Patrick Jenkins '14 recently won top prizes in the James River Film Society's Short Film Competition.
Actor Michael Cera, director Sebastian Silva, web series creator Cristobal Ross come to W&M to kick off 2014 theme of Journeys and Passages.
On Nov. 22 at the Kimball Theatre, the W&M Global Film Festival will launch its 2014 theme “Journeys & Passages” with an evening of Chilean-American programming featuring special guests Chilean director Sebastián Silva and American actor Michael Cera.
Yancey Strickler '00, a W&M alumnus and one of the founders of the popular "crowdfunding" website Kickstarter, spoke with students and faculty on Friday afternoon.
Scheduled over President’s Day weekend (Feb. 14-17) at the Kimball Theatre, the four-day main event will again feature films from around the world, live performances, receptions and presentations by invited filmmakers.
Williamsburg City Symphony kicks off 2012 Global Film Festival, Feb. 16-19.
The College of William and Mary's Global Film Festival has announced its 2012 theme: "Film and the City."
Yancey Strickler '00 kickstarts the work of thousands with a way to help other creative people succeed in turning their ideas into realities.
Participation in second annual event helps students not only learn more about Russian culture and films, it exposed them to 10 superb films from around the world.
William & Mary students gather April 7-9 to present research at the international symposium, “Post-Soviet Television: Global Formats and Russian Power.”
Hollywood director and documentarian Tom Shadyac came to Williamsburg last week to talk with students and screen his newest film "I Am."
Aram Vidal, a Cuban audio-visual artist and graduate student at the National Autonomous University in Mexico (UNAM), is serving as Swem Library’s first ever media artist-in-residence.
Enter Jes Therkelsen: filmmaker, photographer, media consultant and activist.
William & Mary professor Colleen Kennedy will appeared on "Jeopardy!" May 26.
Teams of student videographers create documentaries on area citizens.
Spanning places and cultures from Bollywood to Alabama, the sights and sounds of the William & Mary Global Film Festival filled Williamsburg this weekend.
You, too, can now understand Cuban films, thanks to Anne Marie Stock.
In the director's chair, she's already accomplished much.
Film fest paints portrait of Williamsburg reflected off the big screen.
Simon Joyce, associate professor of English at the College of William and Mary, talks about appropriating the Victorians.
Global Film s-GIG stages the King Kong of all retrospectives at the Kimball Theatre.