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Professor Elisabeth Subrin's Film Extends a Successful Run in NYC

Apr 5 2017

Film and Media Arts Professor Elisabeth Subrin's A Woman, A Part has extended its New York City run to April 13 at the IFC Center. In addition to succesful ticket sales, the film has also received tremendous reviews from The New York Times and Variety

Professor Lauren Wolkstein's "The Strange Ones" Premiered at SXSW

Mar 28 2017

Film and Media Arts Professor Lauren Wolkstein's The Strange Onesco-directed with Christopher Radcliff, made its world premiere at South by Southwest recently. 

Professor Rea Tajiri presents two projects

Feb 26 2015

Professor Rea Tajiri, of Temple University’s Department of Film and Media Arts will present her new project, Wisdom Gone Wild at Penn Memory Center on Monday, September 8. This film examines the difficulties of being a caregiver to a parent with dementia. Lordville, Tajiri’s award-winning documentary, will have its Philadelphia premiere on Tuesday, September 9. A discussion with Tajiri follows the screening at International House Philadelphia.


Professor Michael Kuetemeyer’s Time Lens featured in exhibition

Feb 26 2015

Time Lens was created by Professor Michael Kuetemeyer, of Temple’s Department of Film and Media Arts, and media artist Anula Shetty, in collaboration with residents from the homeless shelter, Sunday Breakfast Rescue Mission. They produced photographs, videos and interviews of the neighborhood that resulted in an interactive documentary mobile iPad app and an installation,  that uses immersive panoramas and stories to explore spaces through time.

Professor LeAnn Erickson documentary screened at Filmadelphia Series

Feb 26 2015

Temple University professor LeAnn Erickson had the Philadelphia premiere of  her award winning documentary
 Top Secret Rosies: The Female Computers of WWII (2010) on September 16, as part of the Filmadelphia series, an event produced by the Philadelphia Film Society.

Professor Cagle Published in New Book about the History of Cinematography; Presents at Conferences

Feb 26 2015

Temple University Professor Chris Cagle of the Department of Film and Media Studies published an essay on classical Hollywood cinematography from 1928-1946 in Cinematography, a book edited by Trinity University’s Patrick Keating and published by Rutgers University Press(RUP). The book is part of the RUP’s Behind the Silver Screen Series; each volume is on a separate craft in Hollywood filmmaking.

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