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Groundbreaking Cinematographer Bradford Young Talks Race, Visual Impact of Film

May 3, 2018

…Race, Visual Impact of Film “Solo: A Star Wars Story” and “Arrival” filmmaker is first Department of Visual Arts Adam D. Kamil Guest Lecture speaker Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Bradford Young was at UC San Diego April 27, sharing insight into his craft and career as a black artist. Young—the first…

UC San Diego Literature Professor Brings Famed Japanese Filmmaker to Campus

November 5, 2015

…interested in silent era films, but he also appreciates the connections between early films and modern cinema. His interests inspired him to invite Kuji Yoshida, a legendary figure of postwar Japanese cinema, with films famous in the 1960s, to UC San Diego Nov. 10, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m., at…

Lights, Action, Camera, Roll-em: the Silent Films of the La Jolla Cinema League

May 15, 2013

San Diego—with its spectacular coastal vistas, wide sandy beaches, and perpetually balmy weather—has long been a draw as a filming location for Hollywood motion picture studios.

Fresh Filmmakers Showcase Cinema at UC San Diego Student Film Festival

May 15, 2012

Rising stars of cinema at the University of California, San Diego will be celebrated at the 5th annual Up and Coming Student Film Festival at 8 p.m., May 17 in The Loft.

Adam D. Kamil Gallery Named in Memory of Visual Arts Student

May 22, 2014

…share their life on film. A visual arts student at UC San Diego, Adam would traverse the sandy avenues of Ocean Beach with his video camera, approaching varied groups of people to capture their narrative. Since his passing in 2009, the Kamil family has established the Adam Douglas Kamil (ADK)…

Series of Science Fiction Movies Launched on Campus to Help Reignite Public’s Interest in Science

May 15, 2014

…Public’s Interest in Science Film showings paired with opportunity to meet noteworthy scientists who will explain the science behind the science fiction to high school students, community An astronomer long fascinated with contacting civilizations beyond our solar system becomes involved in a government-funded project to search the heavens for extraterrestrial…

UC San Diego Professor Takes Novel Approach to Teaching History

November 10, 2016

…transforms students into experienced filmmakers. For more than two decades, Pickowicz has enlivened history with the use of film. As part of his Humboldt Foundation Award, Pickowicz recently taught his history/film course to a group of 24 students from all over the world at the University of Heidelberg in Germany.…

ArtPower! Up&Coming Film Festival Showcases Emerging Talent

May 6, 2013

Rising filmmakers from the University of California, San Diego will show their work at the 6th annual ArtPower! Up&Coming; Film Festival this month.

“Pandemic Bread” Pushes People to Remember

August 15, 2023

“Pandemic Bread,” a film created by UC San Diego Communication professor and indie filmmaker Zeinabu irene Davis, pushes us to remember the early days of the pandemic.

UC San Diego First Art Practice Ph.D. Candidate to Graduate in June

May 27, 2016

…will screen her thesis film, “Finding Things I Don’t Want To Find?,” Tuesday, May 31, from 6 to 8 p.m. and June 2 from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Visual Arts Presentation Lab, SME 149. A reading from the written component of her dissertation entitled, “(Im)material Encounters: Ghosts and…

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