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  • New Documentary by Lance Kramer '06

    THE FIRST STEP tells a story about Van Jones and others' efforts to bring people together on criminal justice reform and addiction under the divisiveness of the Trump years.

  • In the News: Mary Desjardins

    The Hood Museum of Art's new photo collection "allows the historian-teacher to chart the history of 20th-century American culture through the fantasies of and ideals created out of Hollywood films and their stars," says the professor of film and media studies in a Hyperallergic story about the museum's acquisition of more than 6,000 photographs from the John Kobal Foundation.

  • Alumna Corrie Francis Parks '01 Award Winning Animation

    Using a collection of banknotes and sand gathered from over 50 countries, "Foreign Exchange" looks like nothing you have seen before, taking you into a tiny world of dazzling details. What you observe there, and the meaning you derive from that observation depends on where you start your journey. Look closely, it's all in the details...

  • Mohawk filmmaker Tracey Deer '00 fights stereotypes

    Deer, who grew up in the Mohawk community of Kahnawake in Quebec, was 12 when her father started renting a VHS player and movies. That's when she set her sights on a career in film, an "impossible dream for an Indigenous girl," she says, "but I wanted it so badly."

  • Senior Showcase Festival 2021

    Join our culminating seniors as they share their works in this Online Showcase. Screenplays, Critical Studies Presentations, and Short Films all will be presented on June 11th, each followed by a live Q&A session. Starts at 5 pm EST!

  • Samantha Knowles '12 featured in Dartmouth Alumni Magazine

    Samantha Knowles' film career began her senior year at Dartmouth, after her culminating project, the documentary short "Why Do You Have Black Dolls?", was accepted into the Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival and later played at four other festivals.

  • Documentary Videomaking Student Screening

    The filmmakers of FILM 30 Documentary Videomaking invite you to an online screening of new student videos Thursday, May 27th at 7PM. Please join Professor Jeffrey Ruoff and the class as they premiere an evening of new documentary films- followed by a live Q&A session.

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