News & Events

  • In June 2010, when Pilobolus staged the world premiere of its latest dance piece, Hapless Hooligan in “Still Moving,” in the Hopkins Center for the Arts’ Moore Theater, Jeffrey Ruoff’s cameras were rolling.

    The associate professor of film and media studies filmed for 11 days and then spent the next two years producing a documentary about the internationally renowned dance theater company, which traces its origins to a 1971 Dartmouth dance class. The result, Still Moving: Pilobolus at...

  • Named after one of the lyrical abstract films of Robert Breer, the EYEWASH screening series invites contemporary filmmakers and curators to present programs of short films. Free and open to the public, each evening will consist of a shorts program followed by a Q and A with the guest. EYEWASH is co-sponsored by the Dartmouth department of Film and Media Studies; the Hood Museum of Art; and Hopkins Center Film. EYEWASH was created by Jodie Mack, Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies...

  • Animation Professor Jodie Mack will screen several of her films on February 12 at the Anthology Film Archives in New York. 

    More information about the screening is available here.

  • Jodie Mack, assistant professor of Film and Media Studies, received a Jury’s Choice First Prize award at the 2011 Black Maria Film Festival (BMFF) for her animated musical, “Yard Work is Hard Work.” Mack’s film will be screened at the annual festival on February 4 at New Jersey City University in Jersey City, N.J.

    “I am very excited to receive this award from the BMFF, as the festival has a long tradition of representing experimental, underground, quirky, and dynamic works,” said Mack...

  • A film by Zac Koufakis, created for Film Studies 36 in the Winter of 2011

  • A film by Wes Moore, created for Film Studies 36, in the Winter of 2011.

  • A film by Mike Barile, created for Film Studies 36, in the Winter of 2011.

  • An excerpt from an August 2009 article profiling professor Mary Flanagan:

    "Professor Mary Flanagan wants students to go online and label library archives – for free.

    Ms. Flanagan, a digital-humanities professor at Dartmouth College, is creating an Internet-based game in which users create descriptive tags for library images to improve searching through the library's database. Although the program will be tested at the college’s library, Ms. Flanagan says the game...