Women in Film

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

VENUS MAN TRAP and More Screening at the First Annual Women's Film Festival

Mar 29 2017

As Women's History Month comes to a close, join Diamon Screen Film Series and Mise En Femme Productions as they present the 1st Annual Women's Film Fest. Featuring 16 undergraduate and graduate films made by women in key creative roles, the screenings will take place this Friday, March 31st, from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM in Room 3 of Annenberg Hall

One of the films featured will be Lucy Soutter's VENUS MAN TRAP. A quasi-educational film on weaponized femininity and guilt. 

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. 

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. 

FMA Course Explores Women Artists

May 9 2016

Professor Elisabeth Subrin's Course Encourages Women in Film

by Logan Beck

Associate Professor Elisabeth Subrin proposed a new idea for an elective course shortly after she first arrived at Temple, remarking how marginalized women’s film remained in the film industry, as well as in academia.

With support of Temple’s Department of Film and Media Arts, the Women Film/Video Artists course was born, and is now a permanent part of the curriculum.

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