The First Friday Foreign Film series will run from December through May. The first Friday of each month, the Hibbing Community College Planetarium will show an independent foreign film. Admission will always be free. Showtime is 7pm. The film line up includes independent films from across the world:
- The Apprentice, October 5, 2018
- The Ardennes, November 2, 2018
- My King, December 7, 2018
- LaFamilia, February 1, 2019
- The Third Murder, March 1, 2019
The First Friday Foreign Films program is funded by the HCC Multicultural Club and HCC Arts Guild thanks to support by HCC Activities. Questions can be directed to Miriam Kero, Diversity Officer, at 218-263-2969.
A brief description of the films you can expect this fall is included below:
When Aiman, an ambitious, 28-year old Malay correctional officer, is transferred to the territory’s highest-security prison, he quickly catches the attention of the seasoned chief executioner, Rahim. Aiman’s desire to become the hangman’s apprentice, however, is not only professional, but born of an unspeakable urge to reconnect with a haunted past. Far from being a conventional prison film, this slow-burning psychological thriller provides a stunning look at all the lives affected by capital punishment.
In Malay with English subtitles. Unrated.
Brothers Kenny and Dave are two Flemish hoodlums whose criminal ineptitude results in Kenny taking the fall after a heist goes wrong. Four years later, Kenny is out of prison, but things have drastically changed. His girlfriend, Sylvie, has moved in with his brother, Dave, and is pregnant with his baby. Eventually, Kenny’s feral impulses put the brothers on the wrong side of the law again, leading to an ominous collusion with Kenny’s old cellmate amid a gallery of bizarre characters in the forests of the Ardennes.
Flemish and French with English subtitles. Unrated
Admitted to a rehabilitation center after a serious ski accident, Tony becomes dependent on the medical staff and pain relievers while looking back on a turbulent relationship she experienced with Georgio. Who is this man that she loved so deeply, and how did she allow herself to submit to this suffocating and destructive passion? For Tony, the physical work of healing my finally set her free.
French with English subtitles. Unrated.
Beyond the Classroom (BtC) is a zero-credit, no cost learning experience that takes place outside the traditional classroom. It is driven by a student's interests and is flexible in time and place. There are three options for BtC Fall Semester 2018. Please click the links for descriptions on each BtC group.
1. CCC Community, Cause, Compassion - Led by Mary Iozzo
2. Exploring Psychology - Led by Jessie Lundquist
3. Latte Ladies - Led by Jill Reini
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When will the Tobacco Use policy take effect?
A. The policy prohibiting any use of tobacco on college property goes into effect August 1, 2018.
Q. What is considered a tobacco product and prohibited by the policy?
A. Any form of tobacco such as cigar, cigarette, snuff, chewing tobacco, smokeless pouches, loose-leaf tobacco, pipes, hookah, e-cigarettes, e-cigars, and any electronic oral device not specifically approved by the U.S. Food and Drug administration for use in medical treatment.
Q. Who is affected by this policy?
A. All College and dental clinic employees, students, visitors, and contractors must comply with the policy.
Q. How is the policy going to be enforced?
A. Individuals can enforce the policy by politely letting anyone using tobacco know that the policy is in place. Tell them we do not allow the use of tobacco products of any kind on our campus and we appreciate their respect for our campus environment. Repeated abuse of the policy by staff and faculty will be addressed by the Provost and Human Resources; students who repeatedly abuse the policy will meet with the Dean of Academics.
Q. How is Hibbing Community College going to help employees and students who want to quit using tobacco?
A. The College will provide resources for students and employees to obtain cessation help. Brochures, pamphlets, and other cessation materials and resources will be found in Student Services, Employee mailroom, Commons, and other locations across the campus.
Q. What are some resources including phone apps to help me become tobacco-free?
NCI QuitPal – Free smartphone app https://digital.gov/2013/03/14/nci-quitpal-app/
SmokefreeTXT – sign up at Smokefree.gov
(different groups for teens, pregnant women, Vets, and those who want to quit dip)
MyQuit Coach – Free app from LIVESTRONG in the App Store
QuitPlan - provides free phone counseling, nicotine patches, gum and lozenges to those who
Blue Cross and Blue Plus members - Quitting tobacco support line – Call toll-free 1-888-662-BLUE (2583)
iBook - Read a motivational tip each day for 50 days to help you conquer tobacco and quit
smoking for good with Sure-Fire, Fifty-Day Way to Stop Smoking – iBook
Quit for Life – provides an expert telephone coach, nicotine replacement aids, and a workbook.
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