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Associate Professor Joshua Bonnetta will present three new works at the 2017 Berlinale (Berlin Film Festival) taking place from Feb. 9-19.

Lago, developed in response to former Associate Professor Ron Jude's photo book Lago, is a multichannel sound installation of two compositions comprised of field recordings collected in the Sonoran Desert. The work will be accompanied with a 4-channel video installation Land of Thin Air. These two works will be exhibited for the duration of the festival in the Marshall McLuhan Salon at the Canadian Embassy. Land of Thin Air was co-edited with current Ithaca College student Jacob Schaffel-Scherrer.

El Mar La Mar is a feature length film co-directed with Northwestern University Assistant Professor John-Paul Sniadecki. The film is explores at a highly politicized area of the south-western Sonoran desert along a stretch of the Mexico/US border.

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The week before the Super Bowl – itself one of the biggest events in professional sports and popular culture – has become fabled for a non-stop blitz of media coverage from the host city. This week, three Ithaca College students are in Houston, TX to broadcast their live sports-talk show and podcast from the site of Super Bowl LI.

Jake Asman and Dan Budick, hosts of the...

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Ithaca College student Daniella Hobbs took home the jury award at the Director’s Guild of America Student Film Awards for her documentary film, “The City of Good Neighbors.”  

The senior documentary studies and production major accepted her...

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The rise of social media and mobile devices has changed the ways that journalism is produced and consumed. In his forthcoming book “Mobile and Social Media Journalism: A Practical Guide,” Ithaca College Assistant Professor Anthony...

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Bill D’Elia, an executive producer and director of the hit ABC television series “How to Get Away with Murder,” has been selected to deliver the main address at Ithaca College’s 2017 Commencement ceremony,...

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