The second Panther Film Festival is tomorrow! On Thursday, April 18, 2019, join us in GC 140 at 7:00 PM to see the outstanding creativity of FIU’s student filmmaker community (Doors open at 6:00 PM)! Food and drinks will be available on a first come first serve basis! Celebrate the great cinematic work of FIUs student body with us!
The unity Boulevard Film series presented by the Historic Hampton House in partnership with the FIU Department of History & African and African Diaspora studies and the Miami Jazz & Film Society continues with Belle January 17th at 6pm (Free to students with ID), for ticketing information click here.
The Second Annual Panther Film Festival will be here in April! Next Wednesday, January 23, 2019, the Film Studies Program will be hosting the first PFF Mixer of the Spring Semester from 3:00 to 5:00 PM in the patio area behind the English Department (4th Floor of DM, directional posters will be available that day). Come by to learn more about the festival, how to enter a short film, and meet possible collaborators. Snack will be provided.
With the semester coming to a close, the director and our interns have come together to give you the movies they’re anticipating the most in the coming weeks!
The January 6, 2019 deadline for the Panther Screenplay Competition is closer than you think! Thanks to our sponsor the Coral Gables Art Cinema, the winning screenplay of the competition will be awarded a 1-year membership to the CGAC’s After-Hours Program! To be considered eligible, screenplay submissions must be delivered no later than 11:59 PM on the day of the deadline, which is January 6, the Sunday before the Spring semester begins. Submit your screenplay in either PDF format to email@example.com or as a print copy to Dr. Strycharski’s mailbox in the English Department on the fourth floor of DM (Deuxieme Mansion MMC).
Join FIU film studies director Andrew Strycharski at Miami Beach Cinematheque tonight (11/14) at 7:00 PM for a screening of the classic film noir The Killers (1946). Andrew Strycharski’s introductory comments will focus on film noir story structure, the shock of the present and piecing together the past, and the experience of European (and especially Jewish) immigrants and exiles in the aftermath of World War II.
The spring 2019 film courses include a few new entries and a number of old favorites.
Of special note are two sections of Studies in the Film (ENG 4132). Igor Shteyrenberg (Executive Director of the Miami Jewish Film Festival and Co-director of the Popcorn Frights Festival) will reprise his course in the art of cinematography and the poetics of visual style. Students who took the course with professor Shteyrenberg still haven’t stopped talking about what a transformative experience it was. Running on Monday afternoons at the BBC, the course is a gem for students Continue reading Spring Registration is Here