Please join us for a FREE special screening of The Tale of Princess Kaguya on April 23rd at the Kress Cinema and Lounge!

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We are pleased to announce that the IFS will now have FREE admission for UNC students AND community members!

The International Film Series at the University of Northern Colorado was established in 1973 as a faculty initiative with volunteer student support. While the series is spearheaded by student volunteers and staff, faculty and staff from the English Department's Film Studies program provide the leadership and administrative support for the series. The International Film Series is made possible by the many faculty, staff, and students from across campus who volunteer their time out of a common desire to show important international films to UNC students and members of the Greeley community.

The IFS is also planning special events and screenings for Spring 2015. If you work with a student organization that would like to co-sponsor a future IFS film screening, or if you'd like to become involved in planning future incarnations of the series, please contact student director Antonio Hill for more information.

IFS General Information

The International Film Series is a volunteer effort. If you would like to help out, e-mail us or email faculty advisor Sarah Cornish.

If you would like to learn more about film studies, visit the Film Studies web site and find out about film courses, faculty, and the Film Studies Minor at UNC.