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The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts launched its 2017-18 season, with a mix of new and returning series.

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April Number 8

The NInies Poster

The Queen’s Film and Media Society would like to formally invite you to The Ninnies 2018!

For those new to the department, The Ninnies is a night of fun that invites both film students and profs to celebrate the end of the 2017-18 school year.

This year’s theme is Retro Prom so hop into your retro best (from any decade) and get ready for our photo booth and to view the ’18 Ninnies Short Film in style.

NEW THIS YEAR we will also be awarding "Mini-Ninnies" to various profs from the department. Be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page to learn how to nominate and vote for profs to win!
Link for voting: https://goo.gl/forms/3PmnSc4tyUThL3x73

Drinks will be available at a cash bar and light appetizers will be provided to attendees.

The Ninnies will be held at The Grizzly Grill on April 8th 2018 at 7:30. Doors open at 7:00. Please note the event will be 19+ after 10:30.

Tickets will be $10. Tickets are available on the ASUS Store:

April Number 8 & Number 9






April Number 12 to Number 14

Climate Change poster

Visualizing Climate Change: Connecting Arts, Media, Science, Technology, and Activism

April 12-14, 2018

Dept. of Film and Media, Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts, 390 King Street West.

Full program can be found here:


This conference engages various approaches that academics, artists, filmmakers, and activists take in regards to climate change visualization, focusing especially on moving images. Spanning interactive data visualization to time lapse photography to the documentary, moving images are the primary mode through which climate change is conveyed. With scholars in film and media studies, cultural studies, Indigenous media, curatorial studies, the philosophy of science, and geography, along with media practitioners in single channel works and digital media, this conference engages with visual representations of global effects of climate change with a particular emphasis on those of the Arctic region.

Speakers include:

Karine Bertrand (Film & Media, Queen’s); Brenda Longfellow (Cinema & Media, York); Susan Lord (Film & Media, Queen’s); Clarke Mackey (Film & Media, Queen’s); Scott MacKenzie(Film & Media, Queen’s); Ian Mauro (Geography, University of Winnipeg); Toby Miller (Director, Institute for Media and Creative Industries, Loughborough University, London); Thomas Nocke (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Germany)Sverker Sörlin (Division of History of Science, Technology, and Environment, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden); Anna Westerståhl Stenport (Modern Languages, Georgia Institute of Technology); and Mark Terry (Culture and Communication, York).

The event is free and open to students, faculty, and the public. 

Support provided by: Queen’s University Department of Film and Media, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, and the School of Modern Languages at the Georgia Institute of Technology.


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