Rotterdam Study Trip
Saturday, January 28, 2017 (All day) to Monday, January 30, 2017 (All day)
SPRING 2017 classes:
CM3091, FM3063 Making a Documentary and Topics: Making a Documentary
FM3097 Junior Seminar: Agnès Varda
FM2076 GE110 Intro to History of Narrative Film II
FALL 2016 classes:
FM3039 Directing Fiction
FM2091 Genocide and Cinema
Film students are introduced to the Rotterdam International Film Festival, known for the range of its cinema offerings, from world features to experimental and independent offerings and for the wide array of producers, distributors, programmers and filmmakers who attend. Led by film professor and filmmaker Marie Regan, the group is immersed in films — seeing more than eight films in three days, attending panels and participating in a master class, all while enjoying a wonderful world city. Spend time in old town and see the river and port but mostly this is a film and festival immersion with exposure to the wide range of people working in film today. All student participants are expected to attend all group screenings and events.
Led by Prof. Marie Regan
Cost: €425 (includes round-trip train transportation, hotel accommodations w/ breakfast, on-site transportation, Film tickets, group dinner, entrance fees, professor’s trip cost, and VAT)
Last day to register/cancel: January 22 • Late cancelation fee: €425
Payment for study trips must be made no later than January 30 for the Spring 2017 semester. Any concerns in this regard should be addressed to the Cultural Program & Student Accounting Services.