Current Series

 

Introduction to Film/Media Studies

This class introduces students to the field of Film/Media Studies, focusing on cinema‚Äôs formal elements and teaching students how to do close analysis. 

Professor: Ken Eisenstein. Screenings are free and open to the public.

 

Tuesday Series

The Tuesday Film/Media Series brings to Lewisburg selections from the repertory of world cinema, as well as recent international and American independent films. Restorations, revivals and Central Pennsylvania premieres are presented with introductions, visiting filmmakers and post-screening discussions.

Programmer: Rebecca Meyers. Screenings are free and open to the public.
 

 

Weimar Cinema & Film/Media Hitsory

Early fall screenings are for Prof Faden’s class, which examines various research methodologies for conducting original research through analysis of film and media texts. Subsequent screenings are for Prof Eisenstein’s class, which explores the representation of race in American cinema.

Professor: Bastian Heinsohn / Kiah Bennet.  Screenings are free and open to the public.  

 

 

Cinephilia

A seminar tracking the history of two intense modes of film spectatorship: surrealist pleasure in the contingencies of cinema, and auteurist attribution of deliberate personal touches within the commercial enterprise of classical Hollywood filmmaking.

Professor: Ken Eisenstein. Screenings are free and open to the public.