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Defence of humanities to earn one student a semester’s tuition

A competition invites students to answer the question “What do the humanities mean to you?”

Grad comes out on top at national film awards gala

Communication, Media and Film graduate Matt Bendo (BA 2014) was recognized by the Canadian Society of Cinematographers with the 2017 award for Best Cinematography in the category of Branded/Corporate/Educational Cinematography. Bendo received the honour April 1 in Toronto at the society’s 60th annual awards gala for his work on Storm, an ad for custom Lamborghini exhausts created by YST and Armytrix. His former University of Windsor instructor, Tony Lau, produced the advertisement through his company, Film Loft Productions, with cinematography by Bendo.


Department head sought for communication, media and film

Nominations and applications are now open for the position of head of the Department of Communication, Media and Film.

Film documents illegal segregation imposed on Indigenous peoples

Director Alex Williams will discuss issues raised by his film The Pass System following a free public screening Wednesday in Vanier Hall.

Bespoke cinema experience to combine documentary film, music and live performance

The project 130-Year Road Trip is an interactive documentary combining film, performance and live music.

UWindsor professor’s movie to screen on film festival’s opening night

Prof. Mike Stasko’s 2006 feature Things to Do will be screened during the Windsor International Film Festival.


Filmmaker on hand for screening Thursday

Filmmaker Terra Long will take questions from the audience after a free public screening of some of her works Thursday on the UWindsor campus.

Radio program to provide outlet for digital journalism students

Host Ashley Quinton will feature the work of digital journalism students on the30news - Radio Edition, debuting today on CJAMfm.

Endowment recognizes UWindsor artists

UWindsor grads, faculty and students are well-represented among 2016 winners of awards from the Windsor Endowment for the Arts.

Professor sharing film production experience with students

Film professor Tony Lau has engaged students in the production of a feature film, currently shooting in locations across Windsor.