News & Events

  • "The experimental filmmaker Jodie Mack is secretly one of the best directors of musicals working today": Professor Mack's short film Curses was featured in the New York Times in a new series where they will share "a short film, a scene, an inexplicable clip that they love."

    For more about the making of this beautiful film, enjoy this article on...

  • Out of an abundance of caution, the Ciné Salon screening of "Ulysses’ Gaze” for Monday, March 9, 7:00PM is cancelled

    We are planning to reschedule for a later date as well to continue the rest of the Spring film series LEGENDS as usual.

    Unfortunately it may be best to take this precaution now due to the unfolding nature of the coronavirus situation.

    Stay well and regards,


  • The students of Film Studies 44 DocuFantasy will premiere their films on March 10th at 5PM in the Loew Theater, Black Family Visual Arts Center. The screening is open to all and free of charge.  Works by Awo Adu '22, Marina Cepeda ‘21, Justin Ko ‘22, Leatile Monthe ‘20, Sia Peng ‘20, and Tamerick J. Simpson ‘20

  • The Directing Students of FS37 will premiere their films created this term on Monday March 9th at 7PM in the Loew Auditorium, Black Family Visual Arts Center. The screening is free and open to all!

    The student filmmakers include Grace Boyd '23, Bernardo DiNardi '23, Zachary Drescher '23, Katie Forman '21, Paula Kutschera '20, Alessa Lewis '22, Jack McMahon '23, Adam Riegler '20, and Casey Smerczynski '20

  • Professor Flanagan’s new [GraceAI], an artificial intelligence, is having its American premiere in the exhibition “A Question of Intelligence: AI and the Future of Humanity” at Parsons’ Sheila C. Johnson Design Center in New York, opening in February. [GraceAI] is developed by training the AI on the works of women artists, so that she “sees” from a particular point of view. For the exhibition, she is drawing from the thousands of images or Frankenstein that she sees on the internet, to...

  • Ciné Salon Spring 2020 honors the bold ones, the pioneers who broke through the frontiers. 
    For a full list of this seasons offerings, click...

  • Nov 14-16, Loew Auditorium

    A celebratory weekend of new movies (...

  • The students of FS30 Documentary Videomaking will premiere their films November 14th at 7:30 PM in the Loew Audtiorium-view the trailer here. This screening is part of the Dartmouth 250 Film & Media Alumni Weekend- A celebratory weekend of new movies, conversations, networking events and more with Dartmouth alumni in the industry and film & media scholars...

  • Ciné Salon presents "Fallen Angels", a memorial screening to honor the years cinematic losses Monday, September 23rd at 7 PM in the Mayer Room, Howe Library. Filmmakers featured will include Douglas Crimp, Barbara Hammer, Jonas Mekas, Annette Michelson, Gerald O’Grady, D.A. Pennebaker, Suzan Pitt, Carolee Schneemann, Phil Solomon and Milos Stehlik.

    Films slated to screen will include: Asparagus...

  • Join students from "History of Visual Music," "Video Art," and "Water in the Lake: Real Events for the Imagination" for an exhibition of video installation, time-based media, and performance exploring themes of nature and identity. The exhibit will be open to the public on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 from 12:00pm – 6:00pm

    Works by: Nicole Aboodi, Caroline Atwood, Kiara Cannon, Sergio Carvallo, Jackson Cashman, Elizabeth Cook, India Cutler, Natalie Dameron, Claudia Durbin, Ashley...