News & Events

  • Dartmouth News featured Professor Mark Williams Thursday, highlighting his work with the Media Ecology Project (fueled by several NEH grants). “In many cases these are materials that haven’t even been in a position to be forgotten—they weren’t even remembered the first time." Read more about Professor Williams' work in...

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  • Professor Jodie Mack's first feature film, The Grand Bizarre, screened throughout 2108 in venues such as the Vancouver International Film Festival, AFI Fest, Mar del...

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  • The student documentarians of Film Studies 30 Documentary Videomaking will screen their works on Thursday, March 7th at 7 PM in the Black Family Visual Arts Centers Loew Theater. The show is free and open to the public- don't miss it!

  • The students of Film Studies 47: Found Footage will present their final films on Tuesday, March 5th at 7 PM. The screening, free and open to the public, will be held in the Black Family Visual Arts Screening Room, 001.

  • Charlotte Albright of the Dartmouth News spoke to members of the Dept of Film & Media Studies faculty about their favorites this season and the upcoming Academy Awards presentations. Read the article- and their picks- here.

  • The Spring 2019 series ETERNITY will feature many films posted at Kanopy and provide for public screening at the cozy Howe’s Mayer Room:
    WINGS (1927), THE ASCENT (1977), THREE SONGS ABOUT LENIN (1934), and the incredible 10 episode adult French serial THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY (1921-23). Howe Library card holders can watch 8 films a month via Kanopy.  And anyone associated with the Dartmouth College community can stream as many films as they wish via their Dartmouth ID or the public use of...

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  • Professor Mary Flanagan's Tiltfactor lab worked with Sharyn Potter, executive director of the University of New Hampshire’s Prevention Innovations Research Center and her team from the University of New Hampshire to create interactive games that encourage development of bystander-intervention tools for challenging social situations.

    In this Christian Science Monitor article Mike Domitrz, founder and...

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  • "Games are broadly interdisciplinary. They encompass computer science, psychology, sociology, music, art, neuroscience, and more. That's what the liberal arts is all about".  Read more about Professor Flanagan and her work as a "game designer, futurist, educator, scholar, poet, and a writer" in this new article in Dartmouth's 3D Magazine.

    Professor Flanagan and her research work were also...

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  • Cheryl Coutermarsh, department administrator for Film and Media Studies at Dartmouth, was honored along with other Dartmouth staff for 30 years of service at a college-wide luncheon on December 13. Cheryl has been with Film and Media Studies from its earliest days, working with faculty, students, and staff to coordinate course schedules and spaces, organize and oversee student screenings, visiting speakers, conferences, and many other special events, manage the budget, and assist with other...

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  • Dartmouth College's Media Ecology Project (MEP) has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities Preservation and Access Research and Development office to build an accessible collection of newsfilm covering the civil rights movements of the 1950s-1980s. This research will be led by Prof. Mark Williams (Dartmouth Film & Media Studies), an expert in film and media studies, and Dr. John P. Bell (Dartmouth Research Information, Technology, and Consulting), an expert on...

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