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The Murray State Cinema International season continues with El techo, or On the Roof, a 2017 Cuban film directed by Patricia Ramos. Program director, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, speaks with Tracy Ross about the lighthearted romantic comedy's upcoming screenings.

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Murray State Cinema International continues its series on gender representation and 5-film Spanish language festival with El regreso, or The Return, this weekend. Program director Dr. Thérèse St. Paul speaks with Tracy Ross about the upcoming film and its director, writer, and star, Hernán Jiménez.

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Murray State's Cinema International will present its first Chilean film of the 2020 season this weekend. Director of Cinema International, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, visits the Sounds Good studio to discuss the upcoming screening of Niñas Araña (or Spider Thieves).

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Murray State Cinema International will continue its theme of women-featured French films with Madame Hyde. Director of Cinema International, Dr. Thérèse St. Paul, visits Sounds Good to discuss the upcoming screening.

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The next film in the 2019 Cinema International series highlights the fear and resentment that permeated Europe following Donald Trump's election in the United States. Director of Murray State's Cinema International, Thérèse St. Paul, Ph.D., visits Sounds Good to discuss the film. 

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Almost thirty years ago, the concrete barrier separating East and West Berlin was torn down. Murray State's Cinema International program will be presenting two films having to do with the Berlin Wall this week and next. Program director, Thérèse Saint Paul, Ph.D., visits Sounds Good to discuss the upcoming screenings.

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Murray State's Cinema International program has been a long-loved staple of the MSU community, bringing thoughtful, comedic, and inspiring films of every genre and from every country to the western Kentucky campus. Director of Cinema International, Dr. Thérèse Saint Paul, visits Sounds Good to discuss the program's new schedule and upcoming screenings. 

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Murray State's Cinema International will present a Friday-only special showing of Here to Be Heard: The Story of the Slits, the world's first all-girl punk band. Original drummer, Paloma McLardy, and MSU Dept. of History chair, Kathy Callahan, Ph.D., visit Sounds Good to discuss the upcoming screening.

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This weekend, Murray State's Cinema International will feature a documentary showcasing an epidemic in your own backyard. Howard Whiteman, Ph.D., MSU professor of biology, and Moses Fritz, Ph.D., MSU professor of Spanish, visit Sounds Good to discuss the issue and upcoming screenings of DarkWater

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The next two films presented by MSU Cinema International explore themes of religiosity, war and peace, and how humanity falls in line with the two. Dr. David Pizzo and Dr. Christine Lindner visit Sounds Good to discuss the upcoming films and discussions. 

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