Science and engineering students honed their communication skills in a non-credit film class.
Perhaps post-pandemic, film audiences will seek out a larger variety of venues and ways to watch, says professor Kim Nelson.
Film professors Kim Nelson and Nick Hector contributed to a feature nominated for a Canadian Screen Award as Best History Documentary.
UWindsor student filmmakers will have selected documentaries screened this fall as part of Detroit’s Freep Film Festival.
The Humanities Research Group will host author, academic, and activist Naomi Klein in cyber-conversation Tuesday, Jan. 26.
Film professors Kim Nelson and Nick Hector worked on the feature documentary Fight to the Finish, which will premiere Nov. 11 on the History channel.
The Humanities Research Group presents “An Evening with Emma Donoghue,” Thursday, Nov. 12.
Film professor Kim Nelson is heading a team researching how to sustain community interest in the Windsor International Film Festival year-round.