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Jan 16 2015 | Stanford News, The Dish | Posted In: Awards
Documentary Film and Video
Silver might beget gold for documentary filmmaker and Stanford lecturer J. CHRISTIAN JENSEN, MFA ’13.  In June 2014 he won a silver medal from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Student Academy Awards for his film White Earth, a winter portrait of North Dakota’s oil boom seen through...
Nov 13 2014 | New York Times | Posted In: Faculty, Staff, Students
Art History, Art Practice, Design, Documentary Film and Video, Film and Media Studies
PALO ALTO, Calif. — The birthplace of Yahoo and Google, Stanford University is now ramping up and showing off its cultural resources. Construction of a $235 million arts district near Palm Drive, the grand tree-lined campus entrance, is well underway here. Last year, the $112 million Bing Concert...
Oct 6 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Faculty
Documentary Film and Video
Henry S. Breitrose, the founder and "lodestar" of Stanford's world-renowned graduate program in documentary filmmaking, died Oct. 2 at his campus home.  He was 78. Colleagues described Breitrose, who taught the history of film and film aesthetics at Stanford for more than five decades, as a man "...
Sep 26 2014 | Posted In: Students
Documentary Film and Video
The Department of Art & Art History is pleased to announce that nine students and alumni of the Documentary Film & Video Program will present their documentary films at the 17th United Nations Association Film Festival, which will run from October 16 - 26 at various locations on the...
May 15 2014 | Stanford Report | Posted In: Awards, Staff
Documentary Film and Video
Mark Urbanek was one of three Stanford staff members to win a 2014 Amy J. Blue Award for being exceptionally dedicated, supportive of colleagues and passionate about his work. The awards were established in 1991 to honor the life and work of the late Amy J. Blue, an associate vice president for...

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