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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)

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: 

    • Mount Song, 2013

       - Mount Song, 2013 by Shambhavi Kaul

- 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)!’'

- 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).

- Ted Bogosian, visiting filmmaker, has an op-ed about the legacy of the timeless 'Wizard of Oz'.

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