Independent filmmaker John Sayles and producer Maggie Renzi donate work to UM library archives, attend ribbon cutting ceremony. Click on image for more details.
Guest TV Writer Janet Leahy (Mad Men; The Cosby Show)
Welcome New SAC Majors!
TV director Mark Cendrowski (Big Bang Theory) instructs students during Terri Sarris' Situation Comedy class.
Professor Giorgio Bertellini and Roberto Vezzani (Ph.D candidate in Italian and Certificate Student in Screen Arts) talk about the trajectories of Fascist films in 1930s America—Vezzani's dissertation subject.
Screenwriter Kirsten "Kiwi" Smith and the Director of Screenwriting Jim Burnstein in SAC 427 Advanced Screenwriting Workshop on Friday October 3, 2014.
Cinematography, SAC 304.
In Screen Arts & Cultures, we create and study the moving image as seen on multiple screens—on the big screens of movie palaces, the cineplex, the art house and the film festival; on small screens ensconced in mammoth fifties consoles and those of giant flat-screened visual glory. With a strong undergraduate curriculum of production and studies, a burgeoning doctoral program in screen arts and a faculty of award-winning scholars and media makers, Screen Arts & Cultures offers a vibrant intellectual and artistic community here in the Midwest/Great Lakes region.
- Screen Arts & Cultures' Screenwriting Students awarded Winter 2015 Hopwood Awards! April 10, 2015
- Congratulations to: Dr. Colin Gunckel and Dr. Candace Moore, co-directors of a project: Cultivating Diversity in the Screen Arts and Cultures Curriculum March 23, 2015
- SAC's PhD Student Dimitri Pavlounis Wins Rackham Predoctorial Fellowship March 19, 2015
- Documentary Film Presentation with Director, NPR's Jocelyn Ford: Nowhere to Call Home
Speaker: Jocelyn Ford, Film Director