The 7th Annual Michiana Jewish Film Festival is coming to the Browning Cinema May 15–18. Dr. Ilene Sheffer, Vice Chancellor Emerita at Indiana University South Bend and currently the Chief Campaign Strategist for the Ronald...

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April Rundown — Prince, Rebels & Paterson Ricky and Ted discuss what you’ll find on the Browning Cinema’s April schedule. The 1980s series takes a colorful turn with Purple Rain, Pretty in Pink, and Rain...

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Worth a Watch—Top Films at the Berlin Film Festival   Ricky and Ted run through the Browning Cinema’s March lineup, which includes films from Iran (The Salesman), Germany (Toni Erdmann), Ireland (Sing Street), and India...

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Peace, Love, and the Oscars   Ted Barron and Ricky Herbst discuss what’s happening in film, both at the Browning Cinema and in the industry, for the month of February. The former involves the ScreenPeace...

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Establishing Shot Podcast is Back!   A lot has happened since our May 2016 episode. After host Ted Barron became the DPAC’s Executive Director, the search began for a new cinema curator. Now, our new...

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Michiana Jewish Film Festival   In this episode, Michiana Jewish Film Festival co-chairs Dr. Ilene Sheffer and Steve Lotter chat with Ted about the 6th annual Michiana Jewish Film Festival. This May 9–12 the fest...

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1916: A Cry for Independence   The Liam Neeson narrated documentary, 1916: The Irish Rebellion, screens March 31, 2016 at the DeBartolo Performing Arts Center in the Leighton Concert Hall. It captures the events of an Easter...

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Being Jane — Austen’s Fiction, Fans & Films   Leading up to February’s Austenfest film festival at the Browning Cinema and April’s production of Pride and Prejudice by Notre Dame’s Department of Film, Television, and Theatre,...

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