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Film Culture: The Legacy of the Pacific Film Archive and Non-Profit Exhibition

Film Quarterly marks the fiftieth anniversary of the Pacific Film Archive (now officially known as BAMPFA) with a webinar discussion about the PFA’s invaluable role in cultivating film culture that expands upon the Special Focus in FQ’s Fall 2021 issue.  The webinar will explore the role the PFA and other non-profit exhibition institutions such as MoMA have played in shaping passion for global arthouse cinema. Longtime PFA curator Albert Johnson’s important legacy as a champion of world cinema will be discussed along with the PFA’s significance as a platform for black, African, and other international and independent filmmakers.  FQ Editor in chief B. Ruby Rich will moderate a conversation with Kathy Geritz (BAMPFA), Edith Kramer (BAMPFA), Josslyn Luckett (Film Quarterly), Cornelius Moore (California Newsreel), Rajendra Roy (MoMA), and David Schwartz (Netflix).

Event details: Dec. 2nd at 1pm ET.

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Webinar: Film Culture – the Legacy of the Pacific Film Archive and Non-Profit Exhibition

On December 2nd, Film Quarterly marked the fiftieth anniversary of the Pacific Film Archive (now officially known as BAMPFA) with a webinar discussion of the PFA’s invaluable role in cultivating film culture that expands upon the Special Focus in FQ’s Fall 2021 issue.  FQ Editor in chief B. Ruby Rich moderated a conversation with Kathy Geritz (BAMPFA), Josslyn Luckett (Film Quarterly), Cornelius Moore (California Newsreel), Rajendra Roy (MoMA), and David Schwartz (Netflix).

PAGE VIEWS LIVE: A Conversation with Rashna Wadia Richards

Film Quarterly’s webinar series showcasing the best in recent film and media studies publications continued on September 24th with a conversation between Page Views editor Bruno Guaraná (Boston University) and Rashna Wadia Richards (Rhodes College) about her new book, Cinematic TV: Serial Drama Goes to the Movies (Oxford University Press, 2021), introduced by FQ editor-in-chief B. Ruby Rich.