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New Book by CSUN Prof Explores the ‘Referentiality’ of Woody Allen’s Films

February 4, 2016

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D.E. Wynter (Professor, CTVA) and colleague Klara Stephanie Szlezák, a lecturer in American studies at Passau University in Germany, have turned their affection for Allen’s movies into a new book, “Referentiality and the Films of Woody Allen.” The book, published by Palgrave MacMillan, is a scholarly collection of essays from academics around the world that explore Allen’s use of dialogue, imagery or other tricks of the film trade to reference works of literature, theater, other filmmakers and even his earlier works. Read more

Hollywood Foreign Press Association Grants Cal State Northridge $2 Million to Support Film and Television Students

January 6, 2016

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) has awarded California State University, Northridge $2 million to support students and enhance technology in the school’s acclaimed Department of Cinema and Television Arts. A portion of the grant will go toward creating endowed scholarships to support underrepresented film and television students in the industry. Scholarship recipients will be declared Hollywood Foreign Press Association Scholars and be mentored by department faculty and industry professionals. Read more

2015 OSCLG Feminist-Mentor Teacher Award

October 22, 2015

Jeanine Minge

Associate Professor Jeanine Marie Mingé, Ph.D. won the prestigious 2015 OSCLG Feminist-Mentor Teacher Award. The OSCLG Feminist Mentor-Teacher award honors one exemplary feminist teacher-mentor a year who has inspired students and colleagues by modeling feminist ideals of caring, community power-sharing, and commitment while also earning individual and collaborative records of achievement. Read more

CSUN Professor’s Eye-Opening Documentary Screens at Southland Film Festival

October 16, 2015

Alexis Krasilovsky

Longtime screenwriting professor Alexis Krasilovsky, an award-winning writer and director, explores the issue of world hunger by using pastries as metaphor in her latest documentary, Let Them Eat Cake. Krasilovsky and her co-producer, Sanjoy Ghosh, worked with teams of filmmakers in 12 countries to bring awareness to the unsavory aspects of producing sweets.  Read more

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