News & Events

  • "The trend toward “whiteboard interviews” constitutes a form of hazing, bound to attract only certain personalities and demographics to tech jobs" writes Professor Flanagan (with Mary Hudson) in this piece published December 20th, 2015 in the Concord Monitor.  Read the full article here

  • The student documentary produced in the spring 2014 FS39: Group Documentary course, Good Vibes and Duct Tape: Stories with Cindy Pierce, is going to be broadcast on Maine Public Broadcasting Network as part of its MPBN Community Film independent film series.  It was been given an air date of February 26th, 2016 at 10:00 PM.

    The film was picked up by MPBN after a successful screening at the...

  • The Media Ecology Project has received an NEH Tier 1 Research and Development Grant from the Office of Preservation and Access to build a Semantic Annotation Tool (SAT).

    The two-year grant begins Jan 1, 2016, and is also supported by Dartmouth College in myriad ways.

    Prof. Mark Williams (...

  • Professor Ruoff (with co-editor Lydia Papadimitriou) has co-edited the March issue of the New Review of Film and Television Studies.  The special issue is devoted to "Film Festivals: Origins and Trajectories", and includes articles by scholars from England, Switzerland, Australia, Japan, China, France, Peru, Turkey, and the U.S.

  • Film and Media Studies students!

    Have you heard the buzz about the FSP in Edinburgh? Want to be a part of it?
    The bagpipes are calling! The summer in Edinburgh 2016 will be filled with film and arts festivals, curators and festival organizers, and media makers of all genres. We’ll investigate film festivals, create videos, and pursue ideas from films that impact the world. I look forward to working with you in what will be the most creative summer of your lives, 2016 in Edinburgh...

  • The students of Film Studies 47 Cut & Paste Cinema will screen their works on Tuesday, November 17th at 7pm in the Loew Theater, Black Family Visual Arts Center

  • The students of Film Studies 30 Documentary Videomaking screened their films to a full house Thursday night, and stayed for wonderful audience feedback and to answer questions about their work.

  • The students of Film Studies 30 Documentary Filmmaking will screen thier film on Thursday, November 12th in the Loew Auditorium, Black Family Visual Arts Center, at 7 PM.  The screening will last about 60 minutes, and be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers.

  • Sabra, a documentary about artist Sabra Field, was awarded both the Audience Favorite Award and Best Film About a Vermonter at the 2015 Vermont International Film Festival

  • Trained as an engineer at the BBC, colour-balancing studio cameras and telecine, Jamie moved into graphics and post-production, running the Quantel Editbox suite in BBC News and Current Affairs He has since moved onto Avid|DS and Quantel eQ/Pablo, and more recently SGO Mistika and DaVinci Resolve, working on promos, ads, feature films, dramas and documentaries. Jamie has worked on countless items for programmes like Newsnight, Panorama, Politics Show, Daily Politics, music videos such as Mr...