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'The Oxford Handbook of Queer Cinema', Co-Edited by Senior Lecturer Ron Gregg and Featuring Professor Tom Kalin
December 10, 2021

Kalin’s contribution to the book is a chapter entitled “Andy and Me (It's Not Real and It's Not Fiction).

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Xinyi Zhao '17 Receives Japan Foundation Dissertation Fellowship
December 8, 2021

Film and Media Studies alumna and current PhD candidate in East Asian Languages and Cultures Xinyi Zhao '17 received the Japan Foundation Dissertation Fellowship to conduct field work for her PhD dissertation, titled Cinema as a Quest for Modernity: Film Culture, Spectatorship, and Colonial (After)lives of Manchukuo.

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Alumna Annie Berke '09 Publishes New Book, 'Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television'
December 8, 2021

Their Own Best Creations: Women Writers in Postwar Television by alumna Annie Berke '09 will be published in January 2022.

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Professor Annette Insdorf Awarded Moment Magazine’s Creativity Award
November 24, 2021

In her acceptance speech, Insdorf spoke of Elie Wiesel, renowned author, professor, political activist, Holocaust suvivor, as well as Moment’s co-founder: “I was fortunate enough to know him, and I continue to be inspired by his quiet wisdom, his unquenchable thirst for social justice, his stubborn faith in Judaism, and his fierce devotion to educating the world about the Holocaust.

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Professor and Alumnus J. Hoberman '81 Publishes Book on 'Duck Soup'
November 5, 2021

Adjunct Film Professor and alumnus J.

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Associate Professor Racquel Gates Is Consulting Producer and Editor for Melvin Van Peebles Box Set
October 5, 2021

As Werman pointed out in their conversation, Gates once had the opportunity to interview Van Peebles for her own scholarly research.

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Professor Nico Baumbach Receives Columbia University Alliance Program Grant 2021
March 24, 2021

The symposium, which is the second part of an earlier Alliance Program held in 2019 on Expanded Documentary, Baumbach and Michalet investigate a range of resistant and critical practices from conceptual art installations and found-footage montage to digital documentary films and queer post-cinema.

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Alumnus William Plotnick '20 Co-Programs Sessão Cinelimite Virtual Film Program
March 18, 2021

Plotnick received his BA in Comparative Literature from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst in 2018.

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2021 Kit Noir Film Festival Kicks Off with Anthony Mann's 'Border Incident'
March 16, 2021

Border Incident (1949), the first programmed film of this year’s festival series, is set at the California border and follows two INS operatives, one Mexican and one American, who investigate a human smuggling ring.

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Alumnus Peter Labuza '14 Wins Best Dissertation at SCMS Awards
March 10, 2021

While film and legal historians have examined how judicial decisions and regulatory measures shaped the film and television industry, “When A Handshake Meant Something” examines how a new set of legal professionals molded its organizational structure and the cultural discourse around its relationship to art during the 1950s and 1960s.

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