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Conversation: A Critic’s Point of View

A Critic’s Point of View Friday, November 30 4:30-6:30, Art and Design Building, AB 1007 Free and open to the public George Mason’s Delta Kappa Alpha invites you to A Critic’s Point of View, a conversation with Ann Hornaday, movie critic for The Washington Post and Dr. Cynthia Fuchs, Associate Professor and Director of Film…

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Crowdfunding Campaign

Film at Mason launches Crowdfunding Campaign for the  month of November! Consider a gift of $10, $25, $50 or whatever amount is right for you bit.ly/FilmatMasonDolly   Film at Mason trains career-ready graduates who are familiar with industry-standard equipment and ready for success on professional film sets. In just 10 years, Film at Mason has…

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Film Alum Erblin Nushi a Finalist for Student Academy Awards

BINI Official Trailer from Tilia Entertainment on Vimeo. Film at Mason graduate Erblin Nushi (FAVS, 2017) has advanced to the finals of the Student Academy Awards in the Narrative (Domestic Films) category for his film BINI. His film is one of eight films to make it to the finals and the only work created by…

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The Pick Up to Screen at DC Shorts

THE PICK UP, the second film produced by the Mason Film Lab, will make its Washington, DC Premiere at DC Shorts Film Festival with three chances to watch! DC Shorts Film Festival Landmark’s E Street Cinema, 555 11th Street NW, Washington, DC 20004 SHOWCASE 4 Friday, Sep 7, 2018 9:30p.m. – 11:00p.m. Sunday, Sep 9,…

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Film at Mason Welcomes New Faculty

Film and Video Studies announces the hire of two new full-time, tenure-track faculty. Please welcome Nikyatu Jusu, Assistant Professor in Directing and Screenwriting, and Maura Ugarte, Assistant Professor in Directing and Editing.   Nikyatu Jusu Sierra Leonean-American filmmaker Professor Nikyatu Jusu’s films have played at festivals nationally and internationally garnering her a myriad of laurels…

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Summer Research in Asia

Vibrations student crew present their research in Asia at the OSCAR poster session. LtoR: Brittney Flores, Blaire Collingwood, Zeyn Faddoul, and Sanders Evans. Photo: Lisa Thrasher. Film and Video Studies professors Ben Steger and Lisa Thrasher traveled to Asia this July with four students to film episodes for VIBRATIONS. Directed by Benjamin Steger and Produced…

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Winners of the 2018 Mason Film Festival

LtR: Hannah Looney; Logan McKennah Brown; Erik Muendel, CEO and Chief Creative Officer of Brightline Interactive; Lindsey Oblitey; and Stephen Gentry. (Not pictured: Kaidan Blackmer) Thanks to a donation from Brightline Interactive, our Film and Video Studies festival jury gave monetary awards to filmmakers in the Best of Fest (Spring and Fall), Best Drama, Best…

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Off the Wall 2018

George Mason – Off the Wall Highlight 2016 from Jim Folliard on Vimeo. OFF THE WALL Saturday, April 21, 2018 5:00 – 8:00 p.m. Art and Design Building George Mason University Fairfax Campus Featuring the Mason Mural Project Mark your calendar now to experience Off the Wall, a benefit hosted by Mason’s School of Art,…

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Mason Giving Day

Mason Giving Day is next Thursday, April 5. Giving Day is a 24-hour giving celebration for all of Mason Nation. It’s a day for you to show your support by making a gift to a Mason program that resonates with you and we hope you’ll choose to support Film and Video Studies. Your donations will…

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VIBRATIONS project seeks students

VIBRATIONS is a documentary series that profiles contemporary singer-songwriters and practitioners of traditional musical forms while revealing regional music cultures around the world. Inspirational in nature, Vibrations emphasizes the healing power of music and its ability to create positive individual and social change. In featuring musicians and their stories, we share how music is a…

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