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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)

Lauren Wolkstein, Duke '04, speaks:

2014 graduates speak:

Students who graduated with an AMI Certificate in May 2014 discuss their experiences and the value of AMI in their Duke experience. Edited by AMI Certificate student King Lu ('15)


- Andréa Picard (programmer of the Toronto Film Festival) awarded the Grand Prix to Mount Song by Shambhavi Kaul, AMI visiting artist and adjunct professor, with the following explanation: ''With dislocating fervour, Shambhavi Kaul's Mount Song summons a mysterious, enchanting yet foreboding force that activates our cinematic imaginary, giving us pause on the cultural complexities of artifice. Quietly explosive (more info)!’'

    • Mount Song, 2013

       - Mount Song, 2013 by Shambhavi Kaul

- Josh Gibson, lecturing fellow, and Shambhavi Kaul, visiting artist and adjunct professor, will show new works at the New York Film Festival in October.

-Shambhavi Kaul's new film, Night Noon, will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival in September.

- Josh Gibson's new film, Theoretical Architectures, premiered at the 2014 Telluride Film Festival. The film also features a score created by Bill Seaman, a visual studies professor at Duke.

- Josh Gibson was awarded the 2015 North Carolina Arts Council Fellowship for FIlmmaking (more info).

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