Calling all filmmakers!
DisOrient Asian American Film Festival is accepting entries until December 31, 2020:
- We are looking for films by, for and/or about Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders.
- We accept short and feature-length narrative and documentary films, including animation and music videos.
Associate Professor of Cinema Studies and Italian Sergio Rigoletto has published a new book titled Le norme traviate. Saggi sul genere e sulla sessualità nel cinema e nella televisione italiana (Meltemi).
Registration begins November 23, 2020. Read below for more information and course descriptions!
Courses below are open to all majors!
Cinema Studies Majors: Visit the course list page for the complete list of courses and how they satisfy the major.
The Remixing Media, ©ritiquing Culture Freshman Interest Group (FIG) announces a "call for entries" to artists for the UO ©ritical A®t Show
Beginning December 4th (specifics coming soon) The Remixing Media, ©ritiquing Culture Freshman Interest Group will host the 4th annual UO ©ritical A®t Show, which is an event that brings together student and community artists. Due to Covid-related uncertainty, this year's show will be a virtual experience.
We are accepting digital submissions from artists through November 29, 2020.
The event is organized and curated by a group of 20 first-year students in a FYP (first year program), the FIG Assistant, Ellie Reisman, and their instructor Andre´ Sirois (DJ food stamp).
Associate Professor Dong Hoon Kim’s new article, "Comrade Kim Goes Global: Refiguring North Korean Cinema in a Global Context," was published in the Fall 2020 issue of Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context.
Article from CINE Montage: Journal of the Motion Picture Editors Guild
Who gave you your first break?
"I was fortunate enough to have a mentor, David Bess, whom I had met in my senior year of college when we connected through the University of Oregon’s Cinema Studies alumni network. David reached out on my behalf to a former colleague who happened to work where I wanted to work, Trailer Park. He passed my name along at an opportune moment when the agency’s satellite office was hiring a coordinator/assistant editor. David has had my back ever since."
Article from Gripped Climbing Magazine
Comfortably ensconced in Hans Florine’s basement in Yosemite West where he works as a caretaker, Buschini fills his days with filming, taking photographs and climbing everything in sight.