Students have the opportunity to see Academy Award Best Picture-winner “Moonlight” tonight (October 4) as part of the School of Arts and Science’s latest film series, dubbed Black Films Matter. The series seeks to provide a space for discussion regarding race relations post-Ferguson. “This series happened to coincide with an extremely tense time in the United States surrounding the issue of race,” Said Dr.
"Yeelen," a movie shown as part of the Contemporary Global Cinema film series on campus, was shown on Oct. 12 in Walker Auditorium. English professor Dr. David Swain chose "Yeelen," directed by Souleymane Cissé, to include in this semester’s global theme for the series that has been occurring every semester since 2011. “When my co-organizers and I were planning this series, we wanted to
Dr. David Swain, a Professor of English here at Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU), along with Colin Root and Vanessa Rocco, Assistant Professors of Fine Arts and Humanities, have put together this year’s Film Series around the theme “Contemporary Global Cinema.” Starting Sept. 28 and continuing throughout the year, students can attend a variety of foreign films and enjoy free popcorn. The screenings are