On Janurary 15th at 8pm in Hagerty Hall 180, The Columbus Moving Image Art Review (CMIAR) will be hosting a screening celebrating the 25th event featuring works by local artists. This event will highlight new work by both current Central Ohio residents and past residents who have participate in CMIAR but have since moved to other locations.
Award winning Filmmaker Heather Courtney is visiting Janet Parrott's Theatre 5341 Studies in the Documentary class next week, November 12 in Drake room 2060 at 11:10 - 12:30.
In the world around us we see many colors. We see the colors of nature which includes such beautiful things as green grass, red flowers, and blue skies. Even with all the beauty represented by color, as a civilization, there has been a long history of one specific divide when it comes to color: the different colors of people. Just as there are many colors of people there are many sides to a story. The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution presents many different colors of a story about one of American history's most misunderstood political groups whose past is often clouded by people's inability to see past the color of a person's skin.
Professor Margaret Flinn’s Film Studies senior seminar this past year took an innovative approach to engaging films and other media. Flinn, graduate student teaching apprentices and students collaborated to produce an issue of Film Matters, a journal that includes both standard scholarly articles and short featurettes (book reviews, DVD reviews, interviews, etc.). The journal issue (Volume 6, Number 2) will appear in print this winter.