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Emory Cinematheque: Glorious Color!

January 16 - April 24 | Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m.
White Hall 208


From the earliest days of cinema, filmmakers have found sophisticated and expressive ways to represent color on screen. Using a combination of digital restorations and vintage 35mm prints, this series examines the history of color film as an ongoing dialogue between technology and aesthetics.

Films in the series include: King of Jazz (1930), The Adventures of Robin Hood (1938), A Matter of Life and Death (1946), An American in Paris (1951), All that Heaven Allows (1955), The Red Desert (1964), Wanda (1970), McCabe and Mrs. Miller (1971), Cries and Whispers (1972), and The Aviator (2004).

View a full list of screenings and dates at Emory Cinematheque.

Destructive Sublime by Dr. Tanine Allison

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Congratulations to Dr. Tanine Allison on the 2018 publication
of her book, DESTRUCTIVE SUBLIME

Media in Mind by Daniel Reynolds

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Congratulations to Daniel Reynolds on the 2018 publication
of his book, MEDIA IN MIND.

Student News

Wei Wei Chen

Congratulations to Film Studies major Wei Wei Chen on winning a Bobby Jones Scholarship to attend St. Andrews College in Scotland in 2018-2019 and for winning Emory’s Lucius Lamar McMullan Award, which recognizes Emory College graduates who show extraordinary promise of becoming our future leaders and rare potential for service to their community, the nation, and the world.

See "For McMullan Award winner Wei Wei Chen, art is centerpiece of life"



Students Samah Sadig and Cayla Bamberger

Congratulations to Film and Media Studies major Cayla Bamberger and to Media Studies major Samah Sadig on being awarded the Emory University Women’s Club Scholarship for 2018-2019.


Leila Sudler

Congratulations to graduating senior Leila Tiffany Yavari, who won this year’s Louis B. Sudler Prize in the Arts.



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