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Communications, Media & Film

Filmmaker on hand for screening Thursday

Filmmaker Terra Long will take questions from the audience after a free public screening of some of her works Thursday on the UWindsor campus.

Richard Householder, Sheelagh Householder, Bruce Kotowich UWindsor professor emeritus Richard Householder accepts congratulations from his wife Sheelagh Householder and Bruce Kotowich, his successor as choir director who nominated him for an arts leadership award.

Endowment recognizes UWindsor artists

UWindsor grads, faculty and students are well-represented among 2016 winners of awards from the Windsor Endowment for the Arts.

Tony Lau with students and other crew membersProfessor Tony Lau, producer of the Telefilm-funded feature “Stand Up Man,” consults a member of the crew during a shoot in Dillon Hall last week.

Professor sharing film production experience with students

Film professor Tony Lau has engaged students in the production of a feature film, currently shooting in locations across Windsor.

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Student video documents changing seasons on campus

A video by fourth-year communications student Day Xu-tong aims to capture some good memories of the campus for alumni and those who, like him, will graduate soon.

The time-lapse project combines dozens of views of buildings and surrounding grounds, presenting eight months’ worth of footage in less than three minutes.

“I wanted to capture all four seasons,” Day says. “In order to capture images from spring to winter, I need at least eight months, right?”

Watch his video here: