Brilliant Biograph Poster

The Brilliant Biograph

April 7, 2023

Q&A with Giovanna Fossati. Free show! April 11th at 7:00pm in Fiske Planetarium. Former CINE Prof Sabrina Negri also in attendence! The Mutoscope and Biograph Collection is the oldest film collection held at Eye Filmmuseum. It includes over 200 films, most of which made in Europe between 1897 and 1902...

Visions from Colorado: Lanscapes and Archives

April 6, 2023

Sponsored by the Society of Cinema and Media Studies , CU Boulder's Brakhage Center for Media Arts & the Department of Cinema Studies and Moving Image Arts. A two-part screening and talk on Stan Brakhage and the experimental film legacy in Colorado. There will be 10 films shown on 16mm...

IFS Spring 2023 Cover

Black Films Matter

Feb. 23, 2023

The CU Independent shares information about the group of films programmed by the International Film Series to commemorate Black History Month and the historic collaboration with the Center for African and African American Studies. "This Black cinema series was, in part, inspired by the community’s enthusiastic reaction to the showing...

Man behind bars

Former Grad Student Wins Tiger Award

Feb. 23, 2023

Former grad student Taylor McIntosh just won one of the 3 Tiger Awards for Short Film at Rotterdam Short films can be found at many places during IFFR: as part of video installations, preceding feature films at Pathé premieres and, naturally, in combined programmes. Films between 1 and 63 minutes...

Phil Solomon film

Cut Frames, Captured Pixels: Found Footage Film & Video

Feb. 2, 2023

The works of CINE Professors Jeanne Liotta and the late Phil Solomon will be featured in an exhibiton at the Florida State University MOFA from Janurary 12 through March 18th 2023. "Found footage filmmaking is a practice involving reappropriating and remixing previously shot or created materials for new, innovative purposes...

Gabby Mejia with projection

Cine Student Joins Inagural Class of Social Justice Scholars

Sept. 23, 2022

"The College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Colorado Boulder is excited to announce the 2022 inaugural class of social justice scholars. The social justice scholars program is a brand-new program that aims to elevate social justice as an orienting theme in the social sciences divisional work, demonstrating...

Prof. Erin Espelie Collaborates on Exhibit at DMNS

July 11, 2022

"A series of films, canvases, and a dynamic living wall exposes the multifaceted worlds of cyanobacteria in an exhibition now on display at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science (DMNS). REFRESH reveals microscopic landscapes that allow us to ponder how these prehistoric organisms shaped our world, and how they...

CINE Professor Geoff Marslett premieres animation feature

June 29, 2022

Time Travel Western ‘Quantum Cowboys,’ Starring Lily Gladstone and David Arquette, Gallops Between Multiverses CINE Professor Geoff Marslett brings his animated western feature film, Quantum Cowboys, to several European film festivals this summer. The film has since won the audience choice awards from the Champs Elysees Film Festival. "Physics-captivated scholar...

MFJ Cover

CINE Professor Published in Film Journal

May 5, 2022

Cinema Studies & Moving Image Arts Associate Professor, Jeanne Liotta, has been featured in the spring '22 issue of Millennium Film Journal #75

CU Alumni Triple Feature

Celebrating our Alumni: Triple Feature!

April 21, 2022

CU ALUMNI TRIPLE FEATURE Thursday, April 28th. Doors open at 7:00 pm and the films start at 7:30 pm. Takes place in ATLAS 102 (first floor). Admission is FREE! Give the CU Film Studies alumni a few years and they will come back with authentic cinema. This special preview showing...