About Dark Water
Dark Water is a modern Japanese horror film first released in 2002 to world-wide acclaim. Originally taken from the novel "Floating Water," the story follows the eerie tale of a divorced mother and her daughter as they try to settle into a new apartment with consistent water.
You are invited to a free screening of this with an introduction and discussion led by Ted Hovet, Associate Professor of English and director of the Film Studies minor. Snacks will be provided. 6:30pm-9:30pm.
Faculty House - Swipeable Event
Snacks Provided - Film Discussion
Calendar of Events
- Que Tan Lejos (Equador): September 26, 2014
- Dark Water (Japan): October 24, 2014
- Smoke Signals (Native America): November 14, 2014
- Une Hirondelle (France): February 20, 2015
- Uncle Boonmee (Thailand): March 20, 2015
- Caramel (Lebanon): April 17, 2015
All the films will start at 6:30 pm in Faculty House
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