Centrally Isolated Film Fest Winners Announced
The Department of Performing and Media Arts’ inaugural Centrally
Isolated Film Festival (CIFF), coordinated by Elizabeth Brooks ’14, took
place at the Schwartz Center for the Performing Arts on November 22 and
23, 2013. The festival screened student work from regional colleges and
offered awards for best film and best screenplay.
PMA Professor co-authors Norton Anthology of Drama
J. Ellen Gainor, a professor in the Department of Performing and Media Arts, has co-authored the Second Edition of The Norton Anthology of Drama. The anthology comprises a collection of the most respected works of theatre throughout the ages, from Aeschylus’s Agamemnon to Edward Albee’s The Goat.
"Kill Your Darlings" Wins Venice Days International Award
PMA Assistant Professor Austin Bunn, who co-wrote the film "Kill Your Darlings," won the inaugural Venice Days International Award.
Lavender Hill: A Love Story
There are two upcoming opportunities to see Austin Bunn's short documentary "Lavender Hill: A Love Story" based on a gay and lesbian commune near Ithaca, NY.
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