On Wednesday the 15th, the day before Youth Day, the Centre for Film and Media Studies hosted its first Postgraduate Colloquium, featuring some of the prominent research by the department's senior students.
Associate Prof Adam Haupt and Dr Shose Kessie (Psychology) recently participated in the Cape Town leg of the HSRC's Racism Dialogue series (27 May). The panel discussed the historical mechanisms that enable racial inequality and racial prejudice.
CFMS, the ACU, and Stepping Stones will support satellite documentary screenings for the upcoming Encounters Film festival between the 2nd and 14th June 2016. The event is facilitated by Sunshine Cinema, an initiative started by one of our alumni, Sydelle Willow-Smith. Two films will be screen in Langa and Khayelitsha. Further information about the films and the initiative found here.
Jessie Zinn, director of the hit student film "Into Us and Ours", writes the first in a series of blog posts about her team's experience at the Cannes film festival. 6.30pm. Read how Jessie, Katherine Werge, Chase Musslewhite and Junaid Rawoot navigated the events leading up to the festival.