Author Archives: Gabriela Watson Aurazo
Professor Peter d’Agostino presents video installation and paper at the 2015 Balance-Unbalance International Conference
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: March 22, 2015
Peter d’Agostino, Professor of Film and Media Arts, Temple University, will present a preview his new video installation, World-Wide-Walks / between earth, sky & water/DESERTS at the Balance-Unbalance 2015 International Conference, Arizona State University, Tempe, March 22 – 29. The theme of the conference is Water, Climate, Place: Re-Imagining Environments and it is aimed to provoke discussion and reflection on how the climate is changing and what our future might hold.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: January 27, 2015
The Department of Film and Media Arts (FMA) is expanding its undergraduate program to offer a new Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) degree in addition to a more focused Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree. The new BFA will offer concentrations in Directing, Media Arts and Screenwriting for intensive arts education.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: January 15, 2015
NOTICE OF FACULTY VACANCY – Fall 2015 Assistant Professor – Screenwriting Assistant Professor – Post-Production Assistant Professor: Screenwriting (Download the description here) POSITION: Full-time (non-tenure track) appointment in Film and Media Arts RANK/SALARY: Assistant Professor, non-tenure-track appointment in Film and Media Arts.
Emerging Documentary Practices Symposium and Exhibition– Call for papers, proposals and creative work
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: January 3, 2015
An interdisciplinary one-day symposium and exhibition about how emerging technologies are transforming nonfiction image-making practices in cinema, art and ethnography will be held at Temple University, Friday April 3, 2015. Deadline For Proposals: (EXTENDED DEADLINE) January 17, 2015. The Department of Film and Media Arts (FMA) at Temple University is delighted to host a one-day interdisciplinary symposium on Emerging Documentary Practices.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: December 18, 2014
Temple University MFA candidate Israel Vasquez has been named a 2015 Sundance | Knight Fellow; this prestigious fellowship, offered by Sundance Institute in partnership with John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, offers support and opportunities to emerging filmmakers. Fellows will participate in special screenings, panels and professional development opportunities at the annual Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: December 10, 2014
Directed and produced by Temple University alumnus Tom Grahsler, Welcome to Deathfest is a feature documentary chronicling Maryland Deathfest, the largest independent extreme music festival in North America. The film takes a behind the scenes look at one of the few remaining major music festivals in America that eschews corporate sponsorship.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: December 5, 2014
We are proud to announce our NextFrame International Student Film Festival Selections for our 2014 festival season! Our selected films are now being shown in our virtual movie room at http://nextframe.org/movie-room/. Winners will be selected and announced in the upcoming months.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: December 4, 2014
Manuela Martelli, MFA Candidate in Film and Media Arts at Temple or Temple Alumnus was selected to participate in Chile Factory a project that will produce a feature film to be premiered at 2015 Cannes Film Festival and the 22nd Valdivia Film Fest program.
Professor Peter d’Agostino’s Experimental Video and Multi-Media course hosts lectures by visiting scholar Gabriel Villota and artist Estibaliz Sádaba
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: November 14, 2014
On Wednesday, November 19, the Film and Media Arts Lecture Series will welcome two internationally recognized scholars and video artists: Visiting Scholar Gabriel Villota and video artist Estibaliz Sádaba. Hosted by Professor Peter d’Agostino’s Experimental Video and Multi-Media course, Villota and Sádaba will present on experimental video performance.
By Gabriela Watson Aurazo | Published: November 2, 2014
Temple University Professor Chris Cagle of the Department of Film and Media Studies published an essay on classical Hollywood cinematography from 1928-1946 in Cinematography, a book edited by Trinity University’s Patrick Keating and published by Rutgers University Press(RUP). The book is part of the RUP’s Behind the Silver Screen Series; each volume is on a separate craft in Hollywood filmmaking.