Each Fall and Spring semester the Rush Library Film Series brings free screenings of documentary, foreign, and independent films to the Florida SouthWestern State College community. Faculty Librarian and U.S. History Professor Jane Bigelow leads a discussion after each screening. Email with suggestions for future screenings.

Past Screenings
Now Playing — Spring 2014

Film Premiere & Director Q&A

"When elephants fight, it’s the grass that suffers." –African Proverb

Filmmaker Mike Ramsdell on location in the Congo.

The documentary film, When Elephants Fight, directed by Michigan based filmmaker Mike Ramsdell, will premiere at Florida SouthWestern State College on Friday, February 7, at 7pm in the Rush Library Auditorium, J 103. When Elephants Fight documents mineral exploitation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and what we can do to stop it. A Q&A with the director will follow the screening.

Friday, February 7, 7pm
Rush Library Auditorium, J 103, Lee Campus

This film screening is co-hosted by the Office of Student Life and the Diversity Alliance.

Click here for more information about the filmmaker and his work.