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Film and Media Arts Film Series and Events

Film and Media Arts Film Series and Events

The Film and Media Arts Film and Events Series hosts visiting filmmakers, film screenings, and other media events every semester.

upcoming events

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Film Workshop : Dreams Aren't Dumb
Wednesday, 11/8, 4:15pm
Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media, Watson Forum

Film Screening: New Feature Film from Pigasus Pictures
Wednesday, 11/8, 7:30pm
The Richard E. Peeler Art Center, Auditorium


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film screening

Screening of Waiting for the Light to Change followed by Q&A with the Director Linh Tran '17

More info to come.
Wednesday, April 10
Peeler Art Center, Auditorium




Faculty Panel

Bring your own lunch and join us for a panel discussion in conjunction with the screening of How to Blow Up a Pipeline which is on Tuesday 9/19 at 7:30pm in the Peeler Auditorium.
Thursday, September 21
The Roy O. West Library, Corrine and Paul Wood Study 128

Screening of How to Blow Up a Pipeline,
followed by q&a with Professor/Filmmaker Jordan Sjol.

Tuesday, September 19
The Richard E. Peeler Art Center, Auditorium
This event is sponsored by The Film & Media Arts Program, 
Environmental Fellows, The Prindle Institute for Ethics,
The Department of Art & Art History


Wednesday, April 19, 2023 7:00pm

DePauw alumnus Pete Ohs will visit DePauw to screen his critically-acclaimed 2022 horror-satire film Jethica. After the 70-minute screening, Ohs will hold a Q & A with the audience. More Information



Wednesday, February 22, 2023, 4:00-6:00pm in Watson Forum

Christian will be presenting a workshop on "Navigating the Media Industry." He is a known documentary and narrative film director who has produced films, music videos, and commercials on four continents.

Dahee Yun, Filmmaker Presentation and q/a

Monday, November 7, 2022 at 7:30pm in Watson Forum

Dahee Yun is an award-winning filmmaker and new DePauw professor teaching filmmaking . She'll present and screen some of her short film work, then answer questions during a Q&A session. Dahee Yun was born and raised in South Korea and received an MFA in Film from Syracuse University in New York. Her films often explore stories about the ambivalence of invisibility, vulnerability, floating, dreams, and experiences of being a woman and an immigrant. She also talks about animal issues and coexistence with nature in her work, and her practices as a filmmaker pay attention to creating an ethical filmmaking environment.


Screening of the Japanese classic An Autumn Afternoon and post-film discussion with film professors Dahee Yun and Victoria Wiet

Tuesday, October 11, 2022 at 6:00pm in Peeler Auditorium (Peeler Art Center)

The last film by Yasujiro Ozu was also his final masterpiece, a gently heartbreaking story about a man’s dignified resignation from life’s shifting currents and society’s modernization. Though the widower Shuhei (frequent Ozu leading man Chishu Ryu) has been living comfortably for years with his grown daughter, a series of events leads him to accept and encourage her marriage and departure from their home. As elegantly composed and achingly tender as any of the Japanese master’s films, An Autumn Afternoon is one of cinema’s fondest farewells.


Screening of horror/drama film So Cold the River (2022) and talk with writer/director Paul Shoulberg

Friday, September 23, 2022 at 7:30pm in Peeler Auditorium (Peeler Art Center)

This 2022-released horror/drama film written and directed by Paul Shoulberg and based on the novel by Michael Korytawas was shot in French Lick, Indiana, in the vast, historic, Shining-esque hotel, West Baden, produced by Bloomington Indiana-based production company Pigasus Pictures. In the film, an ambitious documentary filmmaker falls ever deeper into the disturbing history of the place, while trying to unearth the truth, both about one of the area’s most infamous inhabitants and herself. After the screening, Paul Shoulberg will hold a Q & A with the audience. 


Film Studies Senior Capstone Presentation and New Majors Reception

Friday, May 20, 2022 at 7:00pm in Peeler Auditorium and Lobby

Join us as we honor our seniors, welcome new majors, and celebrate the Film Studies community at DePauw!

  • “FLIP,” a short film by Emma von Werder

  • “Nogate,” a short film by Ian Brundige

  • “The Graduette,” a short film by Sarah Ballard

  • “Rope’s Queer Subtext: Where is the End?” a scholarly thesis by Ivy Sedam

  • “School Zone,” a short film by Reyna Wilson

  • “Transit,” a short film by Tsian DeFour

  • “Wedding Fever,” a short film by Allison Duranceau

Wednesday, April 20, 2022 at 7:30pm in Peeler Art Center Auditorium or Zoom,   Ian Daniel: "Environmental Justice Means Racial Justice: Grassroots Movements, Indigenous Solutions, and Storytelling for Social Change", featuring Ian Daniel '04. Sponsored by the Media Fellows Program, Environmental Fellows Program, Office of Sustainability, Film Studies, and Native American and Indigenous Peoples Association (NAIPA).

There's Something in the Water (2019)

Wednesday, April 12, 2022 at 7:30pm in Peeler Art Center Auditorium
Screening of There's Something in the Water, featuring Ian Daniel '04. Sponsored by the Media Fellows Program, Environmental Fellows Program, Office of Sustainability, Film Studies, and Native American and Indigenous Peoples Association (NAIPA). 


Tuesday, March 15, 2022 7:30pm in Thompson Recital Hall
Reimagining Asia Talk Series: Sex, Music and Shouting through Social Media, Canon, and Entertainment, an ethnomusicological approach to the study of Chinese martial arts films. Through examples from the film series Once Upon a Time in China and other films, featuring Po-Wei Weng, the Director of International Education and Global Engagement at Cambridge School of Weston.