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Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture screens at Videoex in Zurich

May 16, 2022

MST Faculty Jennida Chase and Hassan Pitts screen their most recent short essay film Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture at […]


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Lone Soldier Rising will screen in the Hip Hop Cine Fest in Rome, Italy

April 22, 2022

Media Studies lecturer Hassan Pitts acted as cinematographer and editor for the dance film which was directed and choreographed by Jurne Smith.


Dr. Frierson’s film on Fred Chappell showing at RiverRun

April 20, 2022

Media Studies Professor Dr. Michael Frierson has fond memories of regularly seeing Fred Chappell at the Pickwick bar back in […]


Upcoming Event: Sanarchy’s Mask/Maske Meet & Greet

February 22, 2022

Sanarchy hosts a meet & greet for the Mask/Maske exhibition this coming Thursday 2/24 at Noon eastern Time. We’ll walk through the […]


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MST Faculty Jennida Chase and Hassan Pitts screen their most recent short essay film Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture around the globe

February 11, 2022

Their multi-disciplinary art group, S/N, will screen Notes From Someone Else’s Lecture at Esto Es Para Esto in Monterrey, Mexico, the Festival Internacional […]


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David Cook publishes A History of Three-Dimensional Cinema (Anthem Press)

September 15, 2021

A History of Three-Dimensional Cinema (Anthem Press) is a companion volume to A History of Narrative Film (Fifth Edition: W. […]


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UNCG project tells stories of unsung Civil Rights heroes

October 16, 2020

We all know of the Greensboro Four, Rosa Parks, Martin Luther King Jr., and John Lewis. But what about the […]


Keeping it Reel in the Local Market: UNCG alum to speak on Entrepreneurship Day

October 21, 2019

For over ten years, UNCG alumnus Jeff Brewer has been patiently grinding and growing to build up his career as […]


Dr. David Cook featured on CNN’s “The Movies”

August 20, 2019

Dr. David Cook was featured as a film expert in two episodes of CNN’s 6-part series “The Movies,” produced by […]


Emily Edwards releases Graphic Violence: Illustrated Theories about Violence, Popular Media, and Our Social Lives

August 12, 2019

Graphic Violence addresses concerns that media bear some responsibility for social violence, comprehensively surveying predominant ideas about media violence and the […]