News & Events

  • Film Studies 36: Television Production is seeking actors as they begin production of their very own television series episode.  Production will begin on Friday, February 24th, and conclude one week later, in time to air the finished show on Wednesday, March 8th.  The auditions will be held on Friday, February 17th at 3PM, Saturday, February 18th at 1PM, and Monday, February 20th at 5PM in Studio 106 of the Black Family Visual Arts Center.

    "The Colonial Club", a pilot (the first...

  • Ricki Stern '87 spent the afternoon with Film & Media Studies students discussing her past films as well as Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing, which screened that evening in the Loew Theater (Black Family Visual Arts Center).  The film premiered on HBO in November of last year.

  • Blackfin has signed an overall co-production deal with former Investigation Discovery executive Christina Douglas '07 and Momentum Content, her newly launched production banner specializing in crime formats. “Christina has a proven track record as a talented developer and is a true authority in the growing crime genre,” said Geno McDermott, CEO of Blackfin. Read more about the deal in...

  • "Now is the Season", a music video featuring the band BooHooHoo and created by students attending the Film & Media Studies FSP Program in Edinburgh this summer, has premiered.

    The crew consisted  of Kristin Nascimento '17 (Director), Vero Davis '15 (Producer), Lee Houle '17 (Editor), and Katelyn Jones '17, Danica Rodriguez '18, and Joe Fairbanks '17 (Camera)

    ... [more]
  • Legendary film historian and preservasionist David Shepard has passed away at the age of 76.

    Mr. Shepard's career was celebrated here at Dartmouth College's Loew Auditorium (Black Family Visual Arts Center) in November of 2016 at a 3 hour event hosted by Bruce Posner (with Professor Mark Williams) as part of his Cine-Salon series.  The evening included tributes to David from film history & archive legends such as Serge...

  • Tiltfactor Labs, the game design group led by Professor Mary Flanagan, will be featured during Winter Term in the Film & Media Studies Gallery (2nd Floor, Atrium, Black Family Visual Arts Center).  The interactive exhibit describes what Tiltfactors mission is as well as how the games they design come into being.  Several games are on display, to be explored and enjoyed by visitors.  The exhibit is open Monday through Friday, 9 AM through 5 PM.

  • Emmy Award-nominated duo Ricki Stern ’87 and Annie Sundberg ’90 explore the deeply personal stories of three families of bombing survivors in Marathon: The Patriots Day Bombing, which will premiere November 21st on HBO.  Read more about the filmmakers, the film, and their Dartmouth alum crew, in Kristin Maffei's ...

  • Tiltfactor Labs opened its doors to the public on Wednesday November 9th, presenting a myriad of game systems and discussing the theories behind them.

  • Students of Film Studies 35 Animation will present their works on Tuesday, November 15th at 7PM in the Loew Auditorium, Black Family Visual Arts Center

  • Don't miss this night of student documentaries produced in Film Studies 30 Documentary Video on Wednesday, November 9th at 7PM in the Loew Theater, Black Family Visual Arts Center