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John Fiege

John Fiege makes films that engage pressing issues of environmental and social justice through the voices of those on the frontlines of injustice. He is motivated by a desire for a more just society through social change; and in the pursuit of creating a cinema of social change, he has defined an artistic voice of his own. Focused on the American South, his work delves into environmental destruction, race, gender, inequality, immigration, faith, social movements, and the arts. This lecture will probe the power of voice in the cinema of social change through an exploration of John’s work and its place in a broader project of the arts as a public intellectual pursuit. He will show clips from several of his film projects—features and shorts, completed and in-progress—and discuss storytelling, production, interactivity, outreach, fundraising, and perseverance in a media landscape dominated by commercial interests.

BIO
John Fiege is a director, cinematographer, and photographer whose films have played at the Cannes Film Festival, SXSW, Museum of Modern Art, and Hot Docs, among many others. His latest film, Above All Else, is a feature-length documentary about the Keystone XL pipeline that premiered at the 2014 SXSW Film Festival, with an international premiere at Hot Docs. The film won Best North American Documentary at the Global Visions Festival and a Special Jury Prize at the Dallas International Film Festival. Mississippi Chicken, his intimate portrait of immigrants working in the poultry industry, was nominated for a Gotham Award for “The Best Film Not Playing at a Theater Near You.” He recently photographed the 2014 Sundance documentary selection, No No: A Dockumentary. Currently, he’s in development on a performance-based film called In the Air, in which artists from the Gulf Coast use dance, spoken word, and visual art to tell stories of environmental injustice, survival, and alternative visions for the future. He holds a BA from Carleton College, an MS in cultural geography and environmental history from The Pennsylvania State University, and an MFA in film production from the University of Texas at Austin, where he also works as a lecturer.


26 abril 2017

17:00
Aula Magna

AULAS ABERTAS ANTERIORES

Feira do Livro

Apareçam e descubram leituras para as férias!


22 a 28 junho 2017

Livraria i2ADS

Sessão Solene

Sessão Solene de abertura do ano lectivo.


22 setembro 2017 · 15:30

Aula Magna

desfazendo / undoing it

A actividade de desfazer a exposição do it, decorre do dia 17 a 22 de Junho. Consultar o programa.


19 a 22 junho 2017

Pavilhão de Exposições

undo it party

Festa de encerramento da exposição do it, de Hans Ulrich Obrist.


22 junho 2017 · 17:30

Pavilhão de Exposições

Sessão Pública de Informação

Sessão Pública de Informação sobre os cursos de Doutoramento, Mestrado e de Especialização


29 junho 2017

17:00
Aula Magna

Narrativa Visual

Masterclass de Pieter Friedman


6 outubro 2017 · 11:30

Aula Magna

Helena Barranha / Arte Digital e Museus

Conferência no âmbito do #16.ART Encontro Internacional de Arte e Tecnologia / International Meeting on Art and Technology


12 outubro 2017 · 14:00

Aula Magna

Material performativity

Oficina de Performance com Pia Euro (Aalto University) e Rita Castro Neves (FBAUP)


13—16 novembro 2017 

FBAUP

Morgan O’Hara / Live Transmission

Keynote do #16.ART Encontro Internacional de Arte e Tecnologia / International Meeting on Art and Technology


11 outubro 2017 · 11:15

Aula Magna
Entrada gratuita

Table des Matières

Conversa com Mattia Denisse em torno do projecto Duplo Vê.


25 outubro 2017 · 10:00

Aula Magna

Modos de editar

Património, tecnologia, fronteiras


25 outubro 2017 · 15:00

oMuseu

Studio Mike Goes West

Desafios, experimentação, e defeito/efeito.


2+3 novembro 2017

Oficinas de Gravura

do it – conversas breves / short talks

Conversas com os intérpretes sobre os processos de concretização das peças em exposição.


3 + 17 + 24 + 31 maio 2017

18:00
Pavilhão de Exposições