Thanks to the generosity of alum Ben Kalb ’69, the Departments of Theatre Arts & Athletics invite students to attend a two-day, one-credit workshop to bolster on-camera tv/film hosting skills.
The one-credit course is an invitation-only class open only to students who have a declared majors of Journalism, Theater Arts or Cinema Studies and/or are student athletes. Space is limited to 15 participants. For more information, please read the On Camera Hosting Flyer.
Deadline Extended: Students who wish to register should contact Krysten Mayfair, email@example.com by April 27, 2015.
Students admitted to the course will be selected by John Schmor, theater department head, in consultation with heads of the areas listed above.
CINE 425 Top Indie Film seeks cast members for three short student produced narrative films
Non-union only, no compensation except for exposure in great films. Shooting will be 3-4 days during the month of May. The films are produced by crews of nine students using scripts chosen from our screenwriting course, and will be scored by advanced composition students and faculty at the UO School of Music and Dance. But, we need acting talent!
DIVA’s Behind the Lens Seminar at the Baker Downtown Center
This a non-credit seminar opportunity for students
Tuesdays, 7-9:30 p.m.
March 31 - June 9, 2015
UO Baker Downtown Center -- 325 E 10th Ave -- Eugene, OR.
The University of Oregon Adrenaline Film Project is an intensive narrative film production workshop in which university students and local filmmakers write, shoot and edit their films in just 72 hours.
Application Deadline: March 9, 2015
Cinema Studies 2014 graduate, Maura Turner, received a production management intern position with Pixar Animation Studios!
Congratulations and Go Ducks!
Call for Entries: 2nd Annual EFS Screening
The Screening & Social celebrates the best of local film production and specialized exhibition in the Willamette Valley including: student work from UO Cinema Studies and LCC Media Arts; showcases from the Cinema Pacific Film Festival and DisOrient Film Festival; winning films from the EFS 72 Hour Horror Film Competition and EFS 72 Hour Music Video Competition; and selections from other notable locally produced films. Patrons of the event include regional art house cinemas owners, film festival administrators, the Executive Director of Oregon Film, board members of OMPA, local and state government representatives, and Bijou Cinemas members. After the screening, patrons are invited to network with leaders and members of the local film community anticipating the various film events and opportunities for 2015.
Kawai's short film, NAMI, selected for screening at the 44th edition of the International Film Festival Rotterdam
One of the largest public film events in the world, IFFR actively supports independent filmmaking from around the globe and is a recognized platform in Europe for launching new films and talent and runs January 21 through February 1, 2015.