Flaming Classics is a film series that pairs feature films with live work by local performance artists. The series, run by Trae DeLellis and Juan Barquin, is hosted at the Bill Cosford Cinema and hopes to both entertain and educate audiences on classic films that are feminine, queer, camp, and everything in between. The first series of films is Flaming Classics: Summer Camp.
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? with JUPITER VELVET and EVAN ALEXANDER on 35mm
Now that Ryan Murphy’s FX series FEUD has concluded, everyone needs to return to the beginning by seeing WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE? […]
Please join us on February 16. The title of William Uricchio’s talk is “From Medium to Mission: Recalibrating the Documentary for the Digital Age.” Apart from being a wonderful speaker, we can expect to see some of the work at the M.I.T. Open Documentary Lab. All are welcome.
Presented by the Department of Cinema and Interactive Media, Center for Humanities and Department of Journalism and Media Management at the University of Miami.
Bill Cosford Cinema
Thursday, February 16 – 6:30PM
Dooley Memorial Building – Rm 221
5030 Brunson Drive
Coal Gables, FL 33146
William Uricchio revisits the histories of old media when they were new; explores interactive and […]
FORD AND WAYNE IN RETROSPECT: THE SEARCHERS AT 60
Presented by New York Times Bestselling Author Scott Eyman
The Norton Herrick Center for Motion Picture Studies commemorates the 60th anniversary of THE SEARCHERS with a 35mm screening of the film presented by University of Miami Professor and bestselling author Scott Eyman.
After the Civil War, Ethan Edwards, played by John Wayne in one of his greatest performances, returns home to his family’s Texas ranch. Hoping to find his family intact and be near a woman he loved secretly, Ethan’s dream is dashed by a Comanche raid. In order to restore his family, Ethan sets […]
In her multimedia presentation FORWARD TOWARD FREEDOM: BEYONCÉ’S SONIC FOURTH WAVE FEMINISM, Professor Daphne A. Brooks explores the politics of Beyonce’s avant-garde, sonic social justice activism. Through clips and examples, she traces the evolution of her insurgent public intellectualism, and aims to place Beyonce’s work in a broad historical context in which black women musicians have disrupted and reimagined the public sphere through sound.
FORWARD TOWARD FREEDOM: BEYONCÉ’S SONIC FOURTH WAVE FEMINISM is presented by the Norton Herrick Center for Motion Picture Studies at the University of Miami.
A one-time special event on Thursday, September 29 at 6:30PM at the Bill […]
The Department of Cinema and Interactive Media presents an evening with Award-winning Production Designer Jeannine Oppewall. A four-time Academy Award nominee, Ms. Oppewall will speak on MEANING AND IDEAS IN FILM DESIGN using clips from her body of work. Ms. Opperwall’s impressive resume reads some of the finest films in the last 20 years. Films such as L.A. CONFIDENTIAL, SEABISCUIT and PLEASANTVILLE are defined and enhanced by their exquisite production design. The evening will conclude with a Q+A.
Dr. Christina Lane, Chair of the Department of Cinema and Interactive Media and Director for the Norton Herrick Center for Motion Pictures Studies, is introducing a screening of Frank Sinatra’s A Hole in the Head and holding a Q&A for HistoryMiami on February 18 at 5:30 p.m.
The event helps to kick off the museum’s multi-media exhibition SINATRA: AN AMERICAN ICON, opening March 4, curated by the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles and commemorating the entertainer’s 100th birthday.
A Hole in the Head was filmed in Miami Beach’s art deco hotels and palm tree-lined beaches during the late 1950s. Lane is a […]