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Can video games teach people to be more empathetic? Maybe.
On the Sunny Shores of Peppermint Bay: Remembering Shirley Temple
Good Morning, Belarus
Teaching and Learning with the Kartemquin Films Collection
Prof. Burnett comments on the upcoming James Bond film, No Time To Die, and the racial politics of casting Lashana Lynch as the first Black female 00 agent
Diane Wei Lewis Promotion with tenure
New Blu-ray THE WOMAN ONE LONGS FOR (1929) with audio commentary by Gaylyn Studlar
New Blu-ray THE DELICIOUS LITTLE DEVIL (1919) with audio commentary by Gaylyn Studlar
Board Games as Therapeutic Media
Interview with Prof. Burnett on his new James Bond project
John Powers, PhD, joins Film and Media Studies as an assistant professor.
Prof. Burnett takes a closer look at the She-Ra franchise
VICTOR AND VICTORIA (1933) released on blu-ray with audio commentary by Professor Gaylyn Studlar
Richard Chapman's documentary 'Dateline-Saigon' released by First Run Features.
Prof. Chang-Min Yu accepts position as Assistant Professor at National Taiwan University
Funding New Research in the Humanities
Prof. Burnett speaks at the TIFF Lightbox
Prof. Burnett has won a Faculty Fellowship from WashU's Center for the Humanities
Lecturer Yu’s book review in Los Angeles Review of Books
Prof. Burnett's book on Robert Bresson reviewed in Senses of Cinema
New faculty book Powers of the Real: Cinema, Gender, and Emotion in Interwar Japan
FMS welcomes two new faculty members!
Video Lecture: "Theorizing Threaded Media: Or, Why James Bond Isn't Just a Failed Attempt At Star Wars."
What will you remember, and what's next?
Poynter Institute for Media Studies ranks "Live From Baghdad"
Precarity and the sexual politics of Koreeda Hirokazu's Air Doll (2009)
The 007 Franchise--Past, Present and Future
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Reem Hilu
FMS welcomes seven new affiliated faculty members.
Technologies of the Avant-Garde
Rhythm à la française
The Great American Film
Why Movie History Matters: Film Studies, Yesterday and Today
Black Panther and Popular Storytelling
Women's Labor and Japanese Animation
French realism and digital cinema
The Sewanee Review December
Ten Intergroup Relations Films for the Current Era
Paul wins Theatre Library Association book award
World Building - Alien: Covenant w/ Professor Colin Burnett
Prof. Colin Burnett discusses his book, The Invention of Robert Bresson (2017), on a recent video podcast.
Revolution in the Reels: Filming Japan's Interwar Struggle
The Invention of Robert Bresson: The Auteur and His Market
Hymns for the Fallen Combat Movie Music and Sound after Vietnam