Visual and Media Arts assistant professor and screenwriter Ed Lee contributed to an article written about the Apple TV+ comedy Ted Lasso, which returned for its second season this month and is nominated for 20 Emmy awards.
Feder was excited to protest in solidarity with the Jewish and immigrant communities.
Fiction, non-fiction, serious and satirical — faculty and staff have you covered on what to pick up this summer.
Life created a short documentary about the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, as seen through the eyes of three non-Japanese residents who were there before and after the nation first hosted the world.
More than two dozen Emersonians were nominated for 2021 Emmy Awards, or were on production teams of nominated series.
The 12-month program is an “opportunity for six underrepresented filmmakers to build a short for Disney+ within the studio system.”
The film explores the dynamics within a theatre troupe when a difficult director brings on a famous actress to a production of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon.
Greenstein recently opened for legendary DJ/producer Steve Aoki.
Bright’s new film presents an unbiased view of the dog meat industry in South Korea.
Approximately 150 candidates are nominated each year, with 15-20 receiving awards of $3,000.