“Adaptable” Closes the Season on 4/28 with a Viewing and Discussion of “Fences”

Writers House Film Series

Join us on Saturday, April 28, for “Adaptable’s” final event of the spring semester. At 6 p.m., the film Fences will be shown, and will be followed by a discussion, led by Dr. Keith Green, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Africana Studies Program.  All films will be shown at the Writers House, located at 305 Cooper Street.  All are … Read more “Adaptable” Closes the Season on 4/28 with a Viewing and Discussion of “Fences”

Join us for a Screening and Discussion of “13th” on 4/6

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The School of Social Work, the Division of Student Affairs, and the Undergraduate Student Organization will host a screening and panel discussion of Ava DuVernay’s Oscar-nominated documentary, 13th, on Thursday, April 6th, at 5 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room.  This event is free and open to all, though advanced registration is strongly encouraged.  Light … Read more Join us for a Screening and Discussion of “13th” on 4/6

The Fifth Annual Lecture in Childhood Studies to be Held 2/23

The Department of Childhood Studies will present its fifth annual lecture on Thursday, February 23rd.  Dr. Mary Celeste Kearney, Associate Professor of Film, Television, and Theater at the University of Notre Dame, is the guest speaker.  Dr. Kearney’s lecture is titled, “Always Extras? Black Girlhood, U.S. Media, and Girls’ Studies.” This lecture begins at 4 … Read more The Fifth Annual Lecture in Childhood Studies to be Held 2/23

Viewing and Discussion of “Changing Face of Harlem” Documentary on 9/29

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In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, the Community Leadership Center (CLC) will view the documentary the Changing Face of Harlem, to be followed by a discussion with the filmmaker Shawn Batey, on Thursday, September 29th, from 12:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Conference Room West AB.  Register by contacting Matthew Closter, Research Associate … Read more Viewing and Discussion of “Changing Face of Harlem” Documentary on 9/29

Screening and Panel Discussion of “Black Gold” scheduled for 2/16

Rutgers–Camden’s celebration of Black History Month continues on Tuesday, February 16th, with a screening of the documentary Black Gold, an award-winning film about the human and material costs of producing and distributing Ethiopian coffee within the global economy.  A panel discussion will follow the film.  Panelists include Israel Mansaray, a Rutgers–Camden student–activist; Dr. Benjamin Talton, Associate … Read more Screening and Panel Discussion of “Black Gold” scheduled for 2/16

Join screenwriter/director Robert Pulcini on Wednesday, Oct 14!

The Film Studies Program Presents:AN EVENING WITH SCREENWRITER/DIRECTOR ROBERT PULCINIWednesday, October 14, 2015Robert Pulcini (CCAS 1989) screens his new movie, “10,000 Saints,” and talks about his career in filmmaking.  Along with his wife, Shari Berman, Pulcini has written and directed “American Splendor” (nominated for an Oscar for Best Screenplay and winner of the Movie of … Read more Join screenwriter/director Robert Pulcini on Wednesday, Oct 14!

Latino Film Series Continues with Film “Goodwill” on 4/23

On Wednesday, April 23rd, at 12 p.m., Documenting the Latino Experience: A Film Series will show Goodwill: The Flight of Emilio Carranza, a film directed and produced by Rutgers-Camden’s own Dr. Robert A. Emmons, Jr. For more information, contact Dr. Lorrin Thomas, Co-Director of Latin American and Latino Studies.