Archive for November 2017

Support Film and Video Studies for Giving Tuesday

Giving Tuesday is a global day to support the programs that make a difference in your life and in your community. We hope that you consider Film and Video Studies at George Mason University one of those special places in the filmmaking community. Now, more than ever before, it is critical that we as artists…

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Alumni Spotlight: Paul O’Halloran

Alumni Spotlight: Paul O’Halloran Editor, Filmmaker, Screenwriter Paul O’Halloran graduated with a B.A. in Film and Video Studies in 2014. His senior thesis film Ard Laoch na h√Čireann /Hero of Ireland (2014) played at film festivals internationally and is now available to stream on Amazon Prime. Paul currently lives in Los Angeles.     Could…

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Fall Film Showcase

Fall Film Showcase December 7-9 All events are free and open to the public. Screenings are in the Johnson Center Cinema. Thursday, December 7 11am-3:30pm Staged Readings Johnson Center Gold Room Reading 1: 11-1:30 (including talkback) Intermission w/pizza: 1:30-2pm Reading 2: 2-3:30pm (including talkback) Staged readings are full readings of original scripts by seniors completing…

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When Two Worlds Collide

2017 Native American Indigenous Heritage Month presents When Two Worlds Collide Wednesday, November 15 7 pm, Johnson Center Cinema An Indigenous environmental activist from Peru takes on the large businesses that are destroying the Indigenous Amazon for the extraction of oil, minerals, and gas. Sponsored by the Native American Indigenous Alliance; The Office of Diversity,…

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