James Fellenbaum, director of UT’s orchestras and resident conductor of the Knoxville Symphony Orchestra, will present a lecture about the famous music of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
Caroline Knight, a graduating senior in cinema studies, is an award-winning filmmaker whose latest project is now being shown at film festivals around the country.
Two UT alumni are bringing a celebration of sinister cinema to East Tennessee with the eighth annual Knoxville Horror Fest October 21–23.
Three UT cinema studies students spent their summer as interns for Dog Years, a feature film set in Knoxville starring Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds. Juniors Crue Smith and Lori Terrones and senior Corbin Phillips, pictured, worked twelve-hour days learning the ins and outs of filmmaking and how to make a story come to life.
The Knoxville Mercury highlighted this year’s line up for Public Cinema, a series showing recent independent movies from around the world. UT’s Paul Harrill and Darren Hughes launched the Public Cinema a year ago.
Caroline Knight, a UT cinema studies and video production major, is in New York City this week to receive an award for her video documentary Visionary. The College Media Association selected Visionary as winner of the long documentary category. Visionary documents the life of Sue Buckley, co-founder of Club VIBES, and how she’s given back
Local media outlets highlighted UT’s Conversations and Cocktails. The event gives community members an opportunity to interact with guest scholars as they discuss history while enjoying a special dinner.
UT’s Humanities Center has announced the upcoming lineup for its annual “Conversations and Cocktails” series, which will begin January 12.
With a couple of films already to his credit, Ben Murphy is part of UT’s first graduating class of cinema studies majors. The new cinema studies program, part of the College of Arts and Sciences, offers an interdisciplinary major and minor devoted to studying the artistic, cultural, and political dimensions of motion pictures.
Literature lovers are invited to the Leo Tolstoy Festival on Thursday and Friday, April 23 and 24.
Something, Anything, a film written and directed by Dee and Jimmy Haslam Professor of Art Paul Harrill, is getting rave reviews in New York City where it is being screened this week. The film was selected by the Independent Filmmaker Project for a weeklong run in New York City as part of its Screen Forward
Film critic and director Gerald Peary will introduce the on-campus screening of his 2009 documentary film For the Love of Movies: The Story of American Film Criticism, which tells the story of American film criticism through film clips, photographs, and on-camera interviews.