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Events

The School of Film and Media Studies regularly programs screenings and lectures with filmmakers, film critics, screenwriters and playwrights, new media artists, and cinema and media scholars.

Past Events

  • May 17

    School of Film and Media Studies Awards

    Time:  6:00pm
    Congratulations to all the Seniors graduating now, in summer, and December 2021!

    Join us in the CMFT lower lobby Tuesday, May 17 at 6:00pm for the School of Film and Media Studies Awards to celebrate!
  • Apr 21
    Erin Lee Carr portrait

    Director Erin Lee Carr Q&A

    Time:  7:00pm
    On Thur., April 21 at 7 PM in the Humanities Lecture Hall (HUM 1032), director and author Erin Lee Carr will join a discussion with Purchase faculty and students about her acclaimed documentary works, including her most recent HBO documentary series Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall (2022). Carr will join in the discussion remotely via Zoom, and there will be a live director Q&A with attendees in HUM 1032 moderated by Prof. Rachel Fabian.
  • Apr 20
    Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall (2022) poster

    Screening of “Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall” (2022)

    Time:  7:00pm
    Undercurrent: The Disappearance of Kim Wall will be screened on Wed., April 20 at 7 PM in CMFT 0065 as part of the Cinema Studies Screening Series. Watch trailer
  • Apr 20
    TV static in color

    Course Fair Launching Television Theory & Practice Minor

    Time:  1:30pm—3:30pm
    On Wed., April 20 from 1:30 – 3:30 PM, faculty in the School of Film and Media Studies will be holding a course fair in the Plaza Level Lobby of the Center for Media, Film and Theatre* to launch the new Minor in Television Theory and Practice.