Month: February 2013

IMA student Alex Mallis’ screening

IMA student Alex Mallis who worked as a cinematographer and associate producer over the last few years on the film Welcome to Pine Hill took top jury awards at Slamdance, Nashville, Atlanta, and Sarasota. The film will be having its NYC theatrical premiere this Friday at IFC Center.

Synopsis of the film, which A.O. Scott described as “… motivated throughout by a humane and determined curiosity.. a small film devoted to a very big idea.”

'Welcome to Pine Hill' poster
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IMA alumna Suyin Louui’s thesis game featured at NYU

A feminist academic study features IMA alum Suyin Looui’s video game “Hey Baby” and is being presented at NYU
Dirty Care: Violence, Feminism, & Subjectivity – a lecture by Elsa Dorlin
Thursday, March 7 – 6 to 8 pm
Jerry H. Labowitz Theatre for the Performing Arts

Prof. Thakur’s film at the Big Muddy Film Festival

Shanti Thakur’s narrative film “Red Tulips, A Story About Forgetting” will screen Saturday, February 23 at 3:00pm.

The Big Muddy Film Festival is one of the oldest film festivals in the U.S. affiliated with a university.
The festival has a strong history in experimental, documentary and hybrid forms of filmmaking.
It takes place on the campus of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, IL.

Red Tulips is about a magical world where everyone’s memory lasts only a few hours.