Curated by Courtney Stephens & Mathilde Walker-Billaud; Series runs Oct 5 - Dec 14, 2019 @ Metrograph & Anthology Film Archives. SURFACE KNOWLEDGE centers on the tension between surface and depth in various realms of experience.
Shireen Hamza, 2019 Harvard Flaherty Fellow, shared her reflections on the Seminar on the Critical Media Practice (CMP) blog. Shireen is a PhD student in Harvard’s History of Science department. Her work focuses on the history of science and medicine in the medieval Islamicate world (Islamicate here refers to the multi-confessional world within the borders of Islamic polities).
This two-day film series collaboration with The High Line celebrates the trailblazing Simone Leigh’s Brick House . The two nights feature short works by primarily women filmmakers from around the world. With Leigh’s focus on Black female beauty and empowerment in mind, curators Jon-Sesrie Goff and Claire Diao selected films and videos that represent the range and complexity of Black female-identified creativity.
We are looking for a Program Coordinator to undertake a variety of administrative and program management tasks. You will help in planning and organizing programs and activities as well as carry out important operational duties. You will supervise interns and volunteers, working alongside our Program Director.
#ChangingTheStory This August, Firelight Media partners with Vision Maker Media, The Flaherty and NET Nebraska public television to host our Groundwork Lab as part of the Vision Maker Media Producer Training in Lincoln, Nebraska with major funding provided by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
The Flaherty would like to invite those interested in programming the 2021 seminar to submit a letter of intent. The deadline is September 1, 2019. The Board of Trustees will ask for a second round of application materials by mid-September, and make a final selection in late October. We are also accepting nominations.
Programmers can be individuals or those working in small programming teams. All programmers need to have attended the Seminar prior to submitting an application.
The 65th Flaherty Film Seminar brought together artists, film professionals, and enthusiasts from countries all over the world, including: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Finland, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Mexico, Peru, Philippines, Portugal, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam.