For the last few months, we have had the wonderful opportunity to share our reviews, listicles, and other film posts with you all. But now, as the semester comes to an end it is with a heavy heart that we must bid you farewell. Continue reading Goodbye! (For Now)
On Tuesday morning dozens of local filmmakers and residents gathered outside the historic Tower Theater to protest the City of Miami’s decision to terminate its contract with Miami Dade College, which has operated the venue since 2002. The controversial move stirred outrage among supporters of the theater who view it as a beacon of the local film community.
Jean-Luc Godard, pioneer of the French New Wave, and one of the most revered filmmakers of all time, has died at 91. His radical approach to cinema redefined the form and language of the medium and gave birth to a body of work that continues to inspire filmmakers today, even as it continues to challenge our notions of narrative structure and the craft of cinema.
The FIU Film Club is proud to announce our first meeting of the year on September 20th, 2022. For details about the location and time just text (786)-294-5420 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and say you want to join the group chat. You can also contact the club by using this link https://fiu.campuslabs.com/engage/organization/filmclub where you will then be added to the club group chat where all club announcements and meeting dates will be posted. Continue reading FIU Film Club Meeting September 20th!
In our continuous effort to combat social distancing, the FIU Film Studies program has been hosting virtual movie screenings via Netflix’s Teleparty. Make sure to join us this week at 8PM for Martin Scorsese’s The Departed, starring Leo DiCaprio, Matt Damon, and Jack Nicholson. Continue reading Wednesday Night Screenings on Netflix Teleparty
Panthers with a love for film have some great options to choose from when picking their Summer and Fall 2020 classes this term.
For those who are drawn to historical studies, FIU is offering a course on Early America in Fact, Film, and Fiction at the MMC campus this summer, which will compare historical texts to the way early American history is portrayed in film. The term will also offer an array of online options including Holocaust Cinema as well as both Intro To Film Studies and History of Film, which are required courses for completion of the Film Studies certificate. Continue reading Summer And Fall Course Offerings: A Little Something For Everyone
Calling all filmmakers! This year’s Panther Film Festival will be taking place on April 15th at 7:30pm in GC 140. If you have a short film you’ve been working on, this is your opportunity to showcase it to fellow peers and even win prizes. Applications are open now until April 1st, with completed films due April 9th. You can find the applications here. Continue reading The Third Annual Student Film Festival Applications + Info