MSU Library Film Series - The Mill and The Cross
(Exhibits (Museum, Gardens, ...))
Part of the MSU Library Film Series and co-sponsored by the Department of Art, Art History & Design, "The Mill and the Cross" will screen on campus in the Main Library. The film is presented by Susan Bandes, Department of Art, Art History & Design and is described by the Village Voice as: more information...
"An extraordinary example of both art-historical interpretation and CGI as passport to unknown lands, The Mill and the Cross, based on a book by Michael Francis Gibson, is a moving-image tribute to the still image, with its ability to "wrestle the senseless moment to the ground." The subject is The Way to Calvary, the year 1564, the place Flanders. The signer of that vast canvas, Pieter Bruegel the Elder (Rutger Hauer), takes a hillside vantage to scout out faces for his painting." (The Village Voice, September 14, 2011)
FREE parking is available in stadium lot 62E on Red Cedar Road after 6:00pm. The Main Library is wheelchair accessible via the north entrance. Persons with disabilities may request accommodations by calling Birdie Beck at 517.884.6454 one week before an event. Requests received after that time will be met when possible.