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Film Studies Announces New Major in Moving-Image Production

June 24, 2016
Photo of Camera and Film Strip

Film Studies is pleased to announce that the Council on Academic Affairs at the Ohio State University has approved the curriculum for a new Bachelor of Arts degree program in Moving-Image Production. Pending the Ohio Department of Higher Education’s approval, we will begin offering the introductory courses for the new Moving-Image Production (MIP) major in Fall Semester of 2017.

Instructors and Course Designers Prepare for InstructureCon

June 23, 2016
Photo of InstructureCon 2016 Participants

The adoption of the Canvas learning management system (LMS) is underway at The Ohio State University. To get the most out of this new LMS, ODEE staff are accompanying 18 individuals, including Film Studies Program Coordinator Matt Swift, to InstructureCon in Colorado from July 19-22.

Found Footage Film Screening

April 25, 2016
Flier for Found Footage Film Screening

Friday, April 29 at MINT (42 W. Jenkins Ave. in Merion Village), the students in Film Studies 5600: Found Footage, Editing, and the Culture of Copyright will present a selection of their videos.

Women In Transnational Ibero American Film Festival - The Fish Child

March 31, 2016
Image from The Fish Child

The Film Studies Program is co-sponsoring the Women in Transnational Ibero American Film Festival presented by the Department of Spanish and Portuguese's Spanish Film Club by Pragda. The third film is The Fish Child (El niño pez) and will be screening in Hagerty Hall 180 at 5:30 pm.

Columbus Moving Image Art Review 26 March 25th 8pm

March 22, 2016
Columbus Moving Image Art Review Logo Picture

The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will host its 26th quarterly local moving image screening event on Friday March 25th from 8pm to 9:30pm at Hagerty Hall 180. CMIAR is a screening event for artists residing in Columbus, Ohio and surrounding areas. CMIAR was developed by two local moving image artists Nikki Swift and Matt Swift, who wanted to create a way for the seventh art of film to return to the presentation medium of the cinema house.  Free and open to the public. CMIAR is sponsored by The Ohio State University Film Studies Program and Nicolettecinemagraphics. Visit the event on facebook for more information.

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