Posts Tagged ‘faculty achievement’

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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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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Giovanna Chesler on the State of the Oscars

News at Mason speaks to Film and Video Studies Director and Associate Professor Giovanna Chesler on the state of the Oscars, #MeToo, #TimesUp and #OscarsSoWhite. Read the article: Mason professor assesses state of the Oscars.   See if any progress has been made since last year by reading Prof. Chesler’s assessment of the 2017 Oscars…

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Chinatown Doc to Screen in Arlington

Scene from the documentary CHINATOWN, directed by Yi Chen. Women in Film and Video continues its Locavore Film Series Wednesday, January 17, at 7:30 pm at the Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse. Screening will include Film and Video Studies Adjunct Professor Yi Chen’s documentary CHINATOWN. Tickets available here. Film and Video Studies Adjunct Professor Yi Chen.

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Audio Capture and Mixing Panel with Amanda Kraus

Weds One: Audio Capture and Mixing Interface Media Group 1233 20th St NW Washington, DC 20036 Wednesday, October 4, 2017 at 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM Tickets at Women in Film & Video. Sound is critical to the success of your media project. Learn what you need to do in production to have a successful…

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Prof. Hans Charles is Nominated for an Emmy

Hans Charles, Head of Cinematography in the Film and Video Studies program at George Mason University, has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography in a Nonfiction Program for 13TH with his co-Director of Photography, Kira Kelly. 13TH is nominated for 8 Emmys including Outstanding Documentary and Outstanding Director for Ava DuVernay. 13TH was…

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JAVA Premieres at RIFF

Poster art by Cameron Evans JAVA, the first short film produced in the Mason Film Lab, will make its film festival debut in competition at the Richmond International Film Festival on Saturday, March 4, 2017 12 p.m. at Bow Tie Movieland 2, headlining the International Shorts Spotlight 2 program. The Mason Film Lab began in…

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