Kirsty Dootson was awarded runner up in the best doctoral student article category at the British Association of Film, Television and Screen Studies Conference in the UK (for her Max Factor article that came out in Film History last summer). It... [Read More]
Two beloved faculty members — history professor George Chauncey ’77 GRD ’89 and his husband, film studies professor Ronald Gregg — will be leaving Yale for Columbia University at the end of this academic year.
Censorship as a productive force: The case of Vertov-John MacKay
“Censorship as a productive force: The case of Vertov,” and it’s at the Gino Germani Research Institute at the University of Buenos Aires-John MacKay:
Mellon Foundation funds Yale seminar series on the ‘genealogy’ of screens
September 16, 2016
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... [Read More]
by Bess Connolly Martellphoto © Laila Pozzo
Francesco Casetti, chair of the Film and Media Studies Program, recently received one of the most prestigious European awards in film and media studies — the XIV annual Limina Prize for Best International... [Read More]
Every year the second-year graduate students of the Film & Media Studies program at Yale University organize a graduate conference on a vanguard topic in the field. This year’s conference is scheduled to take place on February 19th–20th 2016... [Read More]