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Film and media studies

Studio North marks 10 years of student filmmaking
Published April 24, 2024
Student-run film and media production company hosts anniversary gala at the Parkway Theatre on April 24
JHU group eyes science TV reboot
Published Oct 10, 2023
Inspired by a landmark Hopkins television show from the '40s and '50s, a small team wants to create a new type of science program for the streaming age
Forgotten era of filmmaking finds a new home
Published Jan 3, 2023
The Sheridan Libraries has acquired the Academic Film Archive of North America, an eclectic collection of more than 7,600 vintage 16-mm films
Emma Needell goes home again
Published Fall 2022
Screenwriter Emma Needell, A&S '12, returned to her family's Colorado ranch to film Life Rendered, her new film about a cowboy who uses virtual reality to explore his secret inner self / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Inside the Writers Room at Johns Hopkins
Published July 28, 2022
The Writers Room, a small screenwriting club at Johns Hopkins, offers student participants a collaborative environment where imaginations can run wild in the creation of an episodic web series
A pioneer at the podium
Published Spring 2022
A new documentary directed by JHU Professor of Media Studies Bernadette Wegenstein explores the many firsts of conductor Marin Alsop / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Toon school
Published Jan 20, 2021
Students explore old and new animation techniques in Karen Yasinsky's Animating Cartoons course
How to make it in a Hollywood on hiatus
Published July 8, 2020
Johns Hopkins alum Emma Needell leads a conversation series about breaking into the entertainment industry during coronavirus shutdowns
Intersession, from coast to coast
Published Fall 2019
Intersession courses can help students explore their passions from a new angle / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Exploring the history of silence and film
Published Summer 2019
Meredith Ward explores what moviegoing has sounded like from the tumultuous days of the early silent cinema through the modern experience of watching media on a smartphone with earbuds in public / Johns Hopkins Magazine