The FMA guide to the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival: 5 Films chosen by Film in Color

Nov 9 2018

The FMA guide to the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival: Five Films You Need To See

The Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival opened November 8th and lasts until the 18th, featuring a wide range of fantastic new Asian American cinema. We asked Temple’s Film in Color, an organization dedicated to providing community and resources for people of color filmmakers here at Temple, to help us pick out some can't miss films this year.

The FMA guide to the Philadelphia Film Festival: Six Films You Need to See

Oct 20 2018

The FMA guide to the Philadelphia Film Festival:
Six Films You Need to See According to Three Temple Student Film Organizations

The Philadelphia Film Festival that opened October 18th, and lasts until the 28th, features a wide range of fantastic new cinema.  It is the largest and most well-attended film festival in Philadelphia, bringing diverse, independent film to the city every year.

All Eyez on Alumnus Benny Boom

Benny Douglas, professionally known as Benny Boom, will be visiting Temple University for a Q&A session as well as a screening of the Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez On Me on February 21, 2018 at 5:00 pm at the Temple Performing Arts Center.

Applications Open for Digital Filmmaking Intensive

The Department of Film and Media Arts hosts its third annual Digital Filmmaking Workshop July 10 - 21 on campus. Open to all high students (no filmmaking experience needed), the program centers on the creative and technical fundamentals of screenwriting, cinematography, on-screen performance and directing, editing and sound for digital short storytelling.

Learn more and apply today!

2016 NYFF Artist Academy includes FMA Alumnae

Oct 14 2016

Alumnae Madeleine Hunt Ehrlich and Fiona Otway were selected as the twenty-five participants of  The Film Society of Lincoln Center, New York Film Festival's Artist Academy, an immersive creative experience for filmmakers early in their careers.

Valentina Homem's Film Featured at Cannes

Aug 12 2016

MFA candidate Valentina Homem's documentary Abigail was a short film selection at Cannes International Film Festival 2016 Director's Fortnight. Co-directed by Isabel Penoni, Abigail connects the dots of a human map that links the indigenous Amazon cultures to Afro-Brazilian religions through an extraordinary woman.

Professor Roderick Coover's Virtual Reality Project Wins Top Prize

Hearts and Minds: The Interrogations Project, a immersive virtual reality project by Professor Roderick Coover,  with Arthur Nishimoto, Daria Tsoupikova and Scott Rettberg, is winner of the 2016 Electronic Literature Organization Award for Best Work of Electronic Literature. This is the top prize for a creative work in the field of electronic literary arts. 

Professor Lauren Wolkstein’s "Collective:Unconscious" premieres at SXSW

Mar 25 2016

Professor Lauren Wolkstein of the Department of Film and Media Arts has just returned from the South by Southwest Film Festival (SXSW) where her film Collective:Unconscious made its world premiere in the narrative feature competition.

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