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Congratulations alumni on film festival win!

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.

Congratulations Class of 2017!

Interested in ordering photos from the Cinema Studies commencement ceremony? 

Professional photographer Joshua Rainey took a photo of each grad while proceeding across the stage during the Cinema Studies commencement ceremony on Sunday, June 18, 2017.  These photos, as well as photos taken before and after the ceremony, are also available to review and purchase.

Behind the Lens – Summer 2017

Behind the Lens, presents a series of films featuring children.

These are not stories for children, but, rather, stories about children. Some of the world’s great filmmakers are represented in stories exploring the experiences of children who face challenges, both within their own families as well as in the outside world. 

UO Cinema Studies majors attend for free with valid student ID.

Cinema Studies welcomes award-winning director James Ivory, '51

Cinema Studies is honored to welcome award-winning director and UO alum James Ivory ’51 as the keynote speaker of the program’s commencement ceremony on Sunday, June 18, 2017 at 12:30 p.m. in Straub Hall 156

James Ivory graduated in 1951 from the University of Oregon and went on to achieve international success as one of the most influential and respected film directors of his generation.  

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