Cinema Faculty Fall 2015 Updates
The Gospel According to Charlie, directed by associate professor of cinema Dave Bussan, screened this summer at the Moviate Underground Film Festival (Harrisburg, PA), the Revelation Perth Film Festival (Perth, Australia), the Landlocked Film Festival (Iowa City, IA), the Middlecoast Film Festival (Bloomington, IN), the Black Cat Picture Show (Augusta, GA), the Athens International Film & Video Festival (Athens, OH), and the NYC Independent Film Festival.
Associate professor of cinema, Marc Wiskemann, continued post-production work on his feature film Starlight. He also finished his stop-motion-animation short, Autumn, with the assistance of Ori Segev ’14.
Jesse Schlotterbeck, assistant professor of cinema, published pieces on the website In Media Res (on the rock-doc Anvil! The Story of Anvil) and in the journal Film Criticism, and completed an article on the Howard Hawks film Sergeant York that will appear in a forthcoming collection of essays on Hawks.
Jonathan Walley, associate professor and chair of cinema, wrote the catalog essay for Über Zwei Ecken (“About Two Corners,” or “Two Degrees of Separation”), an exhibition of work by the artist and filmmaker Tony Conrad at the Vienna Kunsthalle.