Digital Film

Free screenings and filmmaker Q&As at Visiting Filmmaker Series

The Rutgers Center For Digital Filmmaking kicked off its first Visiting Filmmaker Series on January 28, 2016. The series brings to campus a variety of international filmmakers to screen their works and engage in a Q&A with audience members. Screenings are free and open to the public; tickets are not required.

More information is available by calling 848-932-5245 or by emailing

Work by director of digital film center screens at Berlin International Film Festival

This month, Nicolás Pereda, the new head of the Rutgers Center For Digital Filmmaking, will screen his latest film, Tales of Two Who Dreamt, at the Berlin International Film Festival.

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Bennett began his career in the mid-90s as a television writer and producer for WPHL 17 in Philadelphia. Soon after, he worked as a production associate for several feature films and began working as a production tech for Comcast and Cablevision. After spending a few years at local cable networks, Bennett was hired to travel with the TLC crew as a locations coordinator/unit manager for Trading Spaces.

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SPARKED: Alan McIntyre Smith, Professor of Filmmaking

Mason Gross School artists discuss the elements that fuel their work

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"Vivid evidence": The New York Times reviews Rutgers Antarctic climate-change documentary

Antarctic Edge: 70° South, a documentary about climate-change research in the western Antarctic Peninsula, had its New York City premiere on April 17, 2015, at Quad Cinema.