Film & Feminism: Amherst Scholar To Deliver Distinguished Lecture at International Women’s Film Festival

May 21, 2015
By Rachel Rogol

Ida Lupino
Actress and filmmaker Ida Lupino (1918–1995)

“I am not exaggerating when I say that women have been publicly calling for better roles behind the camera for a hundred years—almost since the inauguration of film itself,” writes Amelie Hastie in the most recent issue of "The Vulnerable Spectator," her recurring column in the academic journal Film Quarterly.

Opera by Professors and Alumni Makes International Debut at Italian Film Festival

Submitted on Tuesday, 11/4/2014, at 12:00 PM

On a big screen in Milan last month, in front of an audience that totaled more than 18,000 people over the course of four days, an innovative Amherst chamber opera set to film made its international debut during the city’s Design Film Festival.

28th Annual Black Maria Film and Video Festival


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Black Maria Film and Video Festival
Sunday, 29 March 2009, 3.00 PM
Merrill 4, Amherst College

The Guerrilla Film Fest

Founded by John Hanshaw ’89. Washington, D.C.: January 2009 and annually.

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