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Hollywood Gender Problem


SAT, DEC 2 | 10:00-11:15AM
SESSION 1: Who's Telling the Story and Why Does it Matter?
Led by Bonnie J. Dow
Followed by the film BEWARE OF A HOLY WHORE


SAT, DEC 9 | 10:00-11:15AM
SESSION 2: Gender in Film Criticism: The Voice of Authority
Led by Claire Sisco King
Followed by the film DANCE, GIRL, DANCE


SAT, DEC 16 | 10:00-11:15AM
SESSION 3: Separating Art From Artist: Where Do We Draw the Line?
Led by Jennifer Fay
Followed by the film IN A LONELY PACE

VU Theatre presents



Adapted by Steve Moulds

From the play by Luigi Pirandello

Directed by David Ian Lee,
Fred Coe Artist-in-Residence


November 3 & 4 @ 8pm
November 5 @ 2pm
November 9 @ 7pm
November 10 &11 @ 8pm

All performances in Neely Auditorium


October 6, 2017


October 5, 2017


Sasha Waters Freyer

September 28, 2017


Thursday 9/28    

Sarratt Cinema/International Lens 7:30

An evening with award winning documentary and experimental filmmaker Sasha Waters Freyer. Sasha will be screening recent works and hosting a Q&A.


More about Sasha

Sasha Waters Freyer is a moving image artist trained in photography and the documentary tradition who fuses original and found footage in 16mm film and digital media.  In 2016, she received the Helen Hill Award from the Orphan Film Symposium, and in 2015, a Media Arts grant from the National Endowment of the Arts.  Her past projects have screened at international film festivals like Rotterdam, Telluride, Tribeca and IMAGES; in museums such as the Pacific Film Archives, the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit; on international public and cable television and in microcinemas, church basements and county libraries. Since 2013, Sasha has served as Chair of the Department of Photography + Film at Virginia Commonwealth University, the number one public arts school in the U.S.

link to a trailer of Professor Freyer's current film:
link to Professor Freyer's website:


The Interior



Saturday, September 2, 2017

5pm: Film Screening of Jonathan Rattner's 

The Interior and Further In

Seed Space/Track One.

About The Interior

January, the Alaskan Interior, 56 dogs, four humans, five hours of sunlight. This observational work - shot on both 16mm and digital video - is a sensory journey that follows Brent Sass, an award-winning dog musher, and his community of dogs living in isolation in the rural inland of Alaska. The Interior, recently won the Michael Moore Award for best documentary at the Ann Arbor Film Festival and was acquired by the Ruben/Bentson Moving Image Collection at the Walker Art Center



Friday, October 28th, 2016

7:30 PM at the Belcourt Theatre

Professor Seth Kim discusses The Handmaiden at Belcourt Theatre. Kim will also lead a brief post-screening discussion in the Jackson Education and Engagement Space (limited seating; first-come first-served).

The Handmaiden


Friday, December 2

Film Theory and Visual Culture
12:00p - 2:00p Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities

Lutz Koepnick: "Michael Bay's World Cinema"