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  • Student FAQs for Commencement

    May 9, 2023

    Commencement FAQ for Students The Film & Media department commencement ceremony: Tuesday, May 16 | 2PM | Zellerbach Auditorium How long is the ceremony? The ceremony starts promptly at 2pm and lasts approximately 2 hours. The reception will…

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  • SURF winner Penelope Martindale

    April 13, 2023

    Film & Media’s very own Penelope Martindale won the coveted $5,000 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship L&S this year. Penelope will be theorizing women in baseball movies, as well as making her own film on the subject. Big high…

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  • “The Variations of Nicolás Pereda”

    April 12, 2023

    From April 11-18, the Parisian museum, Jeu de Paume, has organized a retrospective and celebration of the work of the Film and Media professor, Nico Pereda.  “¿Tú también eres actor? (Are you also an actor?), Gabino asks Paco when they meet for the…

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  • Jennifer Blaylock (2019) receives The Katherine Singer Kovács Award

    February 22, 2023

    Film and Media PhD alum, Jennifer Blaylock, received the The Katherine Singer Kovács Essay Award for ‘Who wants a BlackBerry these days?’ Honoring the memory of USC professor Katherine Singer Kovács, this award is given to an outstanding…

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  • Film & Media Commencement Updates

    December 19, 2022

    The Film & Media Commencement Ceremony Tuesday, May 16 at 2pm Zellerbach Auditorium Tickets will go on sale on April 25 at 12pm. Due to logistics, each ticket is now $5. (Graduates do not need to purchase tickets…

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  • Professor Gaboury wins the Computer History Museum Prize

    November 17, 2022

    Congratulations to Professor Jacob Gaboury! He won the 2022 Computer History Museum Prize for his book, Image Objects: An Archaeology of Computer Graphics. The Computer History Museum Prize is awarded to the author of an outstanding book in…

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  • Toxic Masculinity, Spectral Homosexuality by Damon Young

    March 31, 2022

    Read Professor Damon Young‘s piece on Power of the Dog and the Western in Public Books. (Read an excerpt below.)   Toxic Masculinity, Spectral Homosexuality Of the film genres that shaped Hollywood during its classical period from the 1930s through…

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  • HUM 196: Unlocatable: Seeing Hong Kong and its Arts

    March 30, 2022

    HUM 196 Mentored Research Lab 3 units, Class #24594 Unlocatable: Seeing Hong Kong and its Arts Instructor: Prof. Winnie Wong Thursday, 2-5pm Wheeler 212 Mentored Research courses are designed to introduce upper-division students to the research culture on…

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  • Professor Doane publishes new book: Bigger Than Life

    March 24, 2022

    Bigger Than Life The Close-Up and Scale in the Cinema MARY ANN DOANE In Bigger Than Life Mary Ann Doane examines how the scalar operations of cinema, especially those of the close-up, disturb and reconfigure the spectator’s sense…

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  • Film & Media Professor Jacob Gaboury Releases New Book, “Image Objects: An Archaeology of Computer Graphics”

    August 17, 2021

    Most of us think of computer graphics as a relatively recent invention, enabling the spectacular visual effects and lifelike simulations we see in current films, television shows, and digital games. In fact, computer graphics have been around as…

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