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Events – Film on Film

2012-13

Film on Film Presents: Blow-Up and Rear Window

Apr 12, 2013, 7:00 pmMay 5, 2013
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Film on Film Poster 8.5x11_WebsiteCinema Studies and the Bijou Art Cinemas have teamed up again to present the next Film on Film event

Blow-Up

Friday April 12th — 7 pm

PLC 180

Blow-Up will be introduced by Georgia State University Professor Angelo Restivo

This screening is FREE to all who wish to attend

Rear Window

April 29th — May 5th

Bijou Art Cinemas

Visit www.bijou-cinemas.com for showtimes

This screening is FREE to those with a UO ID

 

UO Film Screening of Blow Up – Friday, 4/12/13

Over 100 students, faculty and staff attending the screening of the film. Attendees included faculty from the Romance Language American Association of Italian Studies held on the UO campus from 4/11-4/13/2013. Sergio Rigoletto, Assistant Professor, Romance Languages and Cinema Studies, announced the Scholar speaker Associate Professor Angelo Restivo, Georgia University, who introduced the film.

Ed’s Coed

Oct 12, 2012, 7:00 pmOct 13, 2012, 7:00 pm
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Nearly 500 people attended the screening of the 1929 film, Ed’s Coed!

This event was made possible by a collaboration between the Cinema Studies program, the School of Music and Dance and our partners from the UO Knight Library faculty and staff.

Film on Film is dedicated to showing classic films in 16mm or 35mm format in a large campus venue. Past Film on Film screenings include Sunset Boulevard, Double Indemnity, City of Sadness and Touch of Evil.

Thank you to Brian McWhorter for composing and arranging an original score for the film that was performed live by the group Beta Collide.

Songs Composed and Arranged for Ed’s Coed by Brian McWhorter:

  • When I Was Young and Foolish: Traditional
  • Pledge Rag: John Stark Evans, King Oliver, Brian McWhorter*
  • Buddy’s Habits: King Oliver
  • Jeannette: Gus Viseur
  • Button Up Your Overcoat: Ray Henderson
  • In the Moonlight with the Girl You Love: Theodore Morse*
  • Liebeslied: Fritz Kreisler
  • Aeolian Harp: Henry Cowell
  • Col. Leader March: Albert Perfect*
  • Oregon, Where Love Is Best: Cecil Teague*
  • She’s Sleeping ‘neath Oregon’s Tall Pines: Bayard Foote*

*from the Historical Digital Sheet Music Collection at the UO Library

Read about the Film on Film screening of Ed’s Coed on the Duck TV website

Visit the website to read the article!

Read the Eugene Weekly article “Beta Collide gives Ed’s Coed a new spin” here:

http://www.eugeneweekly.com/article/beta-collide-gives-ed%E2%80%99s-coed-new-spin

2011-12

Border Crossing Series

May 18, 2012, 7:00 pm
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Cinema Studies and the Bijou Art Cinemas have teamed up again to present the Film on Film series BORDER CROSSINGS.

“Cinema has told so many stories of people crossing national borders.  Cinema has also crossed other kinds of borders between fantasy and reality; stillness and motion; past, present and future; analog and digital, to name a few.  The focus of “Film on Film” is the innate nature of cinema as a border-crossing medium.”  Daisuke Miyao, Associate Professor, Cinema Studies.

Bijou Art Cinemas Screening:  Thursday, May 3rd, 6 pm

City of Sadness, directed by Hsia0-Hsien Hou

PLC 180 Screenings:  Friday, May 18th, 7:00 pm

Flashpoint, directed by Ernie Schmidt

Touch of Evil, directed by Orson Welles

Reckless Love Series

Feb 24, 2012, 7:00 pm
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Cinema Studies launches the first Film on film series Winter 2012.  Each term will feature a screening on the UO Campus and one at the Bijou Theater.  Join us for popcorn and a unique cinema experience on 16mm and 35mm film.

Screenings at PLC 180:

Dance, Little Children.  Directed by Herk Harvey

Double Indemnity.  Directed By Billy Wilder

Screening at the Bijou:

Sunset Boulevard.  Directed by Billy Wilder