2017 Jan 19

Wintersession workshop: “TV DIRECTING—AN INTRO TO NARRATIVE”

Repeats every day until Fri Jan 20 2017 .
10:00am to 4:30pm

10:00am to 4:30pm


Carpenter Center for the Visual Arts

Dates: January 19-20
Days/Times: Thursday-Friday, 10 am-12:30 pm & 2-4:30 pm each day
Level/Requirements: No previous experience in directing required
InstructorClaudia Weill ’69, director of film (“Girlfriends,” “It’s My Turn,” “The Other Half of the Sky: A China Memoir”), TV (“Sesame Street,” “Girls,” “thirtysomething,” “My So-Called Life”), and theater (Williamstown Theater Festival, Sundance, Public Theatre, Pasadena Playhouse, Irish Repertory Theatre)
Enrollment limited to 12 Harvard students (participants must attend all four sessions); register now>

2017 Jan 18

Wintersession workshop: "MURDER MOST FOUL—AND FILMABLE"

Repeats every day, 2 times .
10:00am to 5:00pm

10:00am to 5:00pm



Dates: January 18-19
Days/Times: Wednesday-Thursday, 10 am-5 pm
Level/Requirements: All levels welcome; participants must provide a camera, or a phone with a camera, and a laptop for transferring captured media; familiarity with video editing software such as iMovie is helpful but not required.
InstructorRodman Flender ’84, film and TV director/producer/writer, Dimension TV’s "Scream, the TV Series,” HBO’s “Tales From the Crypt,” Califilm’s "The Unborn” 
Enrollment limited to 15 Harvard students; register now>

2016 Dec 16

Modern Art in Technicolor: Art, Film, and American Identity

2:00pm to 4:15pm


Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St

Presented by: Harvard Art Museums
Admission: Free with museums admission. See website for museum admission.
Dec. 16 film: John Frankenheimer's The Manchurian Candidate, 1962 (126 min.; black and white). Before the screening, view Andy Warhol’s Lenin (in Gallery 3610, on Level 3).
Museum Hours: Open daily 10am–5pm
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Focusing on postwar American art and film, this series examines the formation of national identity. Each screening pairs a work from the museums’ modern and contemporary art collection with a film that speaks to its concerns. As in any dialogue, the conversation goes both ways: as the chosen artworks reveal hidden complexities in apparently simple films, the selected films use narrative to tease out and make apparent the aesthetic and social ambitions of art.

2016 Dec 09

Film: Doris Salcedo’s Public Works

Repeats on the second Friday of January, February, March until Fri Apr 07 2017 . Also includes Fri Apr 07 2017.
2:00pm to 2:30pm

2:00pm to 2:30pm
2:00pm to 2:30pm
2:00pm to 2:30pm
2:00pm to 2:30pm


Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St.

Presented by: Harvard Art Museums
Admission: Free admission. See website for museum admission.
Film showings: Dec. 9, Jan. 13, Feb. 10, Mar. 10, Apr. 7
Museum Hours: Open daily 10am–5pm

2016 Dec 01

FILM: Lightbox Gallery Screening: COMPULSIVE PRACTICE

10:00am to 5:00pm


Lightbox Gallery (Level 5), Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St

Presented by: Harvard Art Museums
Admission: Free with museums admission
COMPULSIVE PRACTICE will screen on loop in the Lightbox Gallery (Level 5) throughout the day.
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For the 2016 Day Without Art, Visual AIDS presents COMPULSIVE PRACTICE (2016), a video compilation of the compulsive practices of nine artists and activists who live with their cameras as a way to manage, reflect upon, and change how they are deeply affected by HIV/AIDS. This hour-long video program will screen internationally at museums, art institutions, schools, and AIDS organizations.

2016 Dec 07

Lecture: VALIE EXPORT: Medial Imaginations



Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St

Presented by: Harvard Art Museums
Admission: Free and open to the public. The lecture will take place in Menschel Hall, Lower Level. Please enter the museums via the entrance on Broadway.
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Austrian artist VALIE EXPORT (b. 1940) is one of the most important pioneers in conceptual media art, performance, and film. In this lecture, the artist will discuss her oeuvre, from her early Expanded Cinema works and conceptual photography to her most recent drawings and works in public spaces, as well as future projects.

2016 Oct 18

Film Screening and Discussion: Ava DuVernay’s "The 13th"

6:00pm to 9:30pm


Knafel Center, 10 Garden St.

Presented by: The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard Kennedy School, along with the Malcolm Wiener Center for Social Policy, and the Hutchins Center for African & African American Research
Admission: In collaboration with Netflix this screening is free and open to the public, but due to space limitations guests must RSVP to attend.
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Film Screening and Discussion of The 13th with Khalil Gibran Muhammad, Professor of History, Race and Public Policy, Harvard Kennedy School and the Suzanne Young Murray Professor at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study as part of Harvard Kennedy School’s Race and American Politics series.  

2016 Oct 12

Deadline to apply to Harvardwood 101: Monday, October 17

Thu - Tue, Oct 12 to Oct 17, 9:00am - 5:00pm


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Presented by: Harvardwood
For Harvard Undergraduates only. Deadline to apply to Harvardwood 101 is Monday, October 17, 2016.

Harvardwood 101 begins with a mandatory "bootcamp" week of company visits, speaker panels, and networking mixers with Harvard alums who work in entertainment. Students also attend film and TV panels, in addition to getting a "behind the scenes" look at studios, working film sets, talent agencies, production companies, and music labels (see below for a list of companies that have participated in the past). 

2016 Oct 13

Sharing the Rough: Film Screening and Panel Discussion



Geological Lecture Hall, 24 Oxford Street

Presented by: Harvard Museum of Natural History
Admission: Free and open to the public. 

Orin J. Mazzoni III, Film Director and Graduate Gemologist
Judd Rottenberg, Graduate Gemologist, Long’s Jewelers
Monica Stephenson, Founder & President, ANZA Gems

The world of colored gemstones is dominated by individual miners and artisans, each with a unique and powerful story to tell. Sharing the Rough is an award-winning film that explores the artisanal world of colored gemstones: from the hands of the East African miners who bring these treasures to the surface and the gem cutters who breathe life into the rough stone to the designers who accentuate the beauty of each gem through precious metals and innovative design. The film also documents the challenges of East Africa’s growing mining economy. 

2016 Oct 27

Lights (Body): Rhythm on Camera

6:00pm to 7:00pm


Menschel Hall, Lower Level, Harvard Art Museums, 32 Quincy St., Cambridge

Presented by: Harvard Art Museums 
Admission: free; see website
Museum Hours: Open daily 10am–5pm. Following the screening, Tillmans galleries will be open until 8 pm.

Lights (Body): Rhythm on Camera is a three-part film and video series accompanying the exhibition Folding, Refraction, Touch: Wolfgang Tillmans in Dialogue with Modern and Contemporary Art. The series will feature short film and video works made between 1921 and 2015 in which artists use experimental techniques to explore relationships between sound and image, foregrounding abstraction, movement, color, sex, and the body. 

Ditching digital

Armed with his father's old Hasselblad camera in Greece, a photographer learns the challenges and joys of shooting with film.

By Stergios Dinopoulos ’17
2016 Artist Development Fellow