FILM STUDENTS! Call for Senior Spring 2015 proposals!
FILM 499 Senior Project -Documentary, Experimental, and Fiction Proposals are Encouraged!
SUBMIT VIA EMAIL TO: Tom Watson email@example.com , Dennis Aig firstname.lastname@example.org by NOON, FRIDAY, NOVEMEBER 14TH 2014.
Mapping France and Border Regions in the History, Language, and Practice of Art - Receive 12 credits for taking one introductory course during the first seven weeks of the semester and three thematically interlinked courses during the second seven weeks of the semester:
- 3 units of Intro to French language and culture at MSU, Jan. 14 - Mar. 6
- 3 units of ArtH 432: Mapping Space & Expression 1660-1760 in Paris, Mar. 15 - May 1
- 3 units of ML 450: Mapping National Identity 1760-1830 in Strasbourg, Mar. 15 - May 1
- 3 units of Film 381: Mapping Subjectivity 1839-1930 in Paris & Turin, Mar. 15 - May 1
This course of field study will be led by Todd Larkin of Art History, Patty Simpson of Modern Languages, and Lucia Ricciardelli of Film & Photo. For more information, please contact email@example.com or go to International Programs.
Tom Berninger is a 2002 graduate of Montana State University's School of Film and Photography (then known as the Department of Media and Theatre Arts). His acclaimed documentary, Mistaken for Strangers, which documented the alternative rock band The National, opened the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. The film was recently released on iTunes and other web outlets. Will Ferrell's online comedy site Funny or Die features a parody of Tom's film featuring Zach Galifianakis and Ted Danson. Congratulations Tom!!
Gianna Savoie has been selected as a Woods Hole 2014 Ocean Science Journalism Fellow. Congratulations Gianna!
SFP students Ethan Confer, Cynthia Matty Huber, and Deia Schlosberg are featured in the summer 2014 issue of Mountain Outlaw (pages 15, 32, 34, & 71).
Senior Randa Adams featured in KBZK.