Posts Tagged ‘film’

Pallavi Paul Artist Lecture 11/09, 4:00PM

Artist Lecture: November 9, 4-6pm Metcalf Auditorium, Chace Center 20 North Main Street, Providence RI “Pallavi Paul’s primary medium is video and installation. Her work refuses a pigeonhole and insists on new horizons: “Using the disruption between ‘reality image’ and ‘documentary’ as a starting point, she attempts to create a laboratory of possibilities which tests […]

Anthony’s Film at Academic Conference

Alexandra Anthony (Senior Critic, Film Animation Video) recently had her feature documentary film, Lost in the Bewilderness, featured as the subject of a paper presented at the Modern Greek Studies Association International Symposium on November 3, 2017. There paper, presented by Dr. Anastasia Bakogianni from Massey University in Auckland, was entitled, Caught Between Two Worlds: Documenting the Experience […]

‘Theatrum Magicum’ Shown at International Film Festival

Marcin Gizycki’s (Senior Lecturer, History of Art + Visual Culture) film Theatrum Magicum has won the award for the best experimental short at Festival de Cine de Santa Cruz. The film will be shown at the Flickers’ Rhode Island International Film Festival on 12th August 2017 at the Moses Brown School: Woodman Family Community and […]

Anthony Film Receives Greek Gifts

Alexandra Anthony (Senior Critic, Film Animation + Video) whose film Lost in the Bewilderness recently completed a second one week theatrical run at the Alkyonis Art Cinema and has opened at a second theater, namely, the New Studio Art Cinema in central Athens. The film was also broadcast on the Greek national television channel ERT, and […]

Hlynsky Films Featured in MOCA-Hiroshima Video Series

Dennis Hlynsky (Professor, Film Animation + Video) is among a group of video artists from around the world whose work is being featured at the Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art (1-1 Hijiyama koen). Hlynsky has two films featured in the series, the first Fruit Flies Draw a Bowl of  Ripe Fruit from Above shows the cumulative paths of […]

Lambrecht Lecturers on The Cuetos: Four Generations of Puppeteers

Winifred Lambrecht (Senior Lecturer, History Philosophy + the Social Sciences) gave an interactive class, via Skype, to film students at Gallaudet University on the 6th April 2016, which included a screening of her film The Cuetos: Four Generations of Puppeteers. After the screening Lambrecht took part in an American Sign Language Q&A session with students. Gallaudet […]