Jewish Noir – New Budapest Orpheum Society


Jewish NoirCabaret, Film, Song, and the Crisis of European Modernity

On the eve of the Sixth Beloit International Film Festival, the Beloit College Music Department presents an evening of 1930’s and 1940’s cabaret music and commentary.

New Budapest Orpheum Society

Led by:
Victor E. Ferrall, Artist-in-Residence
Philip Bohlman, University of Chicago Professor of Ethnomusicology

Date: Wednesday Feb. 16th
Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Eaton Chapel, Beloit College
Admission: FREE
More information: 608-363-2000 Beloit College


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Beloit College Students Explore Islam

Rated: G
Director: Beloit College Students
Length: 90 min
Documentary | Drama

Thursday: 2:30pm – Hendricks Art Center 1  Buy Tickets
Saturday: 12:00pm – Hendricks Art Center 2  Buy Tickets

Website: Beloit College

Beloit College students’ examination of Islam and its impact on our lives.

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B.C. Help Yourself Program

Rated: PG
Director: Tom Owenby
Documentary | Short

filmmaker on site Friday: 12:00pm – Hendricks Art Center 1  Buy Tickets
filmmaker on site Sunday: 12:00pm – Beloit Library  Buy Tickets

The Ghosts of Beloit
The Best Ice Cream and Cookies in Beloit
The History of Edwards Ice Arena
A Day in the Life at BMHS

The Beloit College’s Help Yourself Program presents short films directed and scripted by its students exploring Beloit through their eyes.

Help Yourself, now in its 25th year at Beloit College, works to facilitate academic success, college access, and career education for 150 6th-12th grade students from the greater Beloit community. Help Yourself Programs aim to broaden horizons, stir imaginations, and alter student views of themselves and their futures. The state and college funded program continues through high school and offers high-achieving, qualifying students full Neese Scholarships to attend Beloit College.

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Lumiere D’Ampoule


This film is included in Short Slot 12

Rated:  G
Director: Joe Kirschling       Producer: Joe Kirschling
Length: 10 min

Amazingly creative shorts using photos in video. Gina T’ai faculty Beloit College  makes dancing for the camera films and videos with her collaborator, Joe Kirschling.  L’umiere D’Ampoule is the recipient of the Best Student Work Award, Dancing for the Camera Film Festival at the American Dance Festival, 2007.