film

Professor Ria Tajiri featured at upcoming film festival

May 27 2020

Quarantine is not slowing down Temple FMA Professor Rea Tajiri. Her incredible works are groundbreaking and inspirational with films that straddle documentary and art film genres and a way of finding new ways of storytelling that embrace the murky spaces of memory, history, and public consciousness. 

Women's Fest is GO!

Mar 18 2020

Looking for something to watch tonight?
Women's Fest starts now!

Professor d'Agostino's World Wide Walks featured a Italia!

Sep 19 2019

In October, Professor Peter d’Agostino will be in Rome and Venice to present recent video works and a new book, Peter d’Agostino / World-Wide-Walks: Crossing Natural-Cultural-Virtual Frontiers, with an introduction by Kristine Stiles and co-edited with David Tafler. ( Intellect, UK / University of Chicago Press.).

Mike Figgis Speaks to TFMA Students

Mar 22 2017

Academy Award nominated director, writer and composer, Mike Figgis, presented and discussed his work with TFMA students recently.

Best known for crossing boundaries, his work eschews Hollywood standards, extending and reconfiguring the linguistic structure of the film medium. 

Alumnus Ilya Simakov Accepted to Ann Arbor Film Festival

Mar 6 2017

Class Warfare (The Stress of Her Regard), a music video directed by alumnus Ilya Simakov (MFA '12), has been accepted to the 55th Ann Arbor Film Festival

Described as an abstract meditation on dread and disempowerment, the festival's screening will take place on Saturday, March 25 at 7:00 PM in University of Michigan's Lorch Hall. 

Alumna Rini Yun Keagy Presents Exhibition at Flaten Art Museum

Mar 1 2017

Alumna Rini Yun Keagy (MFA '08) presents the exhibition Black Sun at St. Olaf College's Flaten Art Museum now through April 16, 2017. 

In Memoriam: Paul Sylbert, 88, Oscar-winning production designer and FMA adjunct faculty member

Nov 30 2016

FMA Alumnus David Miranda Hardy Presented Pilot of Bala Loca

Nov 15 2016

By: Logan Beck 

On Nov. 2 in Temple Performing Arts Center, David Miranda Hardy, an MFA graduate from the Film and Media Arts Program at Temple University, presented the pilot for his new Chilean TV series, Bala Loca.

Since its release, Bala Loca has received rave reviews in Chile. The show finished airing in September.

The series is about a 50-year-old seasoned journalist turned entertainment mogul. After an accident, Mauro Murillo is confined to a wheelchair, and must rebuild his life as he knew it.

LA Alumni Event

Aug 7 2015

LA Alumni Event:

On July 28th over 200 alumni from the Center for the Arts (CFA) and the School of Media and Communications (SMC) came together in Los Angeles for a successful evening event celebrating 12 years of the LA Away Program and its recent move to Raleigh Studios.

Gift bags

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