From July 23rd to August 3rd visit the fine arts exhibition at the Ohio State Fair where you will see short films representing the Ohio State University Film Studies Program. Chris Wittum an undergraduate of the program was awarded Jurors Choice for his short experimental piece Cary. Nicolette Swift alumna of the program was awarded 3rd place in the competition for her short poetic piece Your Memories. Matt Swift, Film Studies Program Coordinator was awarded one of two Greater Columbus Arts Council awards for his short poetic piece My Typewriter. We would like to congratulate all three recipients as well as urge everyone to visit the exhibit to see these films as well as support the other local filmmakers and artists who are part of the showcase.
4 years in the making... this Friday night come see the first ever display of Nikki Swift's City Walks as a series. 5 screens, 8 cities - all exploring the body's engagement with urbanization through the moving image.
6:30-7PM Happy Hour Reception
7-9PM Video Installation (with artist present)
The Oak Room by Deepwood -511 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
BUSEY Prizes Awarded - Best Undergraduate Student Essay
Every year the Film Studies invites faculty to nominate student papers for the BUSEY honoring the Best Undergraduate Essay. Congratulations to the 2013-14 winners:
The international crowd-sourced film project made by Mitchell Rose (Assistant Professor in Dance)with Bebe Miller went online yesterday.
The Call for Submissions for the Spring Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) 2014 is now open. This show is scheduled to be on Friday June 27th 2014 and the deadline for submissions is Friday June 13th 2014. Make sure to visit the submission page to download the form and send your DVD in at any time up to the deadline. Send in your new or old animations – videos – films, or propose an a/v performance. If it uses light and it moves than its fair game; video, film, animation, documentary, narrative, experimental, student, and professional. We aim to celebrate what Central Ohio has to offer no time constraints, no subject constraints. CMIAR on Facebook.