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  • Bright Lights Film Series

    Bright Lights Film Series opens January 28

    The 18-film series kicks off with The Final Girls, the story of a girl who, along with friends, is sucked into the world of a horror film that her deceased mother made 20 years earlier. Director Todd Strauss-Schulson ’03 will lead a discussion after the film.

  • Bob Nesson on location

    Nesson receives grant for documentary

    Documentary filmmaker and Emerson College faculty Bob Nesson was awarded a $10,000 grant from Mass Humanities to work on a new project following men and women as they return to their communities after serving time in prison. The grant was part of Mass Humanities’ “Negotiating the Social Contract” initiative.

  • Linda Reisman

    Reisman gets Oscar nods for The Danish Girl

    Faculty member Linda Reisman, executive producer of The Danish Girl, was one of several Emerson College alumni to see films they worked on get Oscar nominations.

  • Sundance Film Festival

    Emerson Women Filmmakers Going to Sundance

    A group of Emerson women filmmakers will travel to the Sundance Film Festival at the end of January to network and learn about the festival and the industry. This year, the program was open only to women.

  • Megan Marshall

    Marshall Wins MassBook Award for 'Margaret Fuller'

    Professor Megan Marshall will be honored at a State House ceremony.

  • Hanife Schulte, Emerson College graduate student

    Grad Student's Work on Brecht Recognized

    A Theatre Education graduate student has been recognized for her work on Brecht.

  • Emerson College campus

    Submissions of Graduate Media Work Sought

    Graduate students will present their media-based work at the New England Graduate Media Symposium, an event hosted by the VMA Department

  • Boston Coastlines: Future Past - Civic Media project

    New Graduate Program in Civic Media Launches

    Starting in Fall 2016, Emerson College’s Engagement Lab will launch an intensive 12-month residential master’s degree program in Civic Media, Art & Practice (CMAP). Prospective students can apply now to the graduate program, which focuses on the emerging field of civic media.

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