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“The Anchorite” screening and Q&A

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“The Anchorite” screening and Q&A

19 Nov 2014 | by Lili Schliesser

Wednesday, November 19, 2014, 6:00pm in Swan Hall Auditorium. Aviv Rubinstien is a screenwriter, director, producer and editor living in Los Angeles. Aviv’s first feature film is The Anchorite - a narrative fiction film following a real five-week music tour across the country. The film is comprised of improvised, and often spontaneous scenes, live musical performances, and […]

‘Happy All The Time’ Screening and Q&A

Film/Media / Harrington School-Wide

‘Happy All The Time’ Screening and Q&A

17 Nov 2014 | by Lili Schliesser

Monday, November 17, 2014 at 4:00 PM, Lippitt Hall, Room 402 Adam Guindon, one of the co-directors of Happy All The Time, has created a body of work collaborating with various people in the music industry. He has worked with many artists including Pearl Jam, The Avett Brothers, Phish, Dispatch, Guster, The Low Anthem, and Blind […]

Assistant Professor of Film/Media releases third feature film

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Assistant Professor of Film/Media releases third feature film

12 Oct 2014 | by Lili Schliesser

Assistant Professor of Film/Media Ashish Avikunthak released his third feature-length film this year, Rati Chakravyuh. The film, which took three weeks to write and two days to shoot, is a 102-minute single-shot conversation between six newlywed couples and a priestess. The single, continuous shot gives time precedence over narrative, creating Avikunthak’s trademark “cinema of temporality.” The conversation carries themes of life, death, and religion, as […]

Richman, Jacob

College of Arts & Sciences / Faculty & Staff / Film/Media / Harrington School-Wide / Lecturer

Richman, Jacob

13 Sep 2014 | by Faculty

Jacob Richman is a mixed-media composer whose work explorers the relationship between sight and sound in live performance and fixed media works. His performance pieces mix live-processed video, music and sound to create unique multimedia settings in which performers and audiences can interact. He is fascinated by what he sees as the interconnectedness of things: […]

Kealhofer-Kemp, Leslie

Assistant Professor / Faculty & Staff / Film/Media / Harrington School-Wide

Kealhofer-Kemp, Leslie

6 Sep 2014 | by Faculty

  Professor Kealhofer-Kemp teaches a wide range of courses in French and film. Her research interests lie at the intersection of post-colonial studies, gender studies, and film studies. Her most recent projects focus on representations of the North African population in France (and women in particular) in short films, documentaries, made-for-television films (téléfilms) and feature […]

Jameson, Stacy M

Faculty & Staff / Film/Media / Harrington School-Wide / Per Course Instructor

Jameson, Stacy M

3 Sep 2014 | by Faculty

Stacy has a PhD in Cultural Studies from the University of California, Davis and is returning to teach with Film Media after completing an Andrew W. Mellon Post-Doctoral Fellowship at the Jackman Humanities Institute at the University of Toronto.  Her work involves multi-senosry and embodied aspects of popular American film and television, particularly food media.

Kanost, Beazley

Faculty & Staff / Film/Media / Harrington School-Wide / Per Course Instructor

Kanost, Beazley

31 Aug 2014 | by KShimoda

This fall, Beazley Kanost is completing her doctoral dissertation, Off the Hip: A Thermodynamics of Cool, in which she probes the notion of cool as unexpected stillness that agitates its witnesses. For this project, she examines 1960s avant-garde films Portrait of Jason (Shirley Clarke, 1967) Andy Warhol’s The Chelsea Girls (1966) in addition to fiction by James Baldwin, William […]