Find out about the current
news and upcoming
events in Cinema and Digital Media, including our faculty
events and exhibitions, awards, film screenings, lectures,
research, study abroad programs and more.
In conjunction with the California Studio Manetti Shrem Artist
Residencies program, there will be a special screening of
Xu Bing’s acclaimed film Dragonfly Eyes. The
screening will be held on Nov. 1 in the Main Theatre, Wright
Hall, at 4:30 p.m (doors open at 4:00 p.m.). The event is free
and open to the public.
Professor Margaret Laurena Kemp appears in the new
film Ten-Cent Daisy which has its world
premiere at this year’s Urbanworld Film Festival’s silver
jubilee in New York. The film will be shown Oct. 2 at 12:45
The Department of Cinema and Digital Media presents the CDM
Lecture Series, a four-event series featuring presentations
by acclaimed and award-winning filmmakers, artists, scholars and
curators. The series is hosted and coordinated by
Professors Fiamma Montezemolo and Andrew Smith.
Theatre Company continues its online radio play series
which features UC Davis students and alumni on air and behind the
scenes. The series, Radio Tuesdays, is pre-recorded and the
plays are available on Bike City’s website.
Theatre Company has been presenting several short radio
plays over the summer which have featured the talents of UC Davis
students and alumni on air and behind the scenes. The series,
Radio Tuesdays, was pre-recorded and the plays are available on
Bike City’s website.
Traditional and new forms of documentary. Skills and strategies
for producing work. Progression through all stages of production,
from conception through research, then planning and filming, and
finally post-production and critique.
Analysis of the contribution of outstanding costume designers for
cinema, television and filmed entertainment. Taught by
award-winning costume designer who was assistant designer on “Men
in Black,” “Batman and Robin” and “Casino.”
Celebrate the creativity of student filmmakers at the Film Fest @
UC Davis 2019. Celebrating its 19th year, the festival will be
held on May 8 and 9 at 9:30 p.m. at the Varsity Theatre
in downtown Davis.