Anthropology’s popular Global Visions Film Series will bring an exciting array of films to the community of Grand Forks for the eighth consecutive year. The Global Visions Film Series presents two films per month in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl on the campus of UND.
The series is currently the only venue in Grand Forks to view award-winning, nationally recognized independent films from a wide variety of contemporary filmmakers around the world.
All films begin at 7 p.m. on various Wednesday evenings (changed from Tuesdays). The series will continue from now until May in the UND Memorial Union Lecture Bowl. The series is free and open to the public. Suggested donations of &1 are encouraged.
Film-goers are encouraged to come early to ensure a seat. The final film of the Global Visions Film Series is "Terror’s Advocate," which is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 4, in the Memorial Union Lecture Bowl.
Global Visions Film Series is sponsored by the Anthropology Club Student Organization, is partially funded by the SOFA (Student Organization Funding Association) of North Dakota, and directed by Department of Anthropology Associate Professor, Marcia Mikulak.