On Sept. 13, “Mandy,” a film which the company has backed since its inception, will be screening across the country.
For sophomore Zoe Prescod, the movie hit close to home. “I cried because it was relatable,” she said.
Canes starred on camera and behind the scenes in this independent studio’s “new twist on the classic tail.”
Chinoy and Silvestri are two producers of the acclaimed film, “The Florida Project.” They have worked with the film’s director, Sean Baker, on previous projects and have built a partnership producing films with captivating stories. They discussed their experience in film production with a survey of motion pictures (CIM 103) class.
The gender-inclusive professional cinematic arts fraternity was recognized as one of the top three chapters of DKA in the country.
Sukul started the project during his senior year in the UM School of Communication. “Zindagi” premiers on WPBT on Tuesday.
Students now have access to the free film database through UM Libraries. Kanopy features movies from over 800 producers, including The Criterion Collection, The Great Courses, BBC and PBS, as well as films from thousands of independent filmmakers.
Gini Santos, supervising animator for Disney’s upcoming film “Coco,” stopped by UM’s School of Communication as part of a promotional college tour, in which she talks about the new film, the animation film industry and her own background and career choices. Santos is originally from the Philippines and studied advertising, which she viewed as a…
In Sean Penn’s new film, “The Last Face,” University of Miami Miller School of Medicine’s own Dr. Enrique Ginzburg has his on-screen theatrical debut as a trauma surgeon in a makeshift hospital in the war-torn African state of Liberia. Ginzburg first met Penn through Project Medishare For Haiti, which empowers Haitians to provide and receive…
The Flaming Classics, the Bill Cosford Cinema’s new program, ushered in Halloween with the theme “love is stronger than witchcraft.” Founder of The Flaming Classics Juan Barquin and Cosford manager Trae Delellis host film nights focusing on feminine and queer analyses of movies. The Flaming Classics, which Barquin described as a “two-person movement,” began in…