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Exploration of Film Aesthetics-- Lecture

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Topic: Exploration of Film Aesthetics-- Lecture
Posted By: juliana
Subject: Exploration of Film Aesthetics-- Lecture
Date Posted: 23 Sep 2013 at 7:06am

The MSU Philosophy Club Presents

Brinton Tench Coxe, Ph.D., who will give a lecture on "Time, Space, Motion:  an Exploration of Film Aesthetics."  We will take a look at certain innovations and transformations of global film style over the past 120 years.
 

WHEN: 6:00PM, October 24th

WHERE: Shawnee Theater, Clark Student Center, Midwestern State University

Join us for an hour of lecture followed by a discussion with Dr. Coxe.

This Event is open to MWSU Students, Faculty, and the Public with no charge.

Brinton Tench Coxe holds a Ph.D. in Slavic Studies from Columbia University, New York. His research projects include exploring images of Moscow in Russian and Soviet Film and literature, as well as cities and urban space on film. He has taught courses on Russian and Soviet film, culture,  and literature at Columbia University and New York University, as well as an introductory film course and a cities on film course at Drew University. In addition to teaching film courses, he also makes short films, one of which received an honorable mention at the Aerokrat’as Festival in Prague, 2005. He is currently Program Coordinator at the Intensive English Language Institute at Midwestern State University.

For more information on this or upcoming lectures as well as information about the Philosophy Club please contact Jonathan Henderson

MWSUPhilosophyClub@Gmail.com



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Juliana
Honors Coord.
"True voyagers are those who leave Only to be going; hearts nimble as balloons They never diverge from luck's black sun And with or without reason cry Let's be gone!"Baudelaire



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