Welcome to Score Keeping, a feature where I dive into overlooked and highly praised songs, scores and soundtracks that accompany great films. Today, however, I sit down and talk to a composer with an upcoming performance at the IU Cinema.
Guest post by Julia Kilgore. When I first heard that Dorothy Vogel was coming to the Bloomington campus, I remembered that all I knew about her was that she and her husband, Herbert Vogel, were well-known art collectors who had donated thousands of pieces to various museums across the United States. As I sat down… Read more »
Guest post by Jeni Donlon, Director of Executive Communications at the Kelley School of Business. The film industry is a tough business to break into, even tougher for women. So how did a young woman born in Omaha, Nebraska and raised in New Mexico make it in Hollywood without any connections? In a word, grit…. Read more »
The Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive (IULMIA) has been preserving and digitizing, restoring, archiving, acquiring material, and working with researchers for years now. At the beginning of last summer, IULMIA moved to its new space in Wells Library; alongside the library’s Media Services and the Black Film Center/Archive there are now spaces (through the… Read more »
Guest post by Alex Armijos and Hannah Boomershine. Themester interns Alex Armijos and Hannah Boomershine had a conversation with Alex Lichtenstein, a professor of history at IU. They discussed the social context of the landmark case Loving v. Virginia, which inspired the 2016 Oscar-nominated film, Loving. Lichtenstein’s work examines the intersection of labor history and… Read more »
Guest post by Elisa Räsänen. This year marks the 100th anniversary of Finland as an independent country. The centennial year is celebrated in various events both in Finland and around the world. Many events are also taking place in the U.S. Institutes and groups have been organizing public talks, film festivals and celebrations starting from… Read more »