Posts Tagged ‘film’

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 […]

Anthony Screens New Film in London and Athens

Alexandra Anthony (Senior Critic, Film, Animation + Video) will be screening her new documentary film Lost in the Bewilderness on 03/21/16 at the University of Roehampton, London, followed by the Athens Premier on 03/30/16 starting at 6:45pm at the Moraitis School (Al. Papanastasiou). The Athens Premiere will be a fundraiser for the THEOTOKOS school for children with […]

Gizycki’s films at film festivals

A documentary by Marcin Gizycki (Senior Lecturer, History of Art and Visual Culture) and Peter O’Neill (Professor, Film/Animation/Video), “A Magic-Lantern Life: The Story of American Magic-Lantern Theater,” will be shown at the New Haven International Film Festival on November 14 at 9:00 am. The film is part of the official selection. Another short film by […]

Fessler Exhibition & Screening in London

A film by Ann Fessler (Professor, Photography), Along the Pale Blue River, is currently on exhibition through January 5, 2014 at the The Foundling Museum in London. The exhibition is a part of “Home Truths: Photography & Motherhood,” a two-venue exhibition held jointly with The Photographers’ Gallery, London. Fessler traveled to London in connection with […]