Apply to the ‘Cinema in Dublin’ Program through PSU!

Students,

You can now apply to the ‘Cinema in Dublin, Ireland’ Summer 2015 Study Abroad Program through Portland State’s Office of International Affairs.  Go here to apply:

https://vikingsabroad.pdx.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10285

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Info on the program:

This summer program is designed for students who want to immerse themselves in cinema studies in Ireland. Students will get to work both critically and creatively, taking courses on contemporary Irish cinema and digital filmmaking, as well as attending Ireland’s largest film festival, held every year in Galway. Weekly excursions and local outings in and around Dublin and the Irish countryside allow students to learn on location about the country’s rich film history and explore the sites where important historical events, and films about those events, took place.

Students will attend courses at the National Film School of Ireland in Dun Laoghaire, a community on the outskirts of Dublin, and live with Irish families in homestays. Excursions, the film festival and all other group cultural and social activities are included in the program fee, as well as the full support for students and an intensive orientation.

Film Courses with Open Spots

Film Majors:
The following courses still have spaces available for Winter 2015.
Register soon since classes are filling up and New Student Registration starts soon.

If you have issues with registration, contact Professor Berrettini or your film advisor.
See you advisor for any course substitutions or other questions.

  • Film 358 Digital Video Production II
  • Film 370U Fashion And Film *No Prerequisite
  • Film 370U Film Noir 1940-1960  *No Prerequisite
  • Film 370U Eastwood – 45290  *No Prerequisite
  • Film 370U Transnational Cinema  *No Prerequisite
  • Film 374 Screenwriting: Situational Comedy
  • Film 374 Screenwriting: Long Form Screenplay Workshop
  • Film 382 Film History II
  • Film 384U American Cinema & Culture I  *No Prerequisite
  • Film 408 Documentary Video Production II
  • Film 486 American Avant Garde Film

Support the Northwest Film Center

In honor of #GivingTuesday, please consider supporting the Northwest Film Center. The Film Center always shows great cinema, from classics to contemporary international and independently produced films. A donation will help them continue to provide access to these great films. http://bit.ly/1pSowU2

Extended Hours in Computer Lab and Equipment Office

The Equipment Office in the Neuberger Film Studio Complex and the Computer Lab in Lincoln 211will have extended hours this week as classes wrap up.

Wed. Dec. 3rd
ER
10am – 4pm
LAB
10am – 4pm

Fri. Dec. 5th
ER
11am – 4pm
LAB
10am – 3pm

Mon. Dec. 8th
ER
12pm – 3:15pm
LAB
5:30pm – 7:30pm

Tues. Dec. 9th
ER
12pm – 4pm
LAB
10am-12pm

Wed. Dec. 10th
ER
10am – 6pm
LAB
10am – 4pm

Thurs. Dec. 11 th
ER
12pm – 4pm
LAB
10am – 12pm

Important Reminders!

Important reminders for Portland State Film students:

–If you plan to take courses in Winter 2015, please enroll asap

–If a course that you want to take is closed, please sign up for the wait list so that the school can determine if new sections need to be added

–If you plan to be a Film Major or Minor and have not declared, please do so asap so as not to create enrollment issues

–If you have questions, please see an advisor:
*under 75 credits, see an advisor in the College of the Arts dean’s office, 3rd floor Lincoln Hall
*over 75 credits, see an advisor in the School of Theater + Film, Professors Tate, Borden, Morrow, or Berrettini