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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 >
Title: “Popular Music and the Transformation of the Disney Channel.”
Speaker: Tyler Bickford, Assistant Professor of English and Director of the Children’s Literature Program
"Maurice Pialat, Abdellatif Kechiche, Bruno Dumont: Cinema and the Challenge of the Body"
Rémi Fontanel teaches film studies at the University of Lyon 2 (France). His...View >
Jen Saffron is the Director of Communications for the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council, and is an adjunct instructor in Communications at Grove City College, formerly adjunct in the English...View >
WU Wenguang, one of the founding figures in Chinese independent documentary, brings three young filmmakers from China to present their collective work, “the Memory Project.” The project is based...View >
"Filmmaking Degree Zero"
Pavle Levi is Associate Professor of Film Studies in the Department of Art & Art History at Stanford. He is also Director of Stanford'...View >