March 1 - Elements: A Symposium

Elements: A Symposium

Elements Poster

The Elements series at Duke University Press assembles inquiries into the material substrates that constitute... More

March 12 - Eugenie Brinkema, MIT

Drabness and Ethics (on the Values of Formalism)

Portrait of Eugenie Brinkema

The Berkeley Film and Media Seminar presents: Eugenie Brinkema, MIT “Drabness and Ethics (on the... More

April 18 - Jeff Scheible, King’s College, London

The Ideology of Alternation: Ping Pong, Narration, and Contemporary TV

Portrait of Jeff Scheible

Berkeley Film and Media Seminar Series presents:   Jeff Scheible, King’s College, London “The Ideology... More


offers innovative, interdisciplinary programs leading to a B.A. in Film and a Ph.D. in Film & Media. It also provides curricular support for the Designated Emphasis in Film Studies for doctoral students in other departments. The Department teaches students to think historically, theoretically, and analytically about film and media within the broad context of humanistic studies. Students and faculty engage with all forms of moving-image culture, including film, still photography, television, and digital media. The Department also offers courses in screenwriting, curating, and digital video production.