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Arts of the Moving Image

Welcome to the Arts of the Moving Image, a film, video, and digital studies program at Duke University (more info)

2013 Graduation Video:

Students who graduated with an AMI Certificate in May 2013 discuss their experiences and the value of AMI in their Duke experience. Edited by AMI Certificate student King Lu ('15)

Latest News:

-Gary Hawkins, Visiting Lecturer and screenwriter of the upcoming film 'Joe', writes about a life of movies in the most recent Our State magazine.

-Visiting Filmmaker, Ted Bogosian, currently teaching 3D Cinema:Theory & Practice, has a recent piece in the News & Observer about the present and future of 3D.

 -AMI Lecturing Fellow and Artist in Residence, David Gatten presented a show/talk on Feb. 28 at the Carolina Film & Video Festival. He is also interviewed in Duke University Arts to reveal more about his teaching philosophy and his life story.

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 -Shambhavi Kaul, Visiting Artist and Adjunct Instructor, has a focus interview in the latest issue of Frieze magazine.

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    • Chitrakoot, 2012
    • Scene 32, 2009
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-David Gatten, AMI Lecturing Fellow and Artist in Residence, had a retrospective of his 16mm films at the Austrian Film Museum in Vienna Nov 21 & 22, followed by an exhibition at the National Film Archive in Prague.

-AMI Lecturing Fellow Josh Gibson's Nile Perch earns a spot on the short list for the 2014 Cinema Eye Honor for Outstanding Achievement in Nonfiction Short Filmmaking.

-Shambhavi Kaul, Visiting Artist and Adjunct Instructor, has a feature interviewon Fandor's Keyframe blog, where you can also view two of her previous films. Kaul's new film, "Mount Song," premiered at theToronto International Film Festival before screening at the New York Film Festival.

- Josh Gibson, AMI Lecturing Fellow, earns a spotlight on Duke Today for his 14 awards in the last two years.

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Weekly Events Jul 27 – Aug 02

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