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FAMS Courses Fall 2019

FAMS Courses Fall 2019

FAMS courses in Fall 2019 include Business of Film and Video, Film and Video Forms, Global Horror, History of World Cinema, Indian Cinema , Introduction to Anime and Manga, International Mysteries, Introduction to Documentary, Race/Gender/Class/Sports, Silent Cinema and the Archive, and Spanish Language Film and Television.

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FAMS Courses Summer 2019

FAMS Courses Summer 2019

Registration begins March 25. Check out FAMS courses for Summer 2019. Online: Film and Video Forms, Introduction to Film, History of World Cinema, Business of Film, Global Horror Film. Classroom courses: Japanese Cinema, Gender, Race & Class in Media, Conflict, Terrorism, Human Rights.

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A Discussion on Leftism, Morality, and Community Growth: Boots Riley, Richard Wolff, Andrew Kliman

A Discussion on Leftism, Morality, and Community Growth: Boots Riley, Richard Wolff, Andrew Kliman

A discussion among scholars, professionals, and students on the ethics of leftist ideologies with an emphasis on how they work, common myths about them, their focus on economics, and their impact on communities. With Boots Riley, Richard Wolff, and Andrew Kliman.

How to Get There

How to Get There

“As a filmmaker, you want to look for stories around you, and [local immigrant chef Justin Gudiel] has a story that needs to be told,” FAVS senior Jared Palacios said. His film, "How to Get There," premieres May 4 at the Mason Film Festival.

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Kauri George, Film and Video Studies

Kauri George, Film and Video Studies

“The whole [Film and Video Studies Program] is like a community that helps each other.” According to Kauri George, the program’s size allows for more genuine heart and talent to come through. NEWS: Kauri's film, Close Call, won a regional 2019 Emmy Award for Best Short Form - Fiction.

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