’s new digital light processing (DLP) projection system.
“Step Up Revolution” stars Ryan Guzman and Kathryn McCormick, with direction by Scott Speer and screenplay by Amanda Brody. The plot unfolds in a historic Miami neighborhood, where wealthy developers threaten to change the streetscapes, and a group of neighborhood activists must protest through dance to save their neighborhood.
The films are offered through the Introduction to Film (ENG 285) course, taught by Eric Braysmith, lecturer in USI’s Department of English, and through the Friday Night in the Forum series, sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts and the Tri-State Cinema Society.
Films are shown in their original languages and with stadium seating and Dolby digital surround sound. Until USI debuted its DLP projection system in spring 2013, films were show in their original 35mm format.
View the full schedule for the fall series here.
Contact Braysmith with questions at email@example.com or 812/464-1740.