The Film and Media Studies Program is the hub for the study of film and other moving image and sound media at Yale. Deeply invested in scholarship, teaching and film programming, our Program both sustains the traditions of and nurtures the most innovative directions in film and media studies research. With our superb faculty and Yale’s extraordinary library and archival collections, the Program has taken its place as one of the most exciting venues for film and media study in the world.
The Migrant Crisis in Europe: A two-part film series
The Migrant Crisis in Europe:A two-part film series
53 Wall Street
Sunday, October 9 at 7pm
School of Babel
(La cour de Babel)
Julie Bertuccelli, 2013, 89 min.
Monday, October 10 at 7pm
Aki Kaurismäki, 2011, 93 min.
Memories of a Penitent Heart
Rough Cut: Fall Semester schedule
September 29, 4:00 pm, LC 319: Wendy Chun, Professor of Modern Culture and Media, Brown University, Cosponsored by the Theory and Media Studies Colloquium in English
October 13, 4:30 pm, WLH 309: Lisa Nakamura (Professor of American Cultures and Coordinator of Digital Studies, University of Michigan), Sponsored by WGSS
October 27, 5:30pm, 212 York St: Danny Fairfax, Response by Francesco Casetti
November 10, 5:30pm, 212 York St: Bernard Geoghegan, Response by R. John Williams
December 1, 5:30pm, 212 York St: Lisa Akervall, Response by Dudley Andrew
December 15, 5:30pm, 212 York St: Moira Weigel, Response T.B.D
Mellon Foundation funds Yale seminar series on the ‘genealogy’ of screens
A new seminar series will explore the common ancestry of a centuries-old codex, a theater stage, and a modern display screen.
Click here to read the full article in the Yale News: