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Interview with Film Club President Dan Colella

Posted by: glenncm | April 27, 2018 | No Comment |

Check out Mariam Bello-Ogunu’s interview of Film Club President, Daniel Colella! Kudos to Mariam for a great story and to Dan and the club for their hard work this year.

Find Your Voice: Daniel Colella or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Film Club

 

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Opportunity to Study Film in Italy This Summer!

Posted by: glenncm | March 27, 2018 | No Comment |

From Professor DeLuca:

The University of Bologna organized a week of lectures on Italian Cinema this summer. Check out the link below for more information on this great opportunity!

https://site.unibo.it/mediatingitaly/en/people

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FALL 2018 COURSES

Posted by: glenncm | March 16, 2018 | No Comment |

Here is a tentative list of courses being offered in Fall of 2018 that count towards the Film Minor. Check back frequently for updates.

ENGL 212-03: Cinema: History & Criticism*
Prof. Bruns
MW 2-3:15
RSS 235
ENGL 212-01/02: Cinema: History & Criticism*
Prof. Glenn
TR 9:25-10:40/10:50-12:05
RSS 235
ENGL 351: Studies in American Film (Hollywood Genres)*
Prof. Bruns
MW 3:25-4:40
RSS 235
ENGL 390: Studies in Film (Auteur Filmmakers)***
Prof. Glenn
TR 1:40-2:55
RSS 235
TIT 370: Studies in Italian Cinema (New Italian Cinema)**
Prof. De Luca
MW 3:25-4:40
LCTR B09
taught in English – no pre-requisite
THTR 350: Screenwriting***
Rogers
TR 9:25-10:40
JSC 210

*meets the requirement for Cluster 1: Core Curriculum

**meets the requirement for Cluster 2: World Cinema/World Cultures

***meets the requirement for Cluster 3: Specialized Topics in Film & Other Media

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SUMMER 2018 COURSES

Posted by: glenncm | March 16, 2018 | No Comment |

Here is a tentative list of courses being offered in Summer of 2018 that count towards the Film Minor. Check back frequently for updates.

ENGL 390.01: Studies in Film (Irish Cinema)** or ***
Prof. Glenn
Summer I Session
Study Abroad in Dublin
HIST 210.04: Terror in the Aisles (The Horror Film and 20th c. American History)***
Prof. Poole
Maymester – MTWTF 8:30-12:00
MYBK 304
LTRS 270: Studies in Russian Film**
Gomer
Maymester – MTWTF 8:30-12:00
MYBK 206
PHIL 185: Philosophy & Film***
Prof. Baker
Maymester – MTWTF 8:30-12:00
MYBK 206
RELS 280: Religion & Film***
Doire
Maymester – MTWTF 8:30-12:00
JSC 237

*meets the requirement for Cluster 1: Core Curriculum

**meets the requirement for Cluster 2: World Cinema/World Cultures

***meets the requirement for Cluster 3: Specialized Topics in Film & Other Media

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It’s Alive! Frankenstein Panel Tonight

Posted by: glenncm | February 27, 2018 | No Comment |
Attention Horror film fans! Check out the panel tonight held by CofC and MUSC professors on Frankenstein, including the novel, its filmic adaptations and its current relevance to issues today. Drs. Poole and Beres-Rogers from CofC will be speaking.  
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ATTENTION FILM MINORS! Check out this free opportunity to gain valuable filmmaking skills. A group of film students will meet and carpool up to Trident Tech on Friday March 9. RSVP to Tim Fennell (below). Contact Film Club President Dan Colella for carpool info: colelladj@g.cofc.edu

 

Trident Technical College

Digital Film Production Fundamentals Workshop for College of Charleston Students (No Cost)

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“It’s not what you look at that matters. It’s what you see.” – Henry David Thoreau

Workshop Day and time: Friday, March 9, 2017 (4 hours)

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

Workshop Objectives –
Introduce students to fundamentals of Digital Film Production techniques and equipment through discussion, selected video viewing and hands-on demonstration exercises in the Trident Media Arts Production (MAP) facilities.

Learning Outcomes will include understanding of the artistic and technical production values and process of Digital Film Production (Principle Photography) including aesthetic elements that will be helpful for students to improve their Media Production school assignments and independently produced narrative, documentary and commissioned projects. The workshop will also serve to prepare students for more advanced professional training available in Trident Techʼs Media Arts Production programs and individual courses.

Workshop Overview – The Workshop has four phases:

  1. Introduction

Welcoming remarks; introduce Instructors and Student Assistants

  1. Hands-On Opportunities

Give the students a demonstration of high-end filmmaking equipment, such as the Arri SR3 film camera, Arri Amira, Canon C300 II and Canon C100 II.  The Fisher 10 dolly is an impressive camera support device that is a staple in filmmaking.  Immediately have the students make use of the dolly and procedures related to working on a film set.  Various set-ups and practice (studio and on-location).

III. Pizza and Discussion

  1. Different kinds of films. 
 B. Production departments and crew functions.
 C. Viewing, critique and discussion of selected commercials and film segments. D. Film editing. This is also a good time for students to share any work with the workshop attendees.
  2. Conclusion & Review

Question & Answer period…or more hands-on time, you decide.

Email Film Instructor Tim Fennell to register by March 2nd
timothy.fennell@tridenttech.edu

Students will receive a printed outline of the workshop that will include:
  ŸArtistic and technical information
  ŸA list of helpful production websites
  ŸFilm Appreciation Pointers on how to watch films and what artistic and technical elements to look for. Students are encouraged to contact the workshop instructors with questions about the workshop, Digital Filmmaking and Trident Media Arts Production courses.


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Papa Hemingway in Cuba this Thursday

Posted by: glenncm | February 13, 2018 | No Comment |

On Thursday, February 15, the CofC Film Club will screen Papa Hemingway in Cuba (2015) as part of the campus-wide Cuba Project. Lightsey B08, 7 p.m. Hope to see you there!

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Study Film in Ireland this Summer for Course Credit!

Posted by: glenncm | January 26, 2018 | No Comment |

Film Students,

Spend the month of June in Ireland studying film and another course of your choosing (Theater, Literature, Gender & Women’s Studies/History, or Irish Sports and Culture). The film course you’ll take in Ireland fulfills a requirement for the film minor. The trip is reasonably priced and offers you the opportunity to study and travel with fellow CofC students and faculty for an entire month. See the attached flyer for details, and contact Dr. Glenn at glenncm@cofc.edu if you have any questions! 

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Seeking Student Films for the Student Film Fest!

Posted by: glenncm | January 18, 2018 | No Comment |

Seeking Student Films for the Student Film Fest!

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