The Vanguard Film Festival is just a few short weeks away. Download the application form or find one to fill out in Kyo Edmoundson’s office inside Vanguard Studios by 5pm, April 16th, 2010. May the best film win!
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Those of you that have completed Comm Theory or the dreaded Media Crit can understand. You simply can’t view media in the same way ever again. Watching Where the Wild Things Are is certainly no different.
Some people have blogged about how they believe that the Wild Things are just different facets of Max’s personality. [...]
There are some great classes lined up for fall and some new things to announce. The new Communication Handbook is now available online - full of all the information you could ever wish for about majoring in Communication at Vanguard University. We look forward to seeing you in class!
Welcome future Vanguard graduates! We are so excited to meet you this fall! We have compiled some information to get you up to speed about Vanguard and the Communication Department. The following links will help you get plugged in and ready to go for fall.
If you can’t find something you are looking [...]
This Thursday evening, the Vanguard Film Festival returns to the Cove at 7pm. The Official Selections have been decided by the film panel. The results follow.
The Vanguard Film Festival is committed to helping students to forge new frontiers in their artistic endeavors. The films featured in the festival are opportunity for students to formulate beliefs, [...]
Animation students Cody Crawford, Josh Hamilton and Scott Houston were chosen as finalists for the National Geographic Preserve our Planet PSA Contest. These Vanguard Cinema / Digital Media students created a stop motion PSA entitled “Together We can Change Our World.” The project uses natural and sustainable resources in its production. You [...]
This year marks the 4th annual Vanguard Film Festival. This year’s festival theme is “GROW.” We also have a special category this year for environmental/cause filmmaking. In honor of the festival, we had students from the course Visual Technology submit artwork for the festival in keeping with the theme. We [...]
Incredible documentary films dot the landscape at the Pan African Film Festival this 2009 competition year. Check out all of the films available this weekend at http://www.paff.org.
Recently the Hollywood Reporter wrote an article about independent films taking a more direct route to studios than taking the chance of audience lukewarm approval at Sundance. Independent filmmakers often lament that their chances of getting into Sundance without a “name” attached to their film is slim and none. Is Sundance really about [...]