The Department of Cinema & Television is proud to present a discussion with Producer Amy Scholder about the making of Disclosure, a Netflix documentary featuring Laverne Cox which explores how Hollywood’s stories have influenced how Americans feel about transgender people, and how trans people are taught to feel about themselves. The discussion will take place on Wednesday, October 14th at 6:30 pm and will be moderated by FMTV Professor Ben Kalina. Participants must register at the link below and can pre-submit questions in the Questions and Comments section of the registration form. This event is open to the entire Drexel community.
Please note that Movie Magic Screenwriter 6.5 will not work with Mac OSX 10.15 Catalina, which is set to be released in September. Movie Magic is currently working on a free upgrade, the details of which can be found here. The CineTV labs will not be effected by these changes.
With the installation of Adobe CC 2019 in the CineTV labs, there is now a new process for licensing all Adobe software. All students must login to Adobe CC prior to using any Adobe program. If you already have a username and password for a personal account, you can use your current credentials. Please note that this will not effect any subscription plan you have with Adobe. If you do not have an Adobe account, you will have to create one. You can do so by clicking here.
Some students have reported compatibility issues between Avid Media Composer 2018 and previous versions. We are working to find a solution, but it is recommended that you hold off on upgrading until the issue is resolved. Stay tuned for more updates.
Cinematographer Samy Levy (Lady Bird, Frances Ha) will visit Drexel this Thursday, March 7th from 12:30PM to 3:20PM in the Large Screening Room (UCROSS 028) as part of The Cinematographer’s Art. All students are welcome pending space!
The Cinema & Television Department is proud to present the Drexel Cinematheque, a free weekly film series featuring films handpicked by the Cinema & Television faculty. Screenings are held every Monday night at 7PM in the Crosland Screening Room (UCROSS 030). You can check out the full schedule here.
There will be a free screening of Drinking Buddies with Director Joe Swanberg on Monday, January 14th at 7PM in University Crossings 028. You can watch the trailer here. There will be additional screenings and workshops with Joe Swanberg on Monday, January 14th and Tuesday, January 15th. Stop by University Crossings 057 for more details.
Come see Cinema & Television student Rachel Prettyman get roasted by her peers! The roast will take place on Thursday, January 10th at 7:15PM in the Large Screening Room (UCROSS 028). Doors open at 6:15PM, and there is a $4 admission fee. All proceeds will go towards Rachel Prettyman’s senior film Spare Me.