Friday night, this film festival gets a little randy. So if you want sex, tonight's the night to go. A festival tradition, this night will feature screenings of vintage sex-education films from around that world that will appall and amuse, as well as films that cover current global sexual-health topics that may just enlighten viewers as to how far we still have to go in terms of reproductive health. Not all films are for laughs, however. La Vida No es Justa and Hababka kala durkinta carruurta focus on sexual health in Minnesota for Latino/Latina and Somali communities respectively. Mia Nair's Migration, a film promoting AIDS awareness to India also screens. All films are followed or preceded by panel talks with experts. For a complete list of films, visit www.sph.umn.edu/filmfest09.
Fri., April 10, 5:30 p.m., 2009