An Evening with Joe Gangemi

JOE GANGEMI is a novelist and film and television writer-producer.  Among his films are Stonehearst Asylum, starring Kate Beckinsale, Michael Caine, and Ben Kingsley, Go With Me, starring Anthony Hopkins, and Wind Chill, starring Emily Blunt.  He co-created and executed produced the Amazon Studios original comedy, Red Oaks, starring Paul Reiser, Jennifer Grey, and Richard Kind, which ran for three seasons. Gangemi … Continue reading An Evening with Joe Gangemi

Writers in Camden: Meg Wolitzer

Meg Wolitzer is the New York Times bestselling author of The Female Persuasion, The Interestings, The Wife, and other books. She was the guest editor for The Best American Short Stories 2017, and her short fiction has appeared in McSweeney’s, Ploughshares, The Best American Short Stories, and The Pushcart Prize. Wolitzer is a member of the MFA faculty at Stony Brook Southampton, where she co-founded … Continue reading Writers in Camden: Meg Wolitzer

Film Viewing – Sickies Making Films, by Robert A. Emmons

Friday, November 16, 2018 7 p.m. Fine Arts, Room 110 Join us for a viewing of Sickies Making Films, edited, co-written and co-produced by Rutgers–Camden’s Robert A. Emmons. Sickies Making Films looks at our urge to censor films and asks why? We find reasons both absurd and surprisingly understandable. Using the Maryland Board of Censors (1916-1981) as … Continue reading Film Viewing – Sickies Making Films, by Robert A. Emmons

An evening with documentary filmmaker Sophia Kruz

Wednesday, February 21 6 PM – 8 PM with reception to follow Writers House 305 Cooper Street Camden, NJ 08102 Sophia Kruz is an EMMY® Award-winning documentary filmmaker and TEDx speaker. Her work has been broadcast nationally and screened at film festivals and museums around the world. Her most recent documentary, LITTLE STONES, follows four … Continue reading An evening with documentary filmmaker Sophia Kruz

Rutgers-Camden Film Studies Class Previews The Disaster Artist, a Tribute to The Room

In movies, November signals the beginning of awards season, when the theaters fill with serious films vying for the Academy Awards. It’s a fun time to study film at Rutgers-Camden.  On November 15th, students in Matthew Sorrento’s Art of Film course, along with filmmaking students, visited the Ritz East Theater in Philadelphia for an advanced … Continue reading Rutgers-Camden Film Studies Class Previews The Disaster Artist, a Tribute to The Room