As the summer approaches we prepare to bid farewell to another group of brilliant minds who have been an invaluable part of the film studies graduate community for the past two years. As our colleagues and friends move on to…
ARTHEMIS is pleased to present a lecture by Wendy Hui Kyong Chun “Habitual New Media” in April 12th 16h, in EV-1.615.
A sizeable MHSoC student contingent is making its way to Chicago in two weeks for the annual Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference. Check out brief descriptions of their presentations!
This term our graduate students will be presenting their works at conferences all over Canada and the US! Check out brief descriptions of their talks.
Two upcoming screenings by James Benning at the Cinémathèque québécoise that may be of interest to many: SCREENING Thursday January 17 at 6:30 pm Salle Fernand-Seguin, Cinémathèque québécoise Easy Rider, 2012. 95 min. A re-make of Dennis Hopper’s Easy Rider. Shot…
For the coming three weeks, the School of Cinema will be interviewing candidates who have been short-listed for a Canada Research Chair in Visual Heritage and Digital Archives. Grad students are invited to attend the candidates’ lectures and to meet…
The Screen Culture Research Group presents a public talk by Prof. Henry Jenkins (University of Southern California) this Thursday, January 10, 2013, at 6PM in H767.
Arthemis is pleased to present Karen Beckman (University of Pennsylvania) “Animating the Cinéfils: Alain Resnais and the Graphic Image” on Friday December 7, 2012 at 4:00PM in CJ 1.114, Loyola Campus.
ARTHEMIS is pleased to present a lecture with Dudley Andrew (Yale University) “Off the map, Beneath the Grid: World Cinema in the 21st Century” on Saturday December 8 at 7:30 PM in VA-114, followed by a screening of This Is Not a Film.
International students, are you thinking of making Quebec your permanent home after graduate school? Find out what the process is like!
Current MA Ryan Barnett’s latest independent study includes research on a 50-year old transatlantic expedition, rebuilding a raft, and wielding an ax. Find out more about it!
Concordia Graduate Film Studies Student Association is starting up a movie night series in the grad lounge! Suggestions for the first Science Fiction cult movies night are welcome.