Cal Student Film Pass is Your Passport to Great Films Published: October 14, 2014 By: Andy Sohn Are you a film buff but can’t fit the price of a movie ticket into your student budget? Cal Student Film Pass will help you save money on your film outings and help expose you to your new favorite film. The new program allows U.C. Berkeley students to watch an unlimited amount of regular-priced movies at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (BAM/PFA) for just $35 a semester. Students are able to watch a plethora of international and domestic movies ranging from the silent era to modern day hits without paying for a ticket each time. A current film series, Eyes Wide: The Films of Stanley Kubrick , will be screening until October 31. The series spans Kubrick’s career from his first movie in 1953, Fear and Desire to Eyes Wide Shut, which was released posthumously in 1999. Another excellent film series , Jean Luc-Godard: Expect Everything from Cinema showcases films from the French New Wave Director between 1968-1979 and is screening until October 23 Cal Student Film Passes can be purchased from the PFA Theater box office during regular hours. For more information about the passes and to see a schedule of films, visit the BAM/PFA website.