The College of Arts and Letters is hosting two film festivals this semester on the NAU campus.
The college’s 10th annual spring film series is themed “More family: Not family friendly,” and includes screenings of Fargo, Cape Fear and The Godfather. The free events begin at 7 p.m. every Tuesday through April 30 in the Cline Library Assembly Hall. See the full schedule here.
Local film experts will lead introductions before each film, with post-screening conversation led by Paul Helford, principal lecturer in the School of Communication, and Paul Donnelly, associate professor of comparative cultural studies.
The college’s international film series is in its third year and focuses on “Asia: Identity and Agency.” The free film series screens at 7 p.m. Wednesday nights through April 24 in room 120 of the Liberal Arts building. See the full schedule here.