Since its founding in 1991 by graduate students, the Arts of the Moving Image's Screen/Society series has been the center of eclectic film programming on campus. ... Free to both the Duke and Durham communities, the program’s selection offers an assortment of films, with an emphasis on international and arthouse films that are not otherwise easily accessible. read more»
Students often come to know their professors over the course of a semester-long class, where instructors serve more as mentors and advisors than writers, researchers or filmmakers. The 2019 AMI Faculty Filmmaker Spotlight, held this past Thursday at the Rubenstein Arts Center, highlighted the role of AMI professors as artists in their own right through a screening of their most recent filmmaking projects.
At 88 years old with nearly 60 years in the film industry, Jean-Luc Godard remains at the cutting-edge of cinema. His newest film, The Image Book, or Le livre d'image, was the first film to ever receive a Special Palme d'Or at Cannes 2018. Duke students will be able to see the film a full two weeks before its American opening on Jan.
Just like that, the Screen/Society podcast is under production! Stay tuned for the launch!
“Material Desire and Experimental Film”
(Curated by Kim Knowles)
Four very special evenings of short experimental films at Duke University’s Rubenstein Arts Center, Film Theater, during the Spring 2018 semester: