Nov 20, 2014The 2014-2015 academic year has the distinction of educating the most ethnically diverse group of students the Ohio University Film Division has ever had. Between graduate and H.T.C. students, take a look at which cultures and countries our students represent within the film program.
Nov 18, 2014The Forum Theater in the Radio-Television Building has flooded possibly in part due to the amount of water used to fight the fire on West Union Street Sunday and the rain, said Michael Lincoln, artistic director and division head of the Division of Theater.
Nov 18, 2014
Continuing to enhance thought-provoking topics related to acclaimed and beloved films, Science on Screen will return to the Athena Cinema with a free screening of the original 1959 Journey to the Center of the Earth, with geologist Dan Hembree and paleontologist Patrick O’Connor talking before and after.
Nov 17, 2014The Music Therapy program in the School of Music hosted a reception for current Ohio University students and alumni at the American Music Therapy Association's (AMTA) national conference on Friday, Nov. 7 in Louisville, KY.
Nov 13, 2014Jon Naveh (M.A. ’14) will have his article, “Real Dystopic Visions: Cinematic Critiques of Postmodern L.A.,” published in the bi-yearly journal Ekphrasis. The article is included in a 2014 special issue on “Urban Symphonies.”
Nov 13, 2014The most recent documentary directed by Patricia Perez (M.F.A. ’01), Finding Gaston, is ready to hit the U.S. market. Produced by Perez’s Chiwake Films and released by Wide House, Finding Gaston follows world-renowned Peruvian chef Gaston Acurio on his journey to use his culinary talents to foster national identity and pride. Perez shows Acurio as more than an award-winning chef, author and entrepreneur and provides a lens into the personal experiences and inspirations that make Acurio a national hero. Perez followed Acurio for two years - traveling to England, Spain, Sweden and the U.S. – to discover the storytelling power of Peruvian cuisine.