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Abdellah is a young gay man navigating the sexual, racial and political climate of Morocco. Growing...
Please come celebrate the end of the academic year and recently published books by our faculty! Graduate students will introduce each book and then moderate a Q&A with the faculty authors....View >
UHC COMPOSING DIGITAL MEDIA SERVICE LEARNING: Lessons from the PEERS Media Project
Please join us for a presentation of work by the Fall 2014 UHC section of Composing...View >
Disruptive Directing: Fabrications and Falsehoods in William Greaves’s Symbiopscyhotaxiplasm: Take One (1968)
This talk focuses on three early films by Bigas Luna: Bilbao (1978) and Caniche (1979) and Lola (1986), often regarded as a ‘sex trilogy’. It starts with a brief discussion of the...
Join faculty, peers, and other students interested in creating media. At the symposium students will learn how to create a web series, short film, and more!!
The web series panel will be...View >
Nontheatrical Film History, Race, and the Case of Felicia (1965)
Shot by three student filmmakers at UCLA, Felicia is about a teenage girl living in Watts, California. The...View >
Please join fellow Film Studies Undergraduate Alumni, current students, and faculty for a Career and Networking Event...View >
Transnational Blackface, Neo-Minstrelsy, and the “French Eddie Murphy” in Intouchables (2011)
David Pettersen, Assistant Professor of...View >
The University of Pittsburgh invites you to the screening of the award-winning LGBT documentary Mala Mala on February 6, 4pm, at Posvar Hall 1500. Celebrated by critics as a “landmark”...View >