Cinema Studies is excited to announce the recent addition of RED Camera equipment to the department’s growing list of state-of-the art resources available to its majors. RED cameras are used throughout the industry to shoot movies, television productions, photography, music videos, and commercials. During fall term, Cinema Studies hosted a workshop for students to view films and gain experience with the new RED Camera equipment.
Register to attend a workshop with Frank Reid, award-winning Irish filmmaker, on the lessons and strategies he has learned as a professional editor.
This workshop is for students interested in all areas of production on how to maximize coverage during shooting to increase options in post-production.
Study Filmmaking and Cinema Studies in Dublin, Ireland with UO Cinema Studies Instructor Andre Sirois
Summer 2018 (June 24th - July 28th)
This summer study abroad program is designed for students who want to immerse themselves in cinema studies in Ireland. Students in this 5-week program will get to work both critically and creatively, taking a course on contemporary Irish cinema plus one on digital filmmaking or screenwriting.
Priority Deadline: February 15, 2018 – Final Deadline: March 15, 2018
Apply now to attend a unique demonstration and workshop with the Cinema Studies Red EPIC-W camera plus additional RED Cameras
Application Required – Apply by 8 a.m. October 18, 2017
Deadline Extended! Please submit entries by: November 7, 2017
The Remixing Media, ©ritiquing ©ulture FIG is currently accepting submissions from artists for the first ever UO ©ritical A®t Show, which is an event that brings together student and community artists. The event is organized and curated by a group of 20 first-year students in a FIG (freshman interest group), the FIG Assistant, Madeleine Jones, and their instructor Andre´ Sirois (DJ food stamp). This call for submissions is open to everybody!
Waldgeist Wins "Best Horror Film" and "Best Supporting Actress" at the Oregon Independent Film Festival
Waldgeist is a horror film that takes place in Portland, Oregon and is based off of the German myth of forest spirits. The team of filmmakers, primarily comprised of UO Cinema Studies alumni, just won its first film festival, winning "Best Horror Film" and "Best Supporting Actress" at the Oregon Independent Film Festival and is also nominated for "Best Picture" at the festival.