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Spanish Civil War

The Spanish Civil War between the Republicans, led by President of the Republic Manuel Azaña, and the Nationalists, led by Francisco Franco, lasted from the 17th of July 1936 to the 1st of April 1939. 271 more words

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Blade Runner

Blade Runner (1982) is a neo-noir science-fiction film based on the novel Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? by Phillip K. Dick. In this universe, androids called ‘replicants’ are created to colonise other planets but some escape and are hunted down by blade runners. 315 more words

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Welcome MA and PhD Students 2017

Photo by Eleanor Ty

The Department of English and Film Studies is delighted to welcome our new MA and PhD cohort this fall who have come to us from near and far: 105 more words

Erin's Story- An English student's study abroad experience with the Los Angeles Film Studies Center.

Erin Wolf
Junior at Whitworth
English Major
Film and Visual Narrative Minor
She is spending her fall semester studying at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center (LAFSC) in Los Angeles, California. 741 more words

Internship Spotlight


My degree is, to a large extent, a great big experiment in pushing two completely different subjects together and trying to make a coherent, respectable and fairly useful degree. 355 more words


Pan's Labyrinth

A young girl, caught in the midst of the Spanish Civil War, is instructed by a faun to complete a set of tasks so that she can become immortal. 207 more words

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Filmmaker takes Media X helm

This fall, the first wave of students began studying in the College’s newest program, Media X. The program, which prepares students to work in the ever-changing media landscape, has surpassed expectations by enrolling 27 students in its first semester. 1,152 more words