February 9 This is America: To Die For
Film Streams' repertory series curated by Ira Madison III

Film Streams' winter repertory series, curated by culture writer Ira Madison III, corresponds with Joslyn's special exhibition 30 Americans--the first major exhibition in Omaha to survey the work of contemporary African American artists, featuring work created over the past three decades by nationally and internationally recognized artists of color. 30 Americans offers a challenging--and at times disconcerting--account of race in the United States, and how our shared history continues to shape the ways we interact and engage with our fellow citizens today. 

This is America complements the vision and mission of this groundbreaking exhibition. The series includes ten provocative films that use innovative form, technical mastery, and daring subject matter to represent a spectrum of experience.
To Die For
1995: Directed by Gus Van Sant

Nicole Kidman is a celebrity--obsessed small-town newswoman with deadly ambitions. With Matt Dillon and baby Joaquin Phoenix, from a script by Buck Henry. USA; 106 min; rated R.


Unless otherwise noted, all screenings are held at Film Streams at the Ruth Sokolof Theater (1340 Mike Fahey Street). Visit Film Streams for showtimes and ticket prices. 

Discounted Tickets: At Film Streams, $2 off regular priced ticket for This is America series film with a Joslyn membership card or 30 Americans exhibition ticket stub. For discounted tickets online, see Joslyn NOW members magazine. At Joslyn, $2 off general public/college student ticket to 30 Americans with a Film Streams membership card or ticket stub from a This is America series film. Advance tickets can be purchased at filmstreams.org or at the box office inside Film Streams' Ruth Sokolof Theater.

Film Streams' repertory programming is supported by Omaha Steaks.