Chinese Film Series
Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies

The film series of the Center for Chinese Studies continues to present outstanding films from the People's Republic of China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan as well as the United States which reflect the diversity and sophistication of current Chinese cinema. The Chinese language films are subtitled in English and provide an opportunity for non-Chinese speakers to learn about Chinese culture and society. Occasional film events of this center allow for an opportunity to meet with specific directors and hear them discuss their work. The series is free and open to the public. Schedules for the series are available from the China Center and from the CCS website by month.

German Film Institute

Since 2004, Michigan has been hosting the biannual German Film Institute. This event brings together eminent scholars in the field of German Film Studies for a week-long seminar of screenings and intensive discussions.

Japanese Film Series
Center for Japanese Studies

For over 30 years, CJS has offered annual film series that are free and open to the public. The summer series typically runs for 4-6 consecutive Fridays in July and August. The fall film series begins at the end of September and runs through November. For more information about CJS's film series, both past and present, please email umcjs@umich.edu.

Korean Film Series, Screenings, and Festivals
Nam Center for Korean Studies

The University of Michigan Nam Center for Korean Studies sponsors two film events annually: A2KIFF, The Ann Arbor Korean Independent Film Festival, and Korean Cinema NOW.

Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival

The Ann Arbor Polish Film Festival is an annual cultural event organized by the Polish Cultural Fund—Ann Arbor in cooperation with the Polish-American Congress Ann Arbor Chapter, the University of Michigan's Polish Club, and the University of Michigan. Since its beginning in 1993, the Festival has promoted Polish culture by offering audiences an opportunity to see a broad range of narrative forms and visual styles present in contemporary Polish cinema, including documentaries, animated shorts, and feature films.


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