Please join us for the Cinematic Arts Department End-of-Semester Student Showcase, featuring student work completed in IFDM and Media Arts classes during the Spring 2018 semester.

The Student Showcase will be held on Monday, May 7, 2018 at the Mesa del Sol facility (5700B University West Blvd, Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87106), from 1:30-3:30pm. Directions to Mesa del Sol are here. Parking is free around the building.

This open-format showcase will feature work produced by Cinematic Arts students as part of their Spring 2018 coursework in a variety of new and emerging technologies. Visual Effects, Animation, Film, Game Development, Interactive and Digital Design, Screenwriting, Photography, Trans Media and Digital Media Ethics, Film History and Criticism, and more will be represented. Students from every IFDM and Media Arts class will be on hand to discuss their projects and areas of study.

The shuttle for the showcase will leave George Pearl Hall at 1pm and arrive at Mesa del Sol at 1:30pm. It will then leave Mesa del Sol at 3:30pm, returning to George Pearl Hall at 4pm.

Video Journalist Rakesh Nagar

Video Journalist Rakesh Nagar

Rakesh Nagar is a New Delhi based, self-trained independent high definition video journalist with twenty-five years’ experience across News, Documentary, and Current Affairs. He has covered leading stories such as Pokhran Test, Kargil War, the Tsunami in...

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Displaced Stories with Maaman Rezaee

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Cinematic Arts Movie Night

Cinematic Arts Movie Night

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Cinematic Arts Movie Night

Cinematic Arts Movie Night

Almost twenty years after he directed his first film for the legendary Shaw Brothers studio of Hong Kong, John Woo was approached by Tsui Hark and Nansun Shi to make A Better Tomorrow for Film Workshop, founded in 1984 to promote independent Hong Kong...

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