Cinematic Arts faculty Peter Lisignoli is one of three lecturers at UNM who received the Lecture of the Year award.  A special Awards Ceremony was held on May 3rd in the UNM SUB.

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...

Displaced Stories with Maaman Rezaee

Displaced Stories with Maaman Rezaee

Cinematic Arts is currently conducting a search for a new Assistant Professor in Film and Digital Arts. Three finalists have been invited to campus, and we invite students, faculty, and staff to meet each candidate and enjoy a free pizza lunch.

Cinematic Arts Movie Night

Cinematic Arts Movie Night

Described by critic Nick Pinkerton as Woo’s “single greatest work” and by John Woo himself as “maybe too pessimistic” (it is a uniquely brutal movie, often compared to Michael Cimino’s The Deer Hunter, 1978), Bullet in the Head demonstrates in part Woo’s...

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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