Cinema Studies and the School of Journalism & Communication/Media Studies Present:
As a young and fast-growing program, it often feels like Cinema Studies is constantly moving and changing. This magazine, our first, is an attempt to step back for a moment and admire what we all have accomplished over the last year or two. Cinema Studies hopes you find the articles and news about the program, its faculty, and students as exciting as we do.
The Eugene Film Society and Lane Community College Media Arts present the EFS 72 Hour Horror Film Competition
Registration Deadline: Oct 21st, 11:59pm
Competition Kick-Off: Oct 23rd
Audience Award Screening and Voting: Oct 31st, Bijou Art Cinemas
For more information, please read here.
Hollywood / Iran
Filmmaking across borders in the 1960s and 1970s
Tuesday, October 28, 2014
4:00 pm -- Free
Ford Alumni Center, Room 202
A public lecture by KAVEH ASKARI
Cinema Studies is an interdisciplinary major with courses from the School of Journalism & Communication, the College of Arts & Sciences, and Architecture and Allied Arts.
For more information, contact Shauna Riedel-Bash, Student Services Assistant Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org; or visit us in 201 McKenzie Hall.
Take Cinema Studies courses this summer!
Courses below open to all majors!
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Avid Media Composer 7.0
Cine 425 / CRN 47773 / 4 credits
Mon – Fri / Noon – 1:50 pm / 6/23/14 – 7/18/14
Instructor: Kevin May, Avid Certified Instructor
Media Composer is one of the most commonly used non-linear editing softwares in both the film and television industries.
Spoils of Babylon Comedic Screenwriter & Director
Join Matt Piedmont, as he discusses his career as a comedic screenwriter and director. Matt will discuss the process of creating, writing and directing the six-episode mini-series The Spoils of Babylon for IFC and show clips from the miniseries as well.