FTVM Major Caleb Phillip James Wins Two Freep Film Festival Awards in the Real Fresh Documentary Competition
Interdisciplinary Heart of Darkness Cube Highlighted at Hail to the Cube Symposium by Michigan Daily
Professor Rielle Navitsky (University of Georgia) Leads Professionalization Workshop for FTVM Graduate Students
PhD Student Amber Hardiman Contributes to U-M Press Podcast about Open Access and Building Structural Equity
PhD Student Briand Gentry Participates in "125th Anniversary -- Edison's Vitascope" Program at Columbia
Oliver Thornton Writes and Produces J.P. McCarthy Documentary in Collaboration with FTVM Alum Matthew Stinson
Associate Professor Colin Gunckel Publishes Essay in Cosmopolitan Film Cultures in Latin America, 1896-1960
Associate Professor Colin Gunckel Travels to Mexico to Assist with Recovery Efforts of Cinema Archive
Associate Professor Matthew Solomon and PhD Student Vincent Longo Present Talk at University of Chicago
Director of Screenwriting Jim Burnstein Visits Columbus as a Guest Artist in the Leventhal Artists Program
Professor Giorgio Bertellini Grants Interview to Italian Daily Newspaper about THE DIVO AND THE DUCE
Associate Professor Colin Gunckel Co-Edits and Contributes Essay to to CINEMA BETWEEN LATIN AMERICA AND LOS ANGELES
Professor Markus Nornes Publishes "Filmless Festivals and Dragon Seals: Independent Cinema in China" in FILM QUARTERLY
Professor Emeritus Richard Abel Publishes New Essay in The Routledge Companion to New Cinema History
Professor Emeritus Richard Abel Contributes Essay to PRESENCES AND REPRESENTATIONS OF WOMEN IN THE EARLY YEARS OF CINEMA, 1895-1920
Associate Professor Colin Gunckel Contributes Chapter in Screening Race in American Nontheatrical Film
Matthew Solomon, Vincent Longo, and Shawn Jackson Create Unique Video Dictionary Repository for Students
FTVM Production Faculty Oliver Thornton Nominated for Three Emmys in the 42nd Annual Michigan Emmy Awards
Professor Giorgio Bertellini Reaps Accolades for THE DIVO AND THE DUCE and Reviews THE PERFECT FASCIST
Assistant Professor Melissa Phruksachart Appears on SCMS's Podcast "Talking Television in a Time of Crisis"
Professor Johannes von Moltke Gives Presidential Address at German Studies Association's Annual Conference
Assistant Professor Melissa Phruksachart's Essay on the Literature of White Liberalism Lauded as It Continues to Circulate
Associate Professor Colin Gunckel Participates in Screening of First Chicano Feature Film at UCLA Film and Television Archive
Art House Presents Swapnil Rai "Representations Matter: Deconstructing Bollywood's Women Through a Feminist Lens"
Associate Professor Hollis Griffin Contributes to Huffington Post article "The Psychology Behind Why We Hate-Watch"
FTVM Studies Faculty Matthew Noble-Olson Contributes Essay to Dossier in Krisis: Journal for Contemporary Philosophy
Asst. Professor Swapnil Rai Acts as Chair and Discussant for Keynote by Bollywood Celebrity Activist Swara Bhaskar
Associate Professor Matthew Solomon Participates in Webinar about Muriel Rukeyser's HOUDINI: THE MUSICAL
Assistant Professor Yvette Granata Announces Fall Line Up of International and National Exhibitions and Screenings
Associate Professor Daniel Herbert Gives Presentation for University of Delaware Symposium and Appears on NPR's "It's Been a Minute"
Professor Matthew Solomon and Lecturer Vincent Longo Receive 2023 Society for Cinema and Media Studies Innovative Pedagogy Award
LSA Professor Jim Burnstein Says Proposed Increase In State Film Incentives Is Not Enough To Build An Industry
LSA Alumnus A. Brad Schwartz Plays An Important Role In A PBS Documentary About the "War of the Worlds" Radio Broadcast
Professor Lisa Nakamura Appointed Gwendolyn Calvert Baker Collegiate Professor of American Culture and Screen Arts
Emeritus Professor Richard Abel to Receive the Prestigious Society of Cinema and Media Studies’ Distinguished Career Achievement Award
Honors Student Vincent Longo Selected to Present Paper at Visions Film Conference in Wilmington, North Carolina
Professor Hugh Cohen, Lecturer Mark Kligerman, and Senior Lecturer Terri Sarris Nominated for the Golden Apple Award
Praise for Assistant Professor Dan Herbert's Book <i>Videoland: Movie Culture at the American Video Store</i>
FTVM Associate Professor Giorgio Bertellini's Book <i>Italian Silent Cinema: A Reader</i> on Shortlist for Prestigious Kraszna-Krausz Award
Chinese Subtitling Expert Akiyama Tamako Gives Talk "The Liberty Coerced by Limitation: Subtitling Independent Chinese Documentary"
Professor Emeritus Richard Abel Receives 2014 Distinguished Career Achievement Award from the Society of Cinema and Media Studies
Lights, Camera, FTVMtion! <br>FTVM Faculty Jim Burnstein and Robert Rayher Interviewed for Michigan Daily Article</br>
FTVM '14 Graduate Nicole Lagore Selected for Prestigious Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Foundation Internship
Independent Filmmaker John Sayles and Producer Maggie Renzi Donate Work to UM Library Archives, Attend Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
Associate Professor Giorgio Bertellini's Book <i>Italian Silent Cinema: A Reader</i> a Finalist for Prestigious Richard Wall Memorial Award
BROADCAST HYSTERIA: Orson Welles's War of the Worlds and the Art of Fake News by FTVM Alumnus '13, A. Brad Schwartz
Congratulations to: Dr. Colin Gunckel and Dr. Candace Moore, co-directors of a project: Cultivating Diversity in the Department of Film, Television, and Media Curriculum
FTVM '15 Alumna Caroline Schaper wrote two jokes for Letterman's final Top 10 list! CNN's "At This Hour" anchors interviewed Caroline on Wednesday May 27th.
Archivists from LSA Department of Film, Television, and Media Discover Fragments of Unfinished Orson Welles Autobiography
FTVM Alumnus, Historian, and Author A. Brad Schwartz Publishes BROADCAST HYSTERIA and Participates in Upcoming Wellespring Symposium
Terri Sarris Curates and Presents Experimental Screendance Works at the Mini Microcinema in Cincinnati and Continues Her Work with Super 8 and 16mm Film
Professor Emeritus Richard Abel Publishes MENUS FOR MOVIELAND: NEWSPAPERS AND THE EMERGENCE OF AMERICAN FILM CULTURE
Professor Emeritus Richard Abel and FTVM Graduate Student Vincent Longo Contribute to Le Giornate del Cinema Muto
Senior Lecturer Terri Sarris and FTVM Alums J.B. Armstrong and Josh Gibert Selected for Sundance Institute's Detroit Screenwriters Intensive
Caryl Flinn and Mark Clague to Give Pre-Concert Talk Entitled "Music in Character and as Character: Bernstein's Musical Score to ON THE WATERFRONT"
"Checking Tolerance: Network Self-regulation and 1970s Gay Media Activism" talk by Professor Candace Moore
"GO FAR: The Christopher Rush Story" Film Screening and Q&A with Director and Producer Zack Arnold (FTVM '02 alumnus)
Premiere of AMC Revolutionary War Drama Series "TURN" Created by FTVM Alumnus Craig Silverstein ('97)