A Massacre in Memphis: A Documentary Film by Dee Garceau

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Contact person: Timothy Huebner

Join the Department of History, Film Studies Program, and the Lynne & Henry Turley Memphis Center for a documentary film viewing, followed by a discussion with the director, Dee Garceau. "A Massacre in Memphis" earned Best Director, Documentary, Women in Film, at the Austin IndieFest. it was also an Official Selection at the Southern Film Festival 2018, the Best Shorts Competition 2018, and the Director's Circle Film Festival 2018.

Film Studies
Lynn and Henry Turley Memphis Center

Film and Media Studies

Film and Media Studies at Rhodes College offers a critical understanding of the history, theory, and production of moving images. Interdisciplinary by design, Film and Media Studies draws from courses in various departments, including Art, Educational Studies, English, History, International Studies, Modern Languages and Literatures, Political Science, and Theatre. Film and Media Studies courses provide students with analytical tools for critiquing visual media as well as creative tools for producing digital art.

Gender and Sexuality Studies Student Symposium

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The twelfth annual Symposium on Gender and Sexuality Studies will take place Wednesday, March 25 from 3:15-7:30 pm in Blount Auditorium. The event will showcase students' scholarly and creative work in many disciplines, including English, Sociology, Film Studies, Art History, and Religious Studies. Refreshments will be served.