Posts Tagged ‘screenings’

Mason Film Festival 2017 Award Winners

Mason Film Festival 2017 – Announcing Festival and Academic Winners! Congratulations to all students for your strong screenings and staged readings during the Mason Film Festival. Thank you to the FAVS Advisory Board for jurying our competition and awarding Pitch Awards that will help students in their productions. And to Film and Media Studies, GMU…

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Mason Film Festival 2017

Mason Film Festival is back for its 5th year! May 4-6, 2017. All events are free and open to the public. Screenings will take place in the Johnson Center Cinema. Free tickets are required for the Saturday Senior Showcase ONLY. Tickets can be picked up in-person at the Center for the Arts Box Office or…

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Moonlight to screen April 13

Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actor Mahershala Ali as Juan. Moonlight Screening and discussion April 13 4:30pm Johnson Center C “Who is you, man?” Moonlight traces the journey of young Chiron, making his way through life in Miami. The film presents that journey in three chapters — “Little,” “Chiron,” and “Black” — with the character…

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Two FAVS Alumni to Screen at RIFF

Scene from EARLY Directed by Alisa Posey. Two Film and Video Studies alumni will be represented at the Richmond International Film Festival on March 2 in the University Spotlight program. EARLY, a short documentary about artist Kevin Earley’s struggle with mental illness directed by Alisa Posey, and SOUTHERN HUSTLE, a dark period fiction directed by…

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GMU Visiting Filmmakers Series: 13th

Monday, February 13, 2017 4:30 PM to 7:15 PM Johnson Center, Cinema Free and open to the public Ava DuVernay’s documentary explores the history of racial inequality in the United States, focusing on how the nation’s prisons are disproportionately populated with African Americans. Q&A followed with Co-Director of Photography and Film and Video Studies faculty…

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The Changing Image of Women in Early American Cinema

The FAVS Fall Showcase begins with two evenings of screenings and discussions on The Changing Image of Women in Early American Cinema. All programs are in the Johnson Center Cinema at George Mason University and are free and open to the public. See the complete FAVS Fall Showcase schedule here. Wednesday, December 7 7:30 pm…

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FAVS films at the Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse

The Arlington Cinema & Drafthouse will be hosting “A Night of Indie Movies” on Wednesday, November 30, at 7 pm with FAVS student and alumni showing their work. Shorts include In Safe Hands, directed by current FAVS student Erblin Nushi and FAVS alumni films The Last Supper, directed by Ryan Hill; Playthings, co-directed by Brian…

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Best of FAVS at the Virginia Film Festival

Keep on Steppin Through d. Omar Amalou For the second year in a row, Film and Video Studies is very excited to announce the Best of FAVS at the Virginia Film Festival! Saturday, November 5 11 am, Violet Crown C, Charlottesville The Best of FAVS Program at GMU returns to the Virginia Film Festival with…

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GMU Visiting Filmmakers: City of Trees

Still from City of Trees GMU Visiting Filmmakers Series: City of Trees Wednesday, November 9, 2016 4:30 PM to 7:00 PM Johnson Center, Cinema Q&A with Brandon and Lance Kramer to follow   76 min, USA, directed by Brandon Kramer, produced by Lance Kramer a film by Meridian Hill Pictures, in association with Kartemquin Films…

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GMU Student Showcase at the Washington West Film Festival!

    Sat, October 22, 2016 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Bow Tie Cinemas Reston Town Center 11 & BTX 11940 Market Street Reston, VA   We are excited to announce the GMU Student Film Showcase at the Washington West Film Festival! Did you miss the Best of FAVS screening? If so, now is your…

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