Congratulations to UO Alum James Ivory, '51 on the 2018 Oscar Nomination for "Best Adapted Screenplay" for Call Me By Your Name
UO Women and Film invites you to be a part of the conversation. Skill-based, confidence workshops, mentorship, and community-building for women in media.
Cinema Studies is excited to announce that writer and director Chloé Zhao will join us spring term for the third annual Harlan J. Strauss Visiting Filmmaker Series! Zhao's feature debut, Songs My Brothers Taught Me, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, screened at the Cannes Film Festival Directors’ Fortnight, and was nominated for three 2016 Independent Spirit Awards. Her most recent film, The Rider (2017), won the top prize at the Director’s Fortnight at Cannes and is nominated for multiple Independent Spirit Awards, including Best Feature and Best Director. The Rider also received the Werner Herzog Foundation Award for its courage and vision.
Featuring Guest Lecturer and Award-winning Writer and Director Chloé Zhao
Apply Now for Spring Term! Taught by Cinema Studies Instructor Masami Kawai, this spring term course features lectures by Chloé Zhao, director of The Rider (2017) and Songs My Brothers Taught Me (2015).
Applications are now closed.
ONLINE APPLICATION DUE 8 A.M. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 14, 2018
Duck TV is a variety show produced and entirely run by students at Oregon. Every term, Duck TV features a collection of creative shows along with news and sportscasts. Whether you want to act in a drama, make people laugh in a comedy, edit/shoot video or help produce television, Duck TV has a place for you!
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Stop by 201 McKenzie Hall to purchase a "Cinema Studies" logo hoodie sweatshirt or baseball cap. Limited sizes and quantities available for two days only:
- Tuesday, January 16th from Noon to 2:00 p.m.
- Wednesday, January 17th from 11 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Space is still available in CINE 408: Work Avid Post Production; CINE 415: Cinema Careers; and CINE 425: Topic-Sound for Screens
Call for Papers:
The sixth annual SCMS Undergraduate Conference invites undergraduate students from Film Studies or related disciplines to propose papers representing their best work in cinema and media studies. A unique international event, the 2018 Laurier installment represents the first time the SCMS undergraduate conference will take place in Canada. There will be 30 presentations over two days, with everyone together for the duration, and no concurrent panels. Each participant will have 15 minutes to present their individual essay—approximately 2,000-2,100 words when presented at a normal talking speed with a few visual aids—on a thematically organized panel.