Dege Legg

Bayou Bijou fall film schedule

by Dege Legg

The Bayou Bijou Theater in the UL Student Union begins its Fall Film Series. The series is dedicated to bringing a provocative, adventurous, and exciting set of films from throughout the world—none of them previously screened in Lafayette—to our community. Fees are modest ($2 for students with school ID, $3 for all others) and season tickets are available at the door and at the UL Student Union Information Desk. Show times are Mondays at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. For more information call 482-6940 or 482-5478. This semester’s schedule is as follows:

Sept. 15L'Iceberg, Directed by Dominic Abel, Giona Gordon, (Belgium), 2005, 84 min. Not Rated.

Sept. 22 - 4 Months, 3 Weeks, and 2 Days. Directed by Cristian Mungiu (Romania), 2007, 113 min. Not Rated.

Sept. 29 - Exiled. Directed by Johnny To (Hong Kong), 2006, 110 min. Rated R.

Oct. 6 - T_axi to the Dark Side._ Directed by Alex Gibney (USA), 2007, 106 min. Rated R.

Oct. 13 - Duck Season. Directed by Fernando Eimbcke (Mexico), 2004, 90 min. Rated R.

Oct. 20 - Bamako. Directed by Abderrahmane Sissako (USA/France/Mali), 2006, 115 min. Not Rated.

Oct. 27 - Three . . . Extremes. Directed by Fruit Chan (Hong Kong), Chan-wook Park (Korea), Takashi Miike (Japan), 2005, 125 min. Rated R.

Nov. 3 - Persepolis. Directed by Vincent Paronnaud, Marjane Satrapi (USA/France), 2007, 95 min. Not Rated.

Nov. 10 - Day Night Day Night. Directed by Julia Loktev (USA/France/Germany), 2007, 94 min. Not Rated.

Nov. 17 - Double Feature: King of Kong. Directed by Seth Gordon (USA), 2007, 79 min. Rated PG-13; and The Call of Cthulhu. Directed by Andrew Leman (USA), 2005, 47 min. Rated R.