Movie nights at EAS offer an exciting and engaging way to explore the rich cinematic treasures of East Asian cultures. Featuring a diverse selection of films from countries such as Japan, China, Korea, and more, these movie nights provide a window into the region's history, traditions, and contemporary issues. The screenings are accompanied by insightful discussions led by knowledgeable faculty or guest speakers, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of East Asian cinema. Whether it's a classic masterpiece or a modern blockbuster, movie nights at EAS create a captivating and immersive cultural experience for all attendees.
Join us for Movie Night with the Chinese Language Program. Immerse yourself in the captivating world of East Asian cinema as we present the critically acclaimed film "To Live." This cinematic gem, directed by Zhang Yimou, takes you on a poignant journey through modern Chinese history, offering insights into the resilience of its people under political changes. Our movie nights at EAS provide a unique opportunity to explore the cultural treasures of East Asia, and "To Live" is no exception. Following the screening, engage in a thought-provoking discussion led by our knowledgeable faculty, delving deeper into the film's themes and historical context. Don't miss this chance to enrich your understanding of East Asian culture through the magic of cinema.