Tag Archives: Champlain College

SWIFT AT THE BOX OFFICE: “ABOMINABLE”

Official Rotten Tomatoes Critic and Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Julia Swift is back with another  mychamplainvalley.com movie review. This time she reviewed the 2019 film “Abominable” by Jill Culton. Continue reading

PAHI O’CARROLL’S MĀORI CARVING UNVEILED

Following a ceremony on Sept. 27, Dwayne Pahi O’Carroll’s carved door lintel, Te Hononga, was unveiled and placed on the wall outside of the Champlain Room. The unveiling ceremony was the culmination of Pahi’s month-long artist residency at Champlain College, where he carved the Pare whakairo – a traditional Māori carving. Continue reading

Film Majors and Broadcast Majors Winners of Student Emmys

Several Champlain College students were honored with New England Student Emmys recently, highlighting their work as Broadcast Media Production and Filmmaking majors. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences awarded four student Emmys to Champlain College students, as well as eleven Honorable Mentions. The students are invited to an awards ceremony in June in […]

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Swift at the Box Office: Champlain Emmy Winners!

Official Rotten Tomatoes Critic and Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Julia Swift returned to mychamplainvalley.com on April 26—but this time, she wasn’t reviewing a movie. Swift highlighted the many student Emmy winners and honorees from Champlain College. Swift highlighted fiction films from Danielle Hazelton and Nick Robinson, who both brought home Emmys in their respective categories. […]

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Swift at the Box Office: “Transit”

Official Rotten Tomatoes Critic and Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Julia Swift is back with another movie review from mychamplainvalley.com. This time, she is reviewing the 2018 film “Transit” by Christian Petzold. The film is based off of a German novel from 1942 about a man named Georg, who assumes the identity of a dead writer […]

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Champlain Students to be Featured on Vermont PBS “Made Here” Broadcast

The Division of Communication and Creative media is teaming up with Vermont PBS for another premiere of the “Champlain College Student Showcase” on Thursday, May 2 at 7 p.m. This broadcast will feature work from eight students in three majors: Broadcast Media Production, Communication, and Filmmaking. The student work covers several different areas—humor, narrative fiction, documentary, and […]

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From the EMC: “Spacebox” Attends Toronto Kids Digital Festival

Last week, one of the Emergent Media Center’s (EMC) projects was shown at the Toronto Kids Digital Festival! This is a new festival devoted to inspiring creativity in people of all ages. It features interactive installations, games, and workshops created by international artists, and focuses on displaying work that creatively integrates cutting-edge research and technology with […]

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CCM Students Compete at 2019 Elevator Pitch

At Champlain College’s 2019 Elevator Pitch, students from all majors and years competed to pitch ideas to “executives” in a fictional elevator. The 12th annual Elevator Pitch finals took place on March 5, where 20 finalists competed in four categories—Entrepreneur, Game Developer (pitched to Associate Dean for Administration Dr. Roz Whitaker-Heck), Job/Internship Seeker, and Nonprofit/Social […]

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Champlain Game Programs Featured in U.S. News Article

Champlain College game students and faculty were featured in a Burlington Free Press article that was picked up by U.S. News. The article, which was written by Nicole Higgins DeSmet and published on March 18, explains how many Champlain game major graduates find that they have to leave Vermont to find well-paying jobs related to their majors. […]

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Swift at the Box Office from Bulgaria: “Butterflies”

Official Rotten Tomatoes movie critic and Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Julia Swift has returned to mychamplainvalley.com—this time from Bulgaria!—to discuss the new film “Butterflies” by Tolga Karacelik. The film, which is Turkish, was screened at the Sofia International Film Festival in Bulgaria where Swift was in attendance. “Butterflies” made Swift “laugh so hard [she] cried,” she […]

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