Doubt: A Parable
I am involved in a project named The Artifice which is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art forms, including Film, Anime, Comics, Literature, Games, and Arts. It is collaboratively built and maintained by the writers. The platform has an established audience of millions.
We are currently expanding and we would like to provide an opportunity for students to join our team of writers.
Our current writers range from undergraduates, to graduates, to professors, and a bit of everyone in between.
If this is something of interest, can you please let me know and I will send across more information about the project and how to join.
Contact Alyson Burston at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you’re interested in a career in the international motion picture, event management, business, marketing, hospitality, or culinary fields, consider complementing your school curriculum with hands-on experience, direct access to industry professionals, and unparalleled networking opportunities at the world-renowned Cannes International Film Festival. For over 28 years, The American Pavilion has been the heart of Hollywood’s presence at Cannes, and AmPav’s worldwide Student Programs have helped students launch their careers in these industries. As the only student program officially recognized and sanctioned by the Festival del Cannes and the Marché du Film, The American Pavilion Student Programs offer participants a unique and life-changing experience, and an up-close view of both the Festival and the Market.
A representative from the program will make a brief presentation and answer questions at 10:00am on Oct. 12th in room 504 Neuberger Hall.
This presentation is open to all PSU students.
What: Nerds Reign! Computer Chess with Andrew Bujalski
When: Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Where: Lincoln Hall Recital Hall, room 75, 1620 SW Park Ave.
Cost: Free and open to the public
Contact: Amy Borden, email@example.com, 503-725-4698
Join us to hear acclaimed indie director Andrew Bujalski present his Sundance award-winning comedy Computer Chess (2013), followed by a Q&A session.
Set at a 1980s computer chess tournament, Bujalski’s off-beat consideration of artificial technology creates a filmVariety calls “an endearlingly nutty, proudly analog tribute to the ultra-nerdy innovators of yesteryear.”
The new issue of “Moviemaker” magazine features a half-page ad for Portland State Film! If you know anyone interested in coming to Portland State FIlm to study, direct them to our website, http://www.pdx.edu/theater-film/film, and to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This Saturday, PSU Film Prof. Dustin Morrow will screen his short experimental documentary “Dead Mall” as part of the North Portland Unknown Film Festival at the Disjecta gallery.
More information about the film and the festival can be found here: http://www.northportlandunknown.com/.