On Sunday, February 9, escape the winter doldrums and join us for an award-winning film, Antonia’s Line. Strong-willed Antonia recalls life on her Dutch farm in the decades after World War II, recounting tales of quirky villagers and of her descendants. Magical and painterly, the film cycles through life’s seasons and passions – planting, harvest, love, hate, sex, birth, death. A paean to independent, spirited women. Directed by Marleen Gorris, 1995, Netherlands, in Dutch with English subtitles, 103 minutes. Movie begins at 7 PM in McCathran Hall, discussion to follow. Movie is free to all, no ticket required.