A Documentary Screening and Information Session about Summer Study Abroad Program in South Korea will be held on Thursday, November 29 at 7 p.m. in the Park Auditorium.
Documentaries produced through a Cross-Cultural Documentary Research & Production class in summer 2012 will be screened. Cross-Cultural Documentary Research & Production class was taught at Hanyang University International Summer School in 2012 with other Media related courses. Five different short documentaries by Park students will be screened and the screening will follow a Q&A session with filmmakers. Also, there will be a presentation about this summer study abroad program. For more information, contact Professor Changhee Chun.
The following documentaries will be screened:
Three student documentaries will air on WCNY, the Syracuse PBS affiliate, on Sunday, November 18 at 10:00 p.m. The films were produced during the Spring 2012 semester as assignments for Senior Media Thesis, a capstone course taught by professors Steve Gordon and John Scott.
Featured Films include:
By Jesse Cases, Harlan Green-Taub, and Emily Potts
Expressions of Hope
By Kelsey Greene
Overlooked: Autumn’s Job Search
By Kelsy Franklin, James Heasley, Kylene Planer
The Handwerker Gallery is pleased to be screening Marwencol as the second event of the )OUTSIDERS( film series, introduced by Arturo Sinclair, faculty from the Department of Television and Radio. Sinclair’s interests include robotics & animatronics, augmented reality, and bridging the virtual with the real world. The film will be shown on Tuesday, October 9, at 5.00 p.m.. This event is absolutely free with light refreshments available!
IC Feminists, in association with SAFER, More Than Me, and She's The First are hosting a screening of the documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression Into Opportunity for Women Worldwide. It will be shown on Friday, October 5th at 7 pm in Textor 101.
Roy H. Park School of Communications majors interested in enrolling in CNPH 30403 Documentary Photography for Spring 2013 should attend an info meeting on:
Wednesday, October 10
This course will serve as the Park Award for Photo Activism, a joint program of Ithaca College, the Community Arts Partnership of Tompkins County, and the Park Foundation, and is designed to serve as a link between Ithaca College students and the greater Ithaca community.