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

December 7: An Evening with producer and screenwriter Chad Damiani (CCAS 95)

Thursday, Dec. 7, 4:30 – 5:30 Penn 401 Followed by reception and pizza! Chad Damiani (CCAS 95) has been producing and writing for TV and film for the last 14 years, along with his writing partner JP Lavin. They have sold four pilots to network television over the last five years and their script “Kamikaze … Continue reading December 7: An Evening with producer and screenwriter Chad Damiani (CCAS 95)

October 17: A discussion with filmmaker and screenwriter Steve Janas

Join the Film Studies Program for a discussion with filmmaker and screenwriter Steve Janas, with film selections from his projects, including the upcoming James Franco movie “The Long Home.” Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 4:30 – 5:30 To be followed by reception Penn 401 Steve Janas is a 1991 graduate of the English program at Rutgers University–Camden. … Continue reading October 17: A discussion with filmmaker and screenwriter Steve Janas

Adaptable: A Writers House Film Series

Please join us at the Writers House throughout the semester for “Adaptable: A Writers House Film Series” with screenings of adapted films. Each film will be paired with a discussion around the craft and methods of adaptation along with the social significance of their particular kind of storytelling. Professors from Rutgers–Camden and artists will join … Continue reading Adaptable: A Writers House Film Series

Sept. 28, 2016: An Evening with Toni Kalem

Wednesday, September 28, 2016 4:30-6 pm Rutgers–Camden Multi-Purpose Room Toni Kalem wrote the screenplay and directed the movie based on Anne Tyler’s third novel, A Slipping-Down Life, starring Lili Taylor and Guy Pierce (1999). It was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the Sundance Film Festival.  She has also written the screenplay for Rutgers-Camden professor … Continue reading Sept. 28, 2016: An Evening with Toni Kalem

Emud Mokhberi to Teach Screenwriting Course

Emud Mokhberi is an Academy Award nominated writer and director. He has developed and sold an original feature length concept to Dreamworks Animation and written screenplays and directed visual development for La Petite Reine in Paris, France. He has worked as a technical director and character animator for Digital Domain and Sony Pictures, and presented … Continue reading Emud Mokhberi to Teach Screenwriting Course