Cinema International

Each semester, Cinema International presents films of every genre by the best and brightest directors from around the world. Admission is free and open to the public, and all shows begin at 7:30 (please see the schedule below for specific dates).

If you have any questions about Cinema International, please contact Dr. Thérèse Saint Paul.

Please consider making donations to Cinema International by contacting Lucy Love in the Office of Development.  You may also make a secure online gift to Cinema International by selecting "Other" as the gift designation and indicating "Cinema International" in the comment section, here:

Fall 2019  Screenings

We are excited to offer this fine lineup of film screenings this Fall.
All showings are free and open to the public.
Download a pdf of the schedule

Date Film Country Language
Aug. 22-23 The Hunt for Wilderpeople New Zealand, 2016 English, NR, 101 mins
Aug. 29-30 Mademoiselle Paradis Austria, 2017 In German with English subtitles, NR, 97 mins
Sep. 5 and 7 At Eye Level (Auf Augenhöhe)* Germany, 2016 In German with English subtitles, NR, 106 mins
Sep. 12 and 14 Westwind* Germany, 2011 In German with English subtitles, NR, 89 mins
Sep. 19 and 21 The Architects (Die Architekten)* Germany, 1990 In German with English subtitles, NR, 102 mins
Sep. 26 and 28 Transit Camp Friedland* Germany, 2015 Documentary, NR, 85 mins
Oct. 3 and 5 This is Our Land (Chez Nous) Belgium, 2018 PG, 117 mins
Oct. 17 and 19 Shoplifters Japan, 2018 In Japanese with English subtitles, R, 121 mins
Oct. 24 and 26 Altiplano Peru/Belgium, 2009 In English, French, Spanish, Quechua, NR 109 mins

Fall 2019 Cinema International Poster


This semester Cinema International is proud to present a German Film Special, with support from the Goethe Institut. We also appreciate the support of the College of Humanities and Fine Arts, the Department of Student Affairs, the Institute of International Studies, the Departments of History, Psychology, Global Languages and Theatre Arts, and Business.



Watch the WKMS interview with Dr. Thérèse Saint Paul and the founder of Cinema International, retired professor Dr. Mike Waag.


Dr. Thérèse Saint Paul
Global Languages and Theatre Arts