Oct

20

MFA|EDA Weekend Screenings: Gatten+Solomon+Rivette

Save the Dates: Oct 22+23 MFA|EDA is proud to host visiting artist, family and friend David Gatten on the weekend of October 22 and 23. Fittingly, we celebrate with screenings, and you are invited: ___________________________________________________ SAT OCT 22 The Magic of Jacques Rivette, Part II: Duelle, directed by Jacques Rivette, 1976, 121 min Presented by David […]

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Jun

15

MFA|EDA Family and Friends at Haverhill Experimental Film Festival

Congratulations to the MFA|EDA family and friends representing (in a big way) at the Haverhill Experimental Film Festival (HEFF), July 22-24, Haverhill, Mass. Screening at HEFF are: Lisa McCarty (’13), Anna Kipervaser (’15), Alex Cunningham (’16), Jason Sudak (’17), Josh Gibson, and David Gatten, including a 16mm workshop with upcoming MFA|EDA  visiting artist Steve Cossman of MONO NO AWARE. Info […]

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Dec

08

MFA|EDA at 2016 Sundance + Slamdance Film Festivals

Congratulations to Laura Doggett (MFA|EDA ’13) and Michaela O’Brien (MFA|EDA ’16), who have each received recent and exciting film festival news: Another Kind of Girl, directed by Khaldiya Jibawi and produced by Laura Doggett will be screening at the Sundance Film Festival, January 21-31, 2016.  See Sundance’s Short Films press release here. This is the […]

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Nov

10

MFA|EDA Visiting Artist Peter Hutton: Nov 16-18

Duke MFA|EDA is proud to announce an upcoming event featuring visiting artist Peter Hutton. As part of the influential filmmaker’s MFA|EDA visit, you are invited to join us for a rare program of personal prints and digital excerpts, followed by Q&A. Filmmaker/Friend/Family David Gatten will moderate the evening’s program. __________________________________ Peter Hutton: Analog and Digital Works Tuesday, November 17 […]

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Sep

17

MFA|EDA Salon: David Gatten’s Extravagant Shadows, 9/27

Save The Date: Sunday, September 27 THE EXTRAVAGANT SHADOWS David Gatten’s first digital feature | Artist in attendance 5:00pm | Full Frame Theater | 175 mins Free screening, doors open at 4:30pm Fourteen years in the making, The Extravagant Shadows was ranked the No. 9 film of the year in the Film Comment international critics […]

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Mar

05

MFA|EDA Jon-Sesrie Goff (’16) in Duke Arts Journal

Via Duke Arts Journal:   Jon-Sesrie Goff Hits the Ground Running in Duke’s MFAEDA by: Robert Zimmerman This past fall, Jon-Sesrie Goff moved from Philadelphia to Durham to enroll in Duke’s Master of Fine Arts In Experimental and Documentary Arts (MFAEDA) program. In the ten years since he graduated from The New School, his work ranged […]

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Feb

18

David Gatten Retrospective at PLASTIK 2015

Dublin’s PLASTIK Festival of Artists’ Moving Image is featuring a retrospective of David Gatten films (Duke AMI + MFA|EDA faculty), including: Film for Invisible Ink case no. 71: BASE-PLUS-FOG  (2006) black & white, sound, 16mm 10 minutes What the Water Said, no. 46  (2007) colour, sound, 16mm 17 minutes Shrimp Boat Log (2006 re-cut and printed […]

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Nov

24

Film Comment’s Experimental Film in the Academy & MFA|EDA

Very pleased and proud to see MFA|EDA faculty and alumni featured in Living Cinema: Experimental Film and the Academy, from the November/December 2014 issue of Film Comment. Read the full article here.

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Feb

06

Don’t Miss: Visiting Artist Screenings – Feb 11 + 12 at 7:00pm

TUE FEB 11 DEBORAH STRATMAN: SHORT FILMS 7:00PM FULL FRAME THEATER Duke University’s MFA in Experimental and Documentary Arts is proud to welcome MFA|EDA Visiting Artist Deborah Stratman to campus and to Durham, February 11-14. Among class visits, critique sessions with MFA|EDA students and other events, the acclaimed artist and filmmaker will screen a self-curated […]

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Oct

08

In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty – Power Plant Gallery On Exhibit Now Through Dec 13

Via CDS Porch: The Power Plant Gallery at American Tobacco Campus is pleased to present In Practice: Work by Duke Arts Faculty, opening October 4. The exhibit includes works in a wide range of media—photography, film and video, printmaking, new media—by seventeen Duke faculty members and instructors from three arts units at the university: the Center for Documentary Studies (CDS), the Department […]

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Apr

19

The Press, The Extravagant Shadows, & David Gatten

Perhaps in anticipation of the reprise screening of David Gatten’s The Extravagant Shadows on Monday, April 29 at the Elinor Bunin Munroe film center in New York, the press has been paying close attention to Gatten and his latest work. In the March/April 2013 issue of Film Comment, an article  by Holly Willis covers everything from Gatten’s three part […]

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Dec

01

THE EXTRAVAGANT SHADOWS makes Film Comment’s top ten list of 2012 films without distributors

For those of you who were lucky enough to make it to the Biddle Rare Book Room in Perkins Library on Friday, November 30th, Thinking Cinematics (previously Cinema Studies Series) at Duke University presented a new work of digital cinema by filmmaker, AMI lecturing fellow and Duke artist in residence David Gatten. This was the […]

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