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MARMIA Acquires the WJZ-TV Collection!

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Moving Image Archive (MARMIA) has recently acquired the WJZ-TV Collection, including one-of-a-kind audio and video formats. WJZ-TV is Baltimore’s third television station in history, having first  broadcast in November 1948. 400 more words

Brian Thompson of Southern Film Critic reviews "The Dinner" and "I Am Heath Ledger"


There is pleasure to be had with a certain type of controversial film, but the exasperated sighs that filled the audience in my screening of The Dinner were the result of frustration with the direction of the film, rather than outrage over the subject matter. 166 more words


Cine-File's Kyle Cubr reviews the documentary "Cameraperson" screening at Northwestern's Block Cinema

Over the past twenty-five years, Kristen Johnson has plied her trade as a documentary cinematographer working on such films as FAHRENHEIT 9/11 and CITIZENFOUR. In CAMERAPERSON, Johnson utilizes her past experiences on these documentaries as well as some of their unused footage to create a visual memoir of her career. 245 more words


Stand With Us: Reproductive Justice in Utah

Stand With Us is a project for the University of Utah’s Social Justice Documentary Filmmaking course, created by Grace Mathews, Sage Bennett, Meghan McGinnis, and myself. 308 more words


This is HARD ~ Thoughts by Sarah

When I applied for my Masters of Social Work degree at the University of Southern California I had to answer some question that sounded like a smarter version of: “Which professors do you want to take when you come to school here?” I had not thought that far ahead, so I rapidly scoured the website profiles to bullshit my way through an answer. 286 more words

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We Made it!

Day one in Florida and we’ve already gotten quite a bit done. Dr. Hilary Swain has been so engaging and gave us her own set of directions from the Fort Myers airport to the Archbold Biological Station. 218 more words

Two Weeks in Viana do Castelo

Last week, I found myself in Viana do Castelo again. I was there in transit, waiting for the next bus that would bring me further up north. 391 more words