In its 19th year, CineSiege will continue to celebrate cinema online on November 19, 2021, at 7 PM. The festivities are open to AMPD community members and film lovers alike.
Joyce Wong (BFA '06) set to direct the CBC family comedy on the heels of her Canadian Screen Award win for "Baroness Von Sketch Show".
It’s Cinema’s grand return, with TIFF 2021 taking over the streets and screens of Toronto this September. York AMPD alumni and students make waves in front and behind the camera, taking home major awards.
This fall, six new faculty join the School of the Arts, Media, Performance & Design (AMPD). They are Rebecca Caines, Moussa Djigo, Danielle Howard, Marissa Largo, Taien Ng-Chan and Archer Pechawis.
CineSiege features a juried selection of shorts chosen by program alumni and leading practitioners in film and media culture. Professors’ shortlist nominated films from all 200 films produced by students from all levels of the program in 2021. The nominated films include fiction, documentary and experimental works. Those chosen for CineSiege are honoured for their exceptional achievement in the art and craft of cinema.
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In one of his courses, FILM 3812: Queer Cinema, Nikolas Papastathopoulos teamed up with his roommates Natalia Morales Cacares & Emily Ishikawa to create The Identity of Pleasure.
Jacob Robert, just completed his 2nd year in the Film Production program at York University. His film Unspoken Space premiered in April at the Finish Line Festival.