Deirdre Boyle, Associate Professor in the School of Media Studies, has been on leave during the fall 2019 semester while working on her forthcoming book, Ferryman of Memories: The Films of Rithy Panh, to be published by Rutgers University Press in late 2020. In September she was
“Ciao, Sesame Street” a documentary directed by Professor John Peter Didato was selected as the winner of the 2019 Russo Brothers Italian American Film Forum. The award was announced by directors Anthony and Joe Russo (Avengers: Endgame) during The National Italian American Foundation’s 44th Anniversary
“A magnificently unflinching film from a master director in the making.” —Carlos Aguilar, The Wrap “Grade: A- There are any number of movies about gay men trying to liberate themselves from the long shadow of heteronormative oppression… but few have been told with the extraordinary nuance or
The Laundromat Project is Seeking a Storytelling Fellow! The Laundromat Project (The LP) is seeking a creative, passionate, and driven storyteller for a part-time and year-long Storytelling Fellowship. This Fellowship is designed for an upper-level undergraduate or rising graduate student and will provide real-life professional
Call for Papers: Submissions are open for the Spring 2020 Journal! gnovis Journal — Georgetown University’s peer-reviewed academic journal of Communication, Culture & Technology — is accepting submissions for our Spring 2020 edition until Friday, January 17, 2020, at 11:59 P.M. We welcome original, academically rigorous
Filmatique’s Queer Cinema series continues with I Killed My Mother, Xavier Dolan’s semi-autobiographical portrait of a teenage boy’s relationship with his single mother as he wrestles with the decision to come out. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month. First month free.
Two Doc Queens: Sheila Nevins + Erin Lee Carr Known as the ‘Doyenne of Documentaries,’ Sheila Nevins has produced dozens of Oscar, Peabody, and Emmy-winning films (“When the Levees Broke,” “Citizenfour”). Nevins recently left HBO — after an incredible 38-year run — to lead MTV’s new documentary division. Erin