Category: Cinematic ArtsCollege of Fine Arts News
UNM Business School, Film Department launch MBA for Professionals in Film and Digital Arts
By Anna Dykeman The University of New Mexico Anderson School of Management has partnered with the UNM Film & Digital Arts Department to provide a new MBA track focused on film and digital arts beginning in August 2022. The MBA for Professionals program, which also...
UNM students immerse in Meow Wolf internships
By Mary Beth King Meow Wolf bills itself as an arts and entertainment company that “creates immersive and interactive experiences that transport audiences of all ages into fantastic realms of story and exploration.” But mere words fall far short of the actual reality...
Daily Lobo 2021 Photo Contest
The Daily Lobo is now accepting submissions for our 2021 Photography Contest. No matter your genre — landscape, portrait, still-life, photojournalism, etc. — we want to see your photos! Send your best picture to our photo editor for your chance to be published in the...
Professional, amateur filmmakers ready to get back to work.
Professional, amateur filmmakers ready to get back to work. When the pandemic hit and the governor’s health order shut down most of the state, filmmakers were left wondering how long it would last. Now those months of wondering are over, as set construction and small...
A UNM Film and Digital Arts graduate, Shaandiin Tome, featured in New Mexico Magazine
A UNM Film and Digital Arts graduate, Shaandiin Tome, featured in New Mexico Magazine. FROM THE VERY BEGINNING of Shaandiin Tome’s short film Mud (Hashtl’ishnii), you notice the graininess. It’s shot on 16-millimeter film, a bold aesthetic choice that is not easy to...
Sundance Institute Selects 2020 Native Filmmakers Lab Fellows
Five Indigenous filmmakers have been chosen to participate in the 2020 Sundance Institute Native Filmmakers Lab, reimagined and expressed digitally this year on Sundance Co//ab. The Lab is at the core of the Institute’s commitment to supporting Indigenous storytellers...
Nuclear Science and Security Consortium Undergrad wins Best Student Game at the 2019 Serious Games Showcase and Challenge
Nuclear Science and Security Consortium Undergrad wins Best Student Game at the 2019 Serious Games Showcase and Challenge Nuclear Science and Security Consortium (NSSC) Undergraduate Jake Tibbetts and the Project on Nuclear Gaming were awarded Best Student Game at the...
New Mexico Student Filmmaker Showcase Highlights Four Winners from UNM
Four students from the UNM Film & Digital Arts program received awards from the New Mexico Film Foundation’s 2019 and some were featured at the New Mexico Student Filmmaker Showcase in September at the Kimo Theater in Albuquerque. Noah Yacko – Best Cinematography...
The future of film at UNM has a new name: Department of Film and Digital Arts slated for fall semester
The film landscape in New Mexico is changing, and cinematic course offerings at The University of New Mexico are changing right along with it. UNM’s Department of Cinematic Arts has been renamed the Department of Film and Digital Arts, and its curriculum has been...
Watch: Secondhand Sunset represents Albuquerque at Cannes
Written and directed by Media Arts major Andy Kastelic, Secondhand Sunset will be screened at this year’s Cannes Film Festival
Watch: Nathaniel Gutierrez – Messing With Your Perception
UNM’s Nathaniel Gutierrez’ visual interpretations of the world around him allows him to create an augmented reality on sculptures, objects and buildings
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