This year, Kristen Alfaro, Julie Ravary-Pilon, and Tim Smith submitted their MA theses. You can read their abstracts here, and you can borrow a copy of the full thesis from the Grad Library!
It’s grant application season!!! As such, a number of us have decided to celebrate by holding a student-led grant writing workshop. The festivities will be held this Friday October 5th 10:30am – 12:30pm in room FB-449. All are welcome, however an RSVP is kindly requested.
Dr. Luca Caminati will be hosting a workshop on Friday, October 12, 2-4 pm in room FB-323.
Greetings fellow scholars and film buffs! Did you know that Grad/Aperture has its very own youtube channel? We have been exploring the farthest reaches of youtube, searching through the thousands of videos of cats wearing hats, babies laughing manically, and…
Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema professors Dr. Catherine Russell and Dr. Masha Salazkina will be leading a grant writing workshop on Friday September 28, 2:00-4:00 PM, in FB 323.
Deleuzian junkies get philosophical at their weekly summer book club meetings. First up: Difference & Repetition … and croquet!
Starting Monday, September 17th, the Concordia University chapter of Cinema Politica returns with Christophe Coello’s Squat: The City Belongs To Us. The film follows the activist collective Miles de Viviendas (Thousands of Homes) in Barcelona as they work to set…
A not so long time ago in a grad lounge not so far away . . .
There lived a group of cinetologists who wanted to make a useful, fun, and collaborative website for the graduate programs at the Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. These are their stories. (Dun-dun!)