Professor Justin Wyatt discusses the success of summer blockbusters Barbie and Oppenheimer and what it means for Hollywood.Continue reading "Barbenheimer: A Hollywood comeback story"
Last fall, junior Talent Development scholar and Harrington School student Cristóbal Bustos released his first documentary, “The BSLG- A Voice Was Heard!”.Continue reading "Student Filmmaker Cristóbal Bustos Shares Untold Stories"
Keith Brown, teaching professor of film/media, has been awarded the 2023 URI Foundation & Alumni Engagement Excellence Award for Teaching Excellence.Continue reading "Keith Brown Wins URIFAE Teaching Excellence Award"
Major: Film/Media Hometown: Lodi, NJ Q: What are you doing after graduation? After graduating, I was hired as an Associate Producer at Forbes Media. My focus is on overseeing the production and creating videos for both our Main and Breaking News YouTube channels that reaches 200+ million viewers a month. These videos revolve around interviews […]Continue reading "Alexis Noriega ’23"
In anticipation of his upcoming book surveying the history of American independent film, Associate Professor Justin Wyatt told us his top five must-see films.Continue reading "URI film professor picks five essential American indie films"
For her undergraduate honors thesis, Isobel McCullough recorded the sonic profiles of seven Rhode Island beaches. The result is an artistic investigation inspired by science.Continue reading "Isobel McCullough ’22"
A gift from Rhode Island PBS to the University of Rhode Island’s Harrington School of Communication and Media will help undergraduate students to pursue independent film projects.Continue reading "Gift from Rhode Island PBS will support independent films by URI students"
Professor Mary Healey Jamiel’s critically acclaimed film to air on RIPBSContinue reading "“SEARCHDOG” has Rhode Island broadcast premiere"
A film produced as part of a senior capstone project has earned a URI Film/Media alum two college Emmy awards from National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences’ New England Chapter.Continue reading "Alyssa Botelho ’21"