Apr. 5 and Apr. 6: The workshop is co-sponsoring the Department of Cinema and Media Studies’ Ninth Annual Graduate Student Conference, Visions of Scale: Magnification, Duration, Perspective, Projection. The full schedule for the conference available here.
Apr. 19: Steve Ungar, Professor of Cinema and Comparative Literature at the University of Iowa: “Before Vigo: Documentary Paris in the Shadow of the Talkies,” a chapter from a book-in-progress. Preceded by a lecture by Professor Ungar, “All Roads Lead to Aubervilliers (1945): Eli Lotar and Social Documentary in France,” on April 18 at the Film Studies Center.
Apr. 26: James Rosenow, PhD Student in Cinema and Media Studies: “You and I Eat the Baby: A Forgotten Hollywood Avant-Garde,” on Harry Hay’s Even: As You and I (1937).
May 3: Charles Burnett, director of My Brother’s Wedding (1983), a special screening of which will be held at the Film Studies Center on May 2.
May 17: Zoe Beloff, director of The Days of the Commune (2013), a special screening of which will be held at the Film Studies Center on the evening of May 17.
Jun. 7: Phil Kaffen, Lecturer in Cinema and Media Studies: “Sacred Exposures and Disorienting Distances: A Confidential Report.”
All workshops are held in Cobb Hall 310, from 10:30 to 12:30, unless stated otherwise. Refreshments will be provided.