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For visual artist and professor jina valentine, a sense of place is closely tied with the imperative to build community. Having experienced several relocations, first as a student and later as an academic, valentine has met this requirement by…

The feature-length documentary film Racist Trees, helmed by Sara Newens and Mina T. Son, graduates of the MFA program in Documentary Film (2011), made its debut on PBS on January 22, 2024. Following its initial premiere at IDFA, the film garnered…

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Stanford’s MFA in Documentary Film and Video is a two-year program in which small cohorts of six to eight students immerse themselves in documentary filmmaking. According to the program’s director, Srdan Keča, the program is centered around…

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Stanford students from across disciplines showcase their artistic talents in the 9th annual Undergraduate Juried Exhibition presented by the Department of Art and Art History, on display at the Stanford Art Gallery through Dec. 8.

TheWrap has published its list of Top 50 Film Schools for 2023, with Stanford ranking 15th overall:

If documentaries are your thing, there’s hardly a better place than Stanford. And your first project could be documenting the “Hunger…