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Film at Mason Fall Showcase

Film at Mason Fall Showcase

The Fall Film Showcase features student work made during the fall semester. The work is made students in intermediate directing (fiction and documentary) and beginning video production, as well as senior thesis films. 12/8 10am-6pm Johnson Center Cinema. Free and open to the public.

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FAMS Courses for Spring 2019

FAMS Courses for Spring 2019

FAMS courses offered in Spring 2019 include Global Horror Film, TV and Twitter, Introduction to Spanish-Language Cinema, Race/Gender/Class/Sports, Film & Video Forms, and Cyberpunk.

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A Critic's Point of View: Ann Hornaday and Cynthia Fuchs

A Critic's Point of View: Ann Hornaday and Cynthia Fuchs

Friday, November 30 4:30pm Art and Design Building 1007 Free and open to the public: George Mason's Delta Kappa Alpha invites you to A Critic's Point of View, a conversation with Ann Hornaday, movie critic for The Washington Post and Cynthia Fuchs, Film Critic and Director of Film and Media Studies at George Mason University.

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Poetry Daily Moves to Mason

Poetry Daily Moves to Mason

Poetry Daily, the popular daily online anthology that has been promoting poetry since 1997 at www.poems.com, has begun the process of moving to George Mason University where it will be published in partnership with the Department of English’s Creative Writing Program and George Mason University Libraries. Founders Don Selby and Diane Boller, who are retiring at the end of the year after steering, editing, and growing the web-based journal for more than twenty-one years, will remain on the board of directors of Daily Poetry Association, the nonprofit organization that publishes Poetry Daily. Editors, students, and staff at Mason take on daily production as of January 1, 2019.

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Nov 13: Free screening of More Than a Word

Nov 13: Free screening of More Than a Word

7:30pm Johnson Center Cinema: A film by Kenneth and John Little, More Than a Word takes an objective look at the Washington R*dskins/Mascot controversy, the history of the word and the effects of stereotypes in sports.

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Immigration and the Midterm Elections, Nov. 28, 5-7pm

Immigration and the Midterm Elections, Nov. 28, 5-7pm

Immigration and the 2018 Midterm Elections Wednesday, November 28, 2018 5-7pm Johnson Center, Meeting Room F, 3rd Floor The results of the 2018 midterm elections are in, and there will likely be important consequences for immigration policy. Come hear expert panelists and policymakers discuss their predictions for immigration in 2019 and beyond.

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Nov 5: DKA Screening and discussion: Pan's Labyrinth

Nov 5: DKA Screening and discussion: Pan's Labyrinth

4:30pm Johnson Center Cinema From visionary director Guillermo del Toro comes the story of Ofelia, a girl thrown into a realm of mystic fawns, fairies, and pale monsters. Come join us, along with Film and Media Studies director Cynthia Fuchs, for this dark fairy tale.

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