The CBC Radio program Ideas will deliver a national audience this week to a documentary by film faculty members Kim Nelson and Nick Hector.
Filmmakers from the School of Creative Arts helped to produce The Perfect Story, nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Documentary Program.
MFA graduand Olivier Tristan Balmokune created a virtual reality experience as his film thesis project.
Two documentaries by Communication, Media, and Film students have been selected for the Detroit FREEP Film Festival’s Real Fresh Student Showcase.
Sara Grabauskas’s Canvassing the Soul and Carolina Di Grado’s Lookin’ Good, Feelin’ Good will be screened at Cinema Detroit on Sept. 24, at 4 p.m., and online from Sept. 22 to 29.
Science and engineering students honed their communication skills in a non-credit film class.
The thesis film of MFA candidate Calum Hotchkiss is nominated for the Canadian Cinema Editors’ Student Award of Merit.
Film professors Kim Nelson and Nick Hector contributed to a feature nominated for a Canadian Screen Award as Best History Documentary.