Gerald Peary is very happy that the 22-year-old Cinematheque screening and lecture series, which brings some of the most creative minds in film and TV to campus, has been honored by the Boston Society of Film Critics (BSFC) with a 2016 commendation. But, the College of Communication series curator says cheerfully, that it isn’t something he set out to… Read More
Last week, the real-life reporters portrayed by A-list talent in the new film Spotlight celebrated how well the film stuck to the facts about the Boston Globe Spotlight team’s investigation of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston’s decades long cover-up of pedophile priests. The film opens today nationwide. The Pulitzer Prize–winning reporters—Sacha Pfeiffer (MET’94, SED’12),… Read More
Chiemi Karasawa , filmmaker and director of “Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me” talks about her successes and COM’s impact on her career.
Colbert Report producer Nicole Savini (’99) returned to BU in March for the Cinematheque series, where she screened clips and shared stories with students. Savini got her first taste of producing in COM’s Hothouse Productions program before working as an NBC page after graduation. That opened the door to work as an assistant at Late… Read More
Mark Goldblatt has edited some of Hollywood’s most successful films, including Rise of the Planet of the Apes, X-Men: The Last Stand, Armageddon, True Lies, The Terminator, and Starship Troopers. Goldblatt is a Fall 2011 speaker BU Cinematheque series, a College of Communication program that brings filmmakers to campus to screen and discuss their work…. Read More