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Recent Article on CofC Film Club

Posted by: glenncm | October 9, 2017 | No Comment |

Check out the recent article on the CofC Film Club, which covers their trip to Trident for the digital filmmaking workshop!

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Posted by: glenncm | October 5, 2017 | No Comment |

Check out the great lineup of films, including Get Out and I Am Not Your Negro, offered by the African American Fall Film Festival this month. See the link below for more information.

 

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Film Lecture by CofC Professor Giovanna DeLuca

Posted by: glenncm | September 19, 2017 | No Comment |

Brush up on your Italian film knowledge! Check out Professor Giovanna DeLuca’s lecture–“Camorra and Comedy in New Italian Cinema”–this Wednesday, Sept 20, at 4 p.m. in Maybank 117.

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Digital Film Production Fundamentals Workshop

Posted by: glenncm | September 19, 2017 | No Comment |

Attention, aspiring filmmakers! This Friday, Sept 22, filmmaker and Trident Tech film professor Tim Fennell will lead a free workshop for College of Charleston students that will introduce students to the basics of digital filmmaking.

Begin 4pm / Pizza break at 6:30pm / Wrap-up at 8pm

Held on Trident Tech’s main campus. RSVP required, send RSVP to Tim at Timothy.Fennell@tridenttech.edu

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Lights, Camera, Charleston

Posted by: John Bruns | April 27, 2017 | No Comment |

Check out this cool article in CisternYard about Charleston’s place in the history of motion pictures!

Ryan Gosling, at Martin’s Point Plantation, Wadmalaw, SC. From the 2004 film, The Notebook

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The Charleston Civil Rights Film Festival, organized by Jon Hale, Associate Professor of Education, Health and Human Performance and author Benjamin Hedin (In Search of the Movement: The Struggle for Civil Rights Then and Now). The festival kicks off tomorrow night (Thursday, April 20) at the American Theatre with a screening of Scarred Justice: The Orangeburg Massacre, 1968 (dir. Judy Richardson, 2008). From the festival website: “Showcasing shorts, features, and documentaries, the fest explores the long history of the freedom struggle in America. Sited in a city of rare historic significance, the event also engages with the community to promote new forms of activism. Founded in 2017, the fest promises to be an annual fixture of the Lowcountry calendar.” For more information and the full schedule, click here.

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Gius Gargiulo, Professor at Université de Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, will be visiting the College of Charleston. On April 19, he will be giving a lecture entitled “Reframing the Hero in Italian and American Westerns.” Prof. Gargiulo is author of Terrorismes L’Italie et l’Allemagne a l’epreuve des annoys de plo, and Footsophie: Le foot come indentité et fictionnememnt méditatique en Italie et ailleurs. The visit is sponsored by the Nuovo Cinema Italiano Film Festival, the Department of French, Francophone, and Italian Studies, and the College of Charleston. The lecture is at 5pm in RSS 235. It is free and open to the public.

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The African American Studies Program has been hosting a film festival, and tonight is the festival’s third screening, Black Dynamite (Scott Sanders, 2011), a hilarious send-up of 1970s Blaxploitation films. The festival, “When Bruce Lee Meets Bruce Leroy,” is celebrating the cross-cultural exchange of transnational Asian martial arts films and the 1970s Blaxploitation genre. Tonight’s screening is at 6:30 in ECTR 118. The screening is free and open to the public. The next installment will be Akira Kurosawa’s Jidaigeki classic Yojimbo (1961) on April 10.

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The 2017 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, in Durham, NC, is April 6-9 and tickets are now on sale. For anyone familiar with the festival, the trip up to Durham for a long weekend is well worth it. Check out the schedule here.

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The Terrace Charleston Film Festival is here!

Posted by: John Bruns | March 16, 2017 | No Comment |

The 8th Annual Terrace Charleston Film Festival commences tonight, with screenings of two brilliant films, The Zookeeper’s Wife (dir. Niki Caro, 2017) at 8:00pm and I Am Not Your Negro (dir. Raoul Peck, 2017) at 8:15pm. If you want to see both, don’t worry as there will be repeat screenings. Full a full schedule of the festival events/screenings, click here. The festival runs through Sunday, March 19. The Terrace Theatre is located at 1956D Maybank Highway, James Island.

 

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