Posts Tagged ‘film’

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 […]

“The Silk Road of Pop” Screening

In this documentary about rap crews, rockstars, and their fans in the northwest of China, director Sameer Farooq (MFA GD 2014) shows that the Central Asian music scene is alive and roaring. On the distant northwest edge of China lies Xinjiang, a vast region of snow-capped mountains, barren deserts and gritty market cities. Here, along […]

Greenlee Performance “Temporary Ocean (in Light and Sound)”

Shawn Greenlee (Assistant Professor, Foundation Studies) will perform at two Magic Lantern screenings on 10/16 and 10/17, which include film and video works by Paul Sharits, Billy Roisz, Mike Stoltz, Donna Cameron, Guy Sherwin, and Beverly and Tony Conrad. An undulating cine-installation where flicker films give way to experiments with audio-visual feedback, optical soundtracks, and […]