The University of Arizona

Cine Mexico Premiers the Best of Mexico Cinema - for Free

UANews | February 28, 2012
The UA and the Consulate of Mexico Tucson present the annual Tucson Cine Mexico, a free, four-day celebration of Mexican cinema that runs Feb. 29 through March 4. The event features a screening of "Miss Bala," Mexico's submission to the Academy Awards for Best Foreign Language Film.

UA to Screen Navajo, Hopi Environment Films

UANews | February 21, 2012
Two films that address the social, health and environmental effects of energy production on the Navajo and Hopi lands will be shown at the UA on Feb. 23, followed by panel discussions with Navajo and Hopi environmental leaders and Arizona energy experts.

Arab Spring, One Year Later

UANews | February 20, 2012
Michigan history professor Juan R.I. Cole will discuss the monumental changes that have reshaped much of the Middle East over the last year. This is the 20th anniversary of the Sabbagh Lecture, held each year by the UA School of Anthropology.

Industry Execs, Network Showrunners Share Experiences

UANews | February 14, 2012
Professionals who have worked on television shows such as "Person of Interest," "Alcatraz," "The New Girl," "The Mentalist," "The Vampire Diaries" and "The Office" will give a free public talk at the UA on Feb. 18. The event, a panel discussion, is sponsored by the UA Hanson Film Institute and the Tucson Film Office.

Centennial Lecture Spotlights Arizona's Hispanic Community

UANews | February 13, 2012
UA anthropology professor Thomas E. Sheridan will present his lecture, "The Sleeping Giant vs. the Politics of Fear," at Special Collections on Feb. 14, the day of Arizona's centennial year.

UA and Arizona's Centennial, Now and Then

UANews | February 13, 2012
Involving artists, engineers, foreign language instructors, filmmakers, environmental scholars and new media studies specialists, the Arizona Centennial Project team is developing a new way to see the UA in the history of Arizona’s statehood.