A recent Mason alum has entered the field with a current job position as an assistant editor for Ventana Productions in Washington, D.C., after graduating with a BA in Film and Video Studies from Mason this spring.
Ashley Blue decided to pursue this career path during her senior year of high school after seeing “Slumdog Millionaire” at the theater.
Ben Steger is a documentary filmmaker and a professor for the Film and Video Studies department and Film and Media Studies program here at Mason. His new documentary, “Stage Four: A Love Story,” premiered at the Washington West Film Festival on Oct. 25.
Come discuss plans for this year's events and learn about joining the club at our first general body meeting on MONDAY, October 13th at 7pm in The Hub, next to the Corner Pocket. We can't wait to see you there!
Freshman enrollment increased by 50 percent this fall. Two-thirds of those enrolled are freshmen, while one-third are transfer students. In past years, the number of transfer and freshman students has been about even, says FAVS Program Coordinator John Kowalski.
For “The New Black,” the Visiting Filmmakers series features co-sponsorship from many Mason departments, including African and African American Studies, the Honors College, the LGBTQ Resources Program, Women and Gender Studies and others.
Carla Marcantonio invited to speak at the NYU-Columbia conference on "Screen Melodrama: Global Perspectives," held from 28 February-3 March. Her paper was entited "Mapping Melodrama: Atemporality, Affect, and Global Cinema."