A film and Spanish literature double major, Miguel Alvarez-Flatow ’14 is turning his senior honors thesis into a feature film.
The Thrill lists its top five classes at Kenyon that will "blow your mind."
A film edited by Alex O’Flinn ’03 is slated for national release.
“Dancing with the Kenyon Stars” raises money for a local cause.
Film executive Jonathan Sehring ’78 sees award-winning "Boyhood" through from concept to completion.
Led by Associate Professor of Anthropology Sam Pack, a team of students researches the impact of modern tourism in the Philippines.
Film classes begin in the newly renovated Wright Center in downtown Mount Vernon.
Screenwriter Jay Cocks '66, on campus for a showing of his movie "Silence," shares advice on the film industry.
Visitors explore the newly renovated Wright Center in downtown Mount Vernon, now home to Kenyon's film department.
A Mellon Foundation grant spurs innovation in teaching and scholarship through technology.
Masen Colucci ’19 puts skills learned as a film major to work as an intern at New York Magazine.