Rendering (the) Visible III: Liquidity Announcement and Call For Papers
Published August 14, 2017 in News Hub
ATLANTA—The graduate program in Moving Image Studies at Georgia State University presents “Rendering (the) Visible” III: Liquidity,” February 8-10, 2018. Conference panels, film and dance performances, and keynote lecture will explore the concept of liquidity as an innovative critical approach to the image’s relation to space, sensoriality, and digitality, as well as an aesthetic sensibility attuned to the political ontology of motion, form, matter, and noise.
Professor Daniel Robin Presents “All the Leaves Are Brown” Short at the Curtas Vila Do Conde Film Festival
It has been an exhilarating summer for the School of Film, Media, & Theatre’s Professor Daniel Robin, who travelled to Portugal in July to present his new film short "All the Leaves Are Brown" at the prestigious Curtas Vila Do Conde – International Film Festival.
Film Student Alyssa Gilmore Blogs on Industry Opportunities For Women in Film and TV
Gearing up for the upcoming Women in Business North American Summit in Atlanta, film and game design student Alyssa Gilmore posts “The Illusion of Inclusion”—individual perspectives of how to change the film and TV industry to include women in more opportunities. Among those interviewed included Jenny Gunn, PhD Candidate in Moving Image Studies.
Atlanta Mobile Music Project Asks MARTA Commuters…What Are You Listening To?
The Atlanta Mobile Music project aims to connect commuters around shared music tastes, and asks MARTA commuters to take part in a survey on their types of music and listening habits while in transit.
The New School of Film, Media & Theatre Joins The College of the Arts
Published August 1, 2017 in News Hub
ATLANTA – The new College of the Arts at Georgia State University completes its formation as a fully-operating college by establishing the new School of Film, Media, & Theatre.
Student Filmmaker Gabe Monett Debuts "Das Mahn Bun" Short at Cannes Film Festival
Published June 6, 2017 in News Hub
Bravo to the 2017 GSU Film Festival Winners!
Published May 19, 2017 in News Hub