Cinema Studies Events - Fall 2015
Tiny: A Story About Living Small
November 18, 2015
Screening and discussion with filmmaker Merete Mueller.Read More.
Calypso Rose, The Lioness of the Jungle
November 13, 2015
Screening followed by a conversation with director Pascale Obolo.Read More.
Ivone Margulies on Cinema’s Existential Arena
November 11, 2015
A talk examining two celebrity biopics: Sophia Loren, Her Own Story, where Loren plays herself and her mother, and Carlo Velo’s Torero (1956), a film that retraces Luis Procuna the Mexican matador, intercutting newsreel footage of the actual Procuna (as well as a host of other bullfighters) with reconstructed scenes of his awaited return to the arena.Read More.
Archives at Risk: Protecting World Identities
November 7, 2015
An eclectic screening of archival films, video art, recently produced documentaries, and more.Read More.
Pasolini's Body: a screening and discussion
November 4, 2015
In this screening, filmmaker Cathy Lee Crane and scholar Karen Pinkus present two films — Pasolini's Notes Towards an African Orestes and Crane's own Pasolini's Last Words — that interrogate the late career of Pier Paolo Pasolini.Read More.
Memory and Illumination: The Films of Marc Karlin
October 30 - November 1, 2015
The first US retrospective of Marc Karlin's films, including controversial explorations of the emergent women's liberation movement he made with the Berwick Street Film Collective, his chronicles of the aftermaths of the Nicaraguan Revolution, his idiosyncratic response to the ascendancy of Rupert Murdoch and to the mysteries of Cy Twombly's art, and his enduringly resonant speculations on the drifting politics of the post-1989 period.Read More.
NY, NY: A Century of City Symphony Films
October 28, 2015
Archivist and curator Jon Gartenberg provides an overview of the genre of City Symphony Films produced in New York City, extending from the period of early cinema at the dawn of the 20th century through to the digital works of the first decade of 21st Century, as seen through the lens of independent and experimental filmmakers.Read More.
Cinema Studies Alumni Weekend
October 23-24, 2015
Alumna Susan Ohmer (PhD ‘97) returns to the Department of Cinema Studies alongside fellow Notre Dame film professor Donald Crafton to share their experiences teaching about Disney to students in business, film and television, and digital production.Read More.
October 21, 2015
The 6th Annual Experimental Lecture organized by the Departments of Cinema Studies and Undergraduate Film and Television.Read More.
Rutgers Home Movie Day 2015
October 17, 2015
An annual celebration of amateur films and filmmaking, providing the opportunity for individuals and families to see and share their own home movies with an audience of their community, and to see their neighbors’ in turn.Read More.
Film Costume / Rendering Realities
October 17, 2015
Bringing together those who work in costume, cinema, and scholarship, with an emphasis on discussion, research and an interchange of ideas, this is an examination and celebration of one of cinema’s most crucial arts.Read More.
Experimental Japanese Film of the 1960s
October 14, 2015
Experimental Films of the 1960s by Motoharu Jonouchi, Masao Adachi, and Katsuhiro Tomita screened in 16mm.Read More.
October 9, 2015
Screening and a Q&A session with director Abhay Kumar.Read More.
Keywords in Subversive Film/Media Aesthetics
October 7, 2015
Video presentation to celebrate new book launch with authors Robert Stam, Richard Porton, and Leo Goldsmith.Read More.
SUFFRAGETTE - Special Pre-Release Screening
October 5, 2015
Screening introduced (via Skype from London) by Director Sarah Gavron.Read More.
Memories Look At Me
October 5, 2015
Screening and a discussion with filmmaker Song Fang.Read More.
Margarita with a Straw
October 2, 2015
Screening and a discussion with Director Shonali Bose.Read More.
Day of Community: International Exchange
October 2, 2015
An event dedicated to international initiatives led by Cinema Studies graduate students.Read More.
Portal of Call: A Maritime Economy of Film
September 30, 2015
A talk by Kay Dickinson, associate film studies professor and author, about how Dubai's cinematic capital and creative labour are managed geopolitically .Read More.
An Ordinary Election: Documentary Screening & Discussion
September 18, 2015
Screening and discussion with filmmaker Lalit Vachani.Read More.
3rd Annual George Stoney Memorial Presentation
September 16, 2015
Screening of Happy Collaborator, a documentary portrait on George Stoney, followed by a discussion with the filmmaker and Stoney’s former NYU colleagues/film collaborators featured in the film, Jim Brown and David Bagnall.Read More.
Us & Them: Korean Indie Rock in a K-Pop World
September 14, 2015
A screening and discussion introduced by producer Stephen Epstein.Read More.