Faculty Achievements 2005-2006
Film and Video

Faculty Achievements 2005-2006
Grants, Awards and Honors | Publications | Exhibitions | Film and Video | Conferences/Invited Talks

Alexandra Juhasz (Media Studies)
Documentary Video Production: HERE ARE YOUR ORDERS: HELP STOP THE ECONOMIC INVASION OF IRAQ. Digital video. 15 mins. Producer/Director. Summer 2005. Introduces audience to Chapter 2 of The Bush Plan: Invading the World One Economy at a Time, Antonia Juhasz. New York: Reagen Books, 2005.

  • Screenings:
    *Video Remains: MIX, New Festival, Outfest, Flaherty Seminar, 2005. Rutgers, UCLA, UCSB.

Jesse Lerner (Media Studies)
Professor Lerner had screenings of:

  • "T.S.H." at:
    New Jersey City Univseristy, Feb. 2006
    Newark Museum, Feb. 2006
    Jersey City Museum, Feb. 2006
    Hoboken Historical Museum, Feb. 2006
    AMC Cinema, West Orange, NJ, Feb. 2006
    University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA, Feb. 2006
    Des Moines Art Center, IA, March 2006
    Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque, March 2006
    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA, March 2006
    International Experimental Cinema Exposition, Denver, Sept. 2005
    CineClub El Pochote, Oaxaca, Nov. 2005
    Reed College, Portland, OR, April 2005
    The College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, ME, April 2005
    Guild Cinema, Albuquerque, NM, April 2005
    UC Davis, May 2005
    Cincinnati Film Society, June 2005
    Foothill College, San Francisco, June 2005
    Capri Theater, Montgomery, AL, August 2005
    Aurora Picture Show, Houston, TX, August 2005
    Pittsburgh Filmmakers, Sept. 2005
    Cornell Cinema, Ithaca, NY, Oct. 2005
    Union Theater, Milwaukee, WI, Oct. 2005
    Union Institute of Contemporary Arts in Grand Rapids, MI, Oct. 2005
    Rhode Island School of Design, Nov. 2005
  • "Frontierland" at:
    "Surveying the Border," Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Sept. 2005
    "Southern Exposure," Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, June-Sept. 2005
  • "The American Egypt" at:
    "Passions and Images," Galleria Lui Velazquez. Tijuana, Nov. 2005
  • "Ruins" at:
    Kino Lichtwerk, Bielefeld, Germany, Oct. 2005
    Museo Nacional de Ferrocarriles Mexicanos, Puebla, Mexico, Nov. 2005
    "The Backroom," New Langton Arts and San Francisco Camerawork, Jan.-Feb. 2006
  • "Natives" at:
    Museo UNversitario de Ciencias y las Artes, Mexico City, May 2005

Ming-Yuen S. Ma (Media Studies)

  • Screenings:
    Loss and Other Discoveries at Available Light c/o Arts Court, Toronto, Canada, curated by Carol Breton.
    Art & Culture Lecture Series, California State Summer School for The Arts (CSSSA), July 2005
    Film and Video Department, California State Summer School for The Arts (CSSSA), July 2005
    Filmhuis Cavia, Amsterdam, NL, 2005
    Scratch Projections/Light Cone at Centre Wallonie Bruxelles, Belgium, Paris, France, 2005
    Duke University, Durham, NC, November 2005
    The New Documentary Impulse Film Series, Scripps College, Claremont, CA, December 2005
    IDS and The Moving Image at Film and Television Archive, Los Angeles, December 2005
    London Lesbian and Gay Film Festival, UK, March 2006
    Walk In The Light at Fusion: Los Angeles LGBT People of Color Film Festival, Los Angeles, March 2006