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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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  • Dartmouth College's Media Ecology Project (MEP) has received funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities Digital Humanities Advancement office to research and publish a diverse set of perspectives on critical films from the late 19th and early 20th century. 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 digital...

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  • Jason Mittell, professor of Film & Media Culture at Middlebury College and founder of their Digital Liberal Arts program, will speak at the Black Family Visual Arts Center's Screening Room 001 (through the lobby to the right and down the stairs) on Monday, December 3rd from 4 - 6 PM.

  • Madeline Donahue '20 will premiere her short student film "One for the Road" on Friday, November 16th at 4:00 PM in the Black Family Visual Arts Center's Screening Room 001.  The screening will be followed by a short Q & A session with the director and cast members

  • The student filmmakers of Film Studies 31 will premiere their final films Wednesday night, November 14th, at 7 PM in the Black Family Visual Arts Center's Loew Auditorium.  Don't miss these compelling student narratives- including 3 films to be screened in their original 16mm format!

  • Directed by Dept of Film & Media Studies Professor Samantha Davidson Green, the award-winning Thrasher Road will screen on Thursday, November 8th at 7:30 PM- followed by a Q&A session. Shot on location in 20 states across the U.S and starring Upper Valley actors Allison Fay Brown and Christian Kohn, this charming road movie offers a father-daughter love story about mending a brokenhearted past.  Tickets available...

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  • Don't miss this free public screening of the 2018 Edinburgh Film FSP final videos 7-8pm, Weds., Oct. 17 in Loew in the BFVAC.  Students on this foreign study program made short fiction films as well as original music videos with Edinburgh bands. The hour-long screening will be followed by aQ&A with the FSP students.

     

  • Every night through the month of September, Professor Jodie Mack's Posthaste Perennial Pattern has been featured as part of the Times Square Arts Alliance's wonderful program Midnight Moment.  Posthaste Perennial Pattern fuses synthetic floral fabrics in a stop-motion animation that pulsates as if capturing a garden in bloom within a single...

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