The Ohio Legislative Service Commission is seeking 2 individuals for a paid, full-time, 13-month video production opportunity as part of their 2016 Ohio Telecommunications Fellowship Program.
Over the past several years there has been an increase in theatres programming feature-length Japanese animation to provide access for the ever growing population of anime fans in U.S. markets. The Last: Naruto the Movie hit select U.S. theatres in mid-January and is making its way across the country.
The Museum of the Moving Image has opened up the application process for its 2015 summer internships.
The Department of History of Art present visiting lecturer Rebekah Rutkoff to give her lecture Cinematic Incubation: Gregory Markopoulos and the Temenos. The lecture will be Monday, February 16th at 5:30 in Psychology Building Room 014. A reception will follow at 214 Pomerene Hall.
The Interdisciplinary Graduate Film Studies Group would like to extend an invitation to our “Faculty Favorites” Discussion Series, an informal conversation based around your professors’ favorite films!
Join us for our next event on Thursday, February 12, 2015, at 6 p.m. in 145 Hagerty Hall, featuring Maggie Flinn, from the Department of French & Italian.