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  • Athena Cinema launches crowdfunding campaign to support its reopening this summer 

    June 3, 2021

    While the ‘Jewel of Uptown Athens’ readies to open its doors, it continues its robust virtual screenings of poignant films, meaningful programming

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  • Athena Cinema takes Science on Screen films to outdoor Ridges space

    May 26, 2021

    The Coolidge Theatre and the Alfred P Sloan Foundation recently announced that the Athena Cinema in Athens, Ohio, along with 37 other nonprofit film organization nationwide, received its ninth annual grant award to showcase Science on Screen events, all of which will be held outdoors at The Ridge

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  • Spike Lee Award winning filmmaker makes virtual visit with School of Film Students

    April 28, 2021

    After seven weeks of film production with new COVID-19 guidelines that pushed back timelines, Ohio University College of Fine Arts’ School of Film welcomed award-winning film maker, Aisha Ford.

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  • There’s a Chicken in the Grip Van: Adventures in Midwest Filmmaking with Keisha Martin

    April 28, 2021

    Filmmaking in any given year is already a stressful endeavor, but add in a pandemic, and it can rightfully fry some nerves.

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  • Graduate students win prestigious Parry/Billman Fine Arts Award

    April 17, 2021

    The College of Fine Arts offers various levels of funding support for students’ creative projects, one being the prestigious I. Hollis Parry/Ann Billman Fine Arts Award.

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  • Three Faculty Speak to the Value of the Arts Administration Program

    April 1, 2021

    Featuring faculty members who are teaching three (of the four) required foundational courses in the Master of Arts Administration degree. Heather Infantry, Rachel Cornish, and Dr.

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  • Six Feet from the Mirror: Relationships and Self-Reflection During COVID

    February 23, 2021

    Within several hours, Kid (Julie Olivo) and Rosemary (Kezia Waters) will go their separate ways. Within two months, fourth year HTC film student Julie Olivo, the creative force behind Kid and Rosemary’s cinematic relationship, will graduate, and also, go on their separate way.

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  • Gordon Smith (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) Visits OHIO School of Film

    February 23, 2021

    OUSOF students recently received some personal insight into the television writing process from a writer involved in one of the biggest shows on TV. Gordon Smith (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) visited the film school via Zoom on Jan.

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  • Q&A with Filmmakers Matt Johnson and Matt Miller

    January 29, 2021

    Students in the Ohio University School of Film (OUSOF) got the chance to talk with a couple of filmmakers from Toronto on Oct. 13, during the second in a set of visiting artists to the program.

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  • Hawkeye Pictures producers visit Ohio University School of Film

    December 2, 2020

    On Oct. 6, students in the Ohio University School of Film got a chance to speak with producers from Hawkeye Pictures, a Toronto-based production company which has produced award-winning features and documentaries.

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