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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)

News: 

- AMI Lecturing Fellow Bill Brown and UNC Art Department Professor Sabine Gruffat premiered their new documentary feature, "Speculation Nation," at CPH:DOX in Copenhagen in November. The film explores the housing crisis in Spain and the housing activists who are responding to it. Brown and Gruffat's film is featured in an Indiewire article about the festival.

     - a trailer for "Speculation Nation"

- 'Zero Irony', a new short film by Visiting Lecturer Gary Hawkins, has been selected for the (44th) International Film Festival Rotterdam, Jan 21–Feb 1, 2015, where it will have its world premiere.

- On November 21-29 the Gijon International Film Festival in Spain presented “The Matter Propounded 2010-2013,” a retrospective of recent 16mm films and digital cinema by David Gatten, AMI Lecturing Fellow and Artist in Residence. Tom McCormack describes Gatten's work as consisting “partly of cerebral puzzles and partly of lyrical reveries, and their central drama lies in the space between.”

Weekly Events Dec 14 – Dec 20

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