Ray Rea was awarded the 2019 Lake Region Arts Council McKnight Fellowship Lake Region Arts Council awards, a $5,000 Fellowship […]
Film students collaborate with community members On Friday, Dec.2, MSUM Film Studies students will showcase films made for community organizations. […]
By: Danielle Rebel, Marketing & Communications Intern Deaf culture inspires award-winning student film Miah Detjen’s first language isn’t English. It’s […]
Ray Rea, Film Studies, presents “FTM Identity through the Lens” Friday, Oct 14 at 11 a.m. in the Women’s Center, […]
Film Studies professors Ray Rea and Kyja Kristjansson-Nelson will be exhibiting new work at the 2010 Athens International Film and Video Festival. Both works combine elements of documentary, animation and experimental practice. Rea’s work, Cat’s Cradle, combines 16mm animation and analog rotoscope techniques with digital effects to tell a visual story of trial, error, and forgiveness. Kristjansson’s 30-minute documentary, Sveit, was shot in a rural village on the north coast of Iceland. The filmmaker traces her family’s history and emigration from Iceland to the United States, while unpacking memories and stories of her grandfather’s experience as a New American in North Dakota. Click headline to read more.