Earlier this summer, Dodge College hosted the 67th annual University Film and Video Association conference. Take a peek behind the scenes at the nation’s most informative academic event for film teachers and graduate students!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> With about 500 attendees from more than three dozen different universities and organizations, UFVA is a fantastic opportunity for collaboration. And I’m pleased to say, our faculty had some of the most interesting presentations in the program!
< ?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> Transmedia, or the breaking apart of a single story into multiple different mediums, was one of the most fascinating emerging trends discussed at the UFVA conference this week.
Now that all the bustle and hubbub of the UFVA conference is over, ending with the annual banquet at the Bowers Museum Saturday evening, I have a chance to look back on the conference and remember some of my favorite moments of the incredible mix of speakers, panels, workshops, and social events our guests enjoyed
Planning for the University Film and Video Association (UFVA) Conference 2013 is under full swing! Check out the Story First website here. With our plenary speaker, Peter Debruge, announced, and many of the key panels and presentations lined up, it’s definitely not too early to register for the conference, held for its third time at