The Film Studies Program Presents:


Wednesday, October 14, 2015

Robert 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 the Year from the American Film Institute),  “The Nanny Diaries,” “The Extra Man,” “Cinema Verite” (nominated for 6 Golden Globes and won in Film Editing), and other films.  Born in Cherry Hill, NJ, he graduated from Rutgers-Camden and received an MFA in film from Columbia University, and now lives in New York.


  • 4:00 – 5:50 A screening of “10,000 Saints,” starring Asa Butterfield, Ethan Hawke, Emily Mortimer and others
  • 6:00 – 7:00 A discussion with Robert Pulcini, followed by a reception

Location: Penn 401

Rutgers University-Camden now offers a film minor through its new Film Studies Program. The Film Studies Program is comprised of courses offered by several departments within the university, including: History, Fine Arts, English, Anthropology, German, and French.

This program is a minor and is intended for students in other majors who might be interested in film courses. Students will learn about the history of film as well as how to make them.

For more information on the Film Studies Program contact Lisa Zeidner at