Topic: Film

Filmed and produced by a cast and crew composed exclusively of Brown and RISD students, ‘Into Nowhere’ is set to be released privately in September and screened at film festivals after its release.

Arts & Culture

Student film ‘Into Nowhere’ examines utopia

October 20, 2016 0 comments

Most student films do not reach quite the same scale as “Into Nowhere.”

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‘Memories of the Wind’ depicts Turkish tragedy through poet

October 5, 2016 0 comments

“Ruzgarin Hatiralari” (“Memories of the Wind)”, directed by Ozcan Alper, is a film marred by tragedy that draws the portrait of a pained society.

Ivy Film Festival discusses diversity in filmmaking

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Ivy Film Festival discusses diversity in filmmaking

April 11, 2016 0 comments

The panel discussion “The Audience in Revolt: Gender, Race and Representation in Hollywood” on Friday discussed diversity in Hollywood.

Ivy Film Festival reaches campuses nationwide

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Ivy Film Festival reaches campuses nationwide

April 5, 2016 0 comments

The 16th annual Ivy Film Festival kicks off today with keynote speaker Jodie Foster at 11:45 a.m. at the Granoff Center for the Creative Arts.

Cable Car Cinema will show 15 highly acclaimed French films as part of the week-long Providence French Festival. The Modern Culture and Media and French departments worked alongside Cable Car’s owner to select films.

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Cable Car Cinema to show selection of French films

February 25, 2016 0 comments

Starting today, Providence’s Francophiles and cinephiles can unite at the Cable Car Cinema, where the Providence French Festival will run through March 3.

Come awards season, the Avon Cinema screens a number of critically acclaimed films. “Carol,” featured late last month, tells the story of a woman’s divorce and her nascent relationship with a young girl.

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‘Carol’ performances captivating, not ‘groundbreaking’ cinema

February 4, 2016 4 comments

The film “Carol,” directed by Todd Haynes ’85, has received critical acclaim from journalists and critics all over the world.

Science & Research

Hawking film explores love, not universe

March 12, 2015 0 comments

A heart-wrenching tale of Stephen Hawking’s love life and passion for physics, “The Theory of Everything” is a big bang for acting but not scientific depth.

Award-winning director Eliaichi Kimaro talked about race and identity in relation to her documentray “A Lot Like You” in a lecture sponsored by Black Heritage Series and the Brown Center for Students of Color.

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Filmmaker discusses personal history, identity as queer black woman

February 25, 2015 0 comments

Kimaro did not screen her film but spoke about the varied dimensions of black identity in a lecture that formed part of the Black Heritage Series.

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No limits to imagination, experimentation in animated shorts

February 4, 2015 0 comments

There’s nothing new about saying that short films have a particular freedom.

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Film details development of emergency medicine

January 23, 2015 0 comments

“The Evolution of Emergency Medicine” explores the experience of the people who developed emergency medicine in response to the changing needs of Americans.