Film and Media Studies Program annual film symposium
This year's symposium is devoted to the Birth of the New Hollywood (1967-68) and will feature panels, film screenings, speakers and more.
Presented by Film & Media Studies. All events in Sweigart Auditorium.
Thursday, March 1
“New Wave Influences: Anarchy, Women, Politics, and Farce in Vera Chytilová’s Daisies (1966, Czechoslovakia)”
“Edgy, Sexy, Radical: The New Hollywood and Its Global Inspirations”
11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
“Zombies, Race, and Gender in George Romero’s Night of the Living Dead (1968)”
“Race and Youth in New Hollywood Film and Beyond: To Sir, with Love (1967) and Do the Right Thing (1989)”
“New Hollywood Revises Horror in Roman Polanski’s Rosemary’s Baby (1968)”
Dr. Jerry Rife “New Hollywood’s New Directions in Film Music: 2001: A Space Odyssey and The Graduate
Rider’s beloved Professor of Music teaches the ever-popular film music course and was long-time chair of the Music and Fine Arts Department. Dr. Rife is conductor and musical director of the Blawenburg Band and contributing writer for Saxophone Journal, among other publications.
Honoring Dr. Jerry Rife on his retirement
Student screenplays, films and presentation
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