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"At Sea with 3D: Cinema’s Changing Dimensions and Horizons" – A Talk by Dudley Andrew, Professor of Film and Comparative Literature, Yale University
Respondent: Sarah Keller, Assistant Professor of Art and Cinema Studies, Director of Cinema Studies, University of Massachusetts Boston

Friday, Dec. 2, 4:30 p.m.
Olin Center, Room 7, 180 Packard Avenue, Medford, MA

Dudley Andrew is the R. Selden Rose Professor of Film and Comparative Literature at Yale. Biographer of André Bazin, he extends Bazin’s thought in What Cinema Is! (2011) and in the edited volume, Opening Bazin (2012). Learn more >

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Mass media saturate our lives, making media literacy an indispensable civic skill for the 21st century. Offering both a major and a minor, the Film and Media Studies (FMS) program at Tufts University is an interdisciplinary program that will educate you about the artistic potential and social effects of film and other forms of mass communication.

Theoretical and practical knowledge are equally essential for media literacy, and in FMS, you will take both critical studies and production courses. The program combines film with media studies due to their increasing convergence and is international in its outlook, thereby furthering Tufts' commitment to globalism and diversity. Learn more >

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