The Department of Cinema Studies at the University of Oregon in Eugene, OR is currently hiring for an Assistant Professor of Cinema Studies (Job #524150) with an emphasis on cinemas of the Global South, including Africa, Latin America, the Middle East, Southeast Asia, and/or their diasporas. We seek scholars and scholar-practitioners whose work examines the theories, histories, and cultures of Global South cinemas—including film, video, TV, and emerging media—and attends to the aesthetic and industrial practices of cinema in local and transnational contexts.
Cinema Studies is currently accepting applications for Student Lab Monitors for the 2019-20 academic year
Deadline to Apply: 8:00 a.m. Monday, September 9, 2019
The student Lab Monitor works in the Cinema Studies Lab located in 267 Knight Library. The primary duties are managing the lab space and providing customer assistance for students using computers during open lab times. The Lab Monitor’s other responsibilities include routine upkeep, trouble shooting computer issues, interpreting policies, assisting students with production software, and other routine duties.
The Department of Cinema Studies is proud to announce that Ethnic Studies Associate Professor Ernesto Martinez’s short film, LA SERENATA, is a finalist in the Imagen Foundation Short Film and Web Series Awards!
Please support this amazing film by VOTING and inviting friends and family to vote as well (one vote per 24 hours): https://www.imagen.
Voting ends Wednesday, July 31st!
Synopsis: Two parents struggle with their beloved Mexican musical tradition when their son requests a love song for another boy.
DisOrient Asian American Film Festival promotes the diversity of Asian American and Pacific Islander experiences. We break open the one-dimensional stereotypes of the “Oriental” and advocate for diversity and inclusion in mainstream media. DisOrient believes in the power of film to educate and positively transform our communities and the world.
Call for Entries:
–Looking for films by, for and/or about Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders.
–Accepting short and feature-length narrative and documentary films, including animation and music videos.
–Offering homestays to attending filmmakers and awesome hospitality!
For more information and to submit an entry, visit https://filmfreeway.com/DisOrientAsianAmericanFilmFestivalofOregon
If you’re planning a trip to Los Angeles this summer, one of the best ways to experience the film capitol of the world might be attending a Hollywood film screening.
And if you’re in town at the right time, a good one to catch is “Runaway Hollywood: Global Production in the Postwar World,” a programmed series of films from the UCLA Film and Television Archive based on a book by UO assistant professor of cinema studies and film historian Daniel Steinhart. The films will be shown this summer at the Billy Wilder Theater in Los Angeles.
Cinema Studies congratulates the graduates of the class of 2019!
Thank you to all participants in the commencement ceremony Sunday, June 16, 2019 in Straub Hall!
Explore Cinema Studies Fall 2019 Core Ed Courses
Registration begins May 20, 2019. Read below for more information and course descriptions!
It’s that time again! The University of Oregon's fourth annual giving day, #DucksGive is coming May 16, 2019. This 24-hour campaign is an amazing opportunity for all Ducks to join together and make a huge impact for current students, future students, campus, and more.
Daniel Gómez Steinhart, assistant professor of Cinema Studies, discusses his book Runaway Hollywood: Internationalizing Postwar Production and Location Shooting, which focuses on Hollywood filmmaking in Europe after World War II. Steinhart also talks about "Hollywood Style," a class he developed and taught as a 2018-19 Oregon Humanities Center Teaching Fellow. The class examined the history and evolution of film technology and aesthetics.