NOW PLAYING: Traverse City Film Festival, Cleveland Cinematheque, Salt Lake Film Society and more!

Films from the Global Lens 2011 film series are now playing at the following venues and festivals across the U.S. and Canada:

Brooks Museum of Art/Indie Memphis (Memphis, TN):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendar for screening information

Cinema St. Louis/Webster University (St. Louis, MO):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendarfor screening information

Global Lens now playing on Virgin American flights!

Northwest Film Center (Portland, OR):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendar for screening information

Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs, CA):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendar for screening information

Salt Lake Film Society (Salt Lake City, UT):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendar for screening information

Tampa Museum of Art/Gasparilla International Film Festival (Tampa, FL):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendar for screening information

University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign, IL):
Presenting the complete Global Lens 2011 film series
Check the film calendar for screening information

Cleveland Cinematheque (Cleveland, OH):
A USEFUL LIFE (dir. Federico, Veiroj, Uruguay)
August 8th-12th

Vancouver Latin American Film Festival (Vancouver, BC, Canada):
A USEFUL LIFE (dir. Federico, Veiroj, Uruguay)
September 1st-11th

Traverse City Film Festival (Traverse City, MI):
THE WHITE MEADOWS (dir. Mohammad Rasoulof, Iran)
July 26th-31st

Meaford International Film Festival (Meaford, ON, Canada):
THE WHITE MEADOWS (dir. Mohammad Rasoulof, Iran)
September 1st-4th

Cornell Cinema (Ithaca, NY):
A USEFUL LIFE (dir. Federico, Veiroj, Uruguay)
THE LIGHT THIEF (dir. Aktan Arym Kubat, Kyrzygstan)
THE WHITE MEADOWS (dir. Mohammad Rasoulof, Iran)
September 1st-17th

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