Recent News

photo of U Kim

Cinema and Media Studies doctoral student Ungsan Kim's article, "Queer Korean Cinema, National Others, and Making of Queer Space in Stateless Things (2011)" is published online and will appear in the upcoming issue of Journal of Japanese and Korean Cinema.

Congratulations Ungsan!

Steamboat Bill Jr title frame

STG Presents Silent Movie Mondays: STEAMBOAT BILL, JR. (1928) at The Paramount Theatre April 10, 2017 as a part of Comedy Classics Series.  

A doctoral student and instructor in our Department of Comparative Literature, Cinema & Media, who was among those who protested the appearance of Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos at the University of Washington, has since the event been the target of hateful internet bullying, sexual harassment and violent threats.

SAID 2017 flyer

The Department of CLCM is a community sponsor for the 2017 South Asian International Documentary Festival (SAID).  The festival is organized by Tasveer, and is now in its 3rd year.  It is the only South Asian Documentary festival in the Northwest. With submissions from a wide array of South Asian communities a rich set of subjects are offered. The festival aims to provide the community with quality documentaries that speak directly to the issues relevant to South Asia. All screenings will be held at the Northwest Film Forum (free of charge!) 

Manishtana lecture flyer

We are cosponsoring an event organized by the UW Stroum Center for Jewish Studies to be held on Wednesday, January 25th.  MaNishtana will give a lecture: “Truth, Justice, and the American (Oy) Vey: The Significance of the Jewish Influence on Comic Books”