Terrorism: An Interview with Bruce Hoffman
Security studies professor Bruce Hoffman discusses the importance of defining the causes of terrorism and communicating with countries and factions involved.
Globalization and Terrorism: An Interview with Fathali Moghaddam
Psychology professor Fathali Moghaddam discusses the multicultural world we live in and how culture and languages are being lost as a result of immigration, travel and communication and the role terrorism plays in globalization.
Terrorism: Expert commentary by Fathali Moghaddam
Psychology professor Fathali Moghaddam discusses terrorism and global conflict resolution.
A Common Word: Panel Two: Religion, Violence and Peace-Building
In the second session of day two of the Common Word conference, religious leaders discuss the role of religion in violence and in peace building. How do we better understand both religion and violence, and religion and peace building? What are the major issues and best practices in counteracting religious extremism? How can religious authorities and community leaders de-legitimize extremism and acts of violence and terrorism?
Satisfying Victims and Healing Societies: The Promises of Justice after Extreme Violence - Vision Se
Susan Hirsch, Director of the undergraduate Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution program Justice meted out in domestic courts is assumed to promote social healing and quell the desire for revenge felt by victims of violence. Mass atrocity, genocide, terrorism and other types of extreme violence have spawned new approaches to justice, such as extrajudicial proceedings and international tribunals. Drawing from personal experience as a survivor of a terror attack and anthropological resea
Lecture 4 - Theatre, Film, Television and Public Affairs
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Fifes and Drums at 50
A new documentary reflects on five decades of Fifes and Drums. Director Mike Durling talks about building a film that looks through the years and across the country.Author(s):
Flowers and Herbs of Early America
Gardener Larry Griffith and Photographer Barbara Lombardi summon botanic phantoms and capture their essence on film.Author(s):
Film Animation: 2009 Trailer
http://cinema.concordia.ca/ Trailer of student works created in 2008-09 in the Film Animation program at Concordia University. Edited by Jean Théberge
'Journey Into America' Screening and Iftar Dinner: (with Akbar Ahmed)
Ambassador Akbar Ahmed discusses his film 'Journey Into America,' which examines the evolution of American identity through the lens of the American Muslim community.
The Rise of Religious Terrorism
Course - Group - The Rise of Religious Terrorism - Arizona State University > Religion and Conflict > The Rise of Religious Terrorism
Unreeling the Documentary Film - Anand Chandrasekaran, Michealene C. Risley (Tapestries of Hope)
Documentary filmmakers Anand Chandrasekaran and Michaelene C. Risley discuss not only the inspiration for their film, Tapestries of Hope, but also some of the logistics of its production. Topics include fundraising strategies and how the film team overcame obstacles along the way.
The Perfect Desk
Think university, think one library building? ... Not at Cambridge! With over ONE HUNDRED libraries with many and varied collections, the University provides the best possible resources to enable students to excel in their chosen subject. This film invites you to find out from current students what they most value about the rich diversity of Cambridge's libraries and the ways in which each library becomes not simply a repository of books on their reading lists but their own unique space ... Find
Reporting Current Affairs - Paul Kenyon
Paul Kenyon is a highly experienced reporter and producer who has worked across BBC News and Current Affairs, and has also presented on Five Live. In 2005 he was the first reporter to film Iran’s secret nuclear sites, making an hour-long documentary which was shown around the world. Hear him in conversation with John Mair.
The History of Channel 4 - Channel 4 Day - Maggie Brown
Maggie Brown has been covering the media industry for over twenty years and has built a reputation as one of the countries most respected and highly regarded specialist media journalists. Granted access to Channel 4’s rich archive and frank interviews with the founders, chief executives and stars alike, she has recently completed a fresh British Film Institute history on the channel due out in November. Here she discusses the history of Channel 4.
Putting Channel 4 on the Air - Channel 4 Day - Mike Bolland
Mike Bolland joined BBC Scotland in 1963 as an office junior before leaving for production work at the BBC in London and then in 1981 for the then newly established Channel 4. There he was the first media employee in the UK responsible for youth programming before becoming the Channel’s Head of Arts and Entertainment (1987 – 1990). Currently Mike works as a freelance television consultant and writer and has been head of TV at the National Film and Television School since 2006. This Coventry
‘Crowngate’ and ‘TV Fakery’ - Will Wyatt
‘Crowngate’ was one of the biggest media news stories during the frenzy on TV ‘fakery’. At the time Wyatt promised he would endeavour to “establish a full understanding of the events” that led to the furore surrounding the film about the Queen. Wyatt now works as a media consultant and company director. In 1988, he was Head of Documentary Features before becoming Managing Director BBC Network Television. In 1996 he became Chief Executive of the BBC, overseeing the launch of BBC Onli
SP.691 Studies in Women's Life Narratives: Interrogating Marriage: Case Studies in American Law and
Is marriage a patriarchal institution? Much feminist scholarship has characterized it that way, but now in the context of the recent Massachusetts Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage, the meaning of marriage itself demands serious re-examination. This course will discuss history, literature, film, and legal scholarship, making use of cross-cultural, sociological, anthropological, and many other theoretical approaches to the marriage question from 1630 to the present. As it turns out,
Introduction to Storyboarding
This lecture takes you through the steps to create a storyboard for film and animation projects. It is given by Illustration and Animation Lecturer Francis Lowe.
Beginnings - Jon Blair, Award Winning Director and Producer
Jon Blair is a multi award winning film and television producer and director, and is the only director working in the United Kingdom who has won all three of the premiere awards in his field; an Oscar, an Emmy (twice) and a British Academy Award. In this Coventry Conversation you can hear Jon talking about his career.