Every year at this time, Lakeland Community College has an International Film Festival, featuring some very good films from around the world. These screenings are free and open to the public.
This year's theme is "Ancient Ties, Modern Conflict: Tradition, Transformation, and the Human Spirit." The three films, showing on consecutive Fridays, look like excellent choices!
There will be a 10-minute informative explanation before the movie starts. Following each film there is a brief question and answer session.
For more information, call[masked]-7508.
How to find the auditorium: After parking in the lot on the left of the main building (where you will see other cars), go in the entrance closest to Rt. 306. Take the elevator up one floor and turn right; you will soon see the auditorium (Room H-101)
MOVIE 7:30 p.m.
Film region: Bosnia and Herzegovina
Guest Speaker: Dr. Steve Oluic
Set during the 1993 Bosnian Conflict, this is the story of a Bosnian Muslim (Djuric) and a Bosnian Serb soldier (Bitorajac), who find themselves trapped in a trench between the warring factions in the heaviest time of fighting.
Bleak and darkly humorous, No Man's Land vividly illustrates the absurdity of war.
DISCUSSION/EATS 9:30 p.m.
Dino's (4145 State Route 306, Willoughby 44094) is on the same side of Rt. 306, between the college and entrance to I-90.
GROUP FEE - Goes toward charges incurred for using the MeetUp website. You can access PayPal or pay your fee to the Organizer at the event. First event is free, thereafter $1.50 per event or $5 for the year.