Rotten Tomatoes critic and Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Julia Swift has returned to mychamplainvalley.com for another film review. On Jan. 30, Swift reviewed “The Favourite”, an Oscar frontrunner with ten nominations. While Swift enjoyed the cinematography and more technical aspects of the film, she stated that the directing and writing left more to be desired. […]
Regarded highly by colleagues and students in the Filmmaking program in the Division of Communication and Creative Media at Champlain College, Julia Swift, assistant professor of film, has done everything from writing to directing to editing TV and film throughout her career. This past summer, Swift has been able to add 360 video to that […]
Assistant Professor of Filmmaking Julia Swift has been reviewing movies weekly for mychamplainvalley.com. On Feb. 16 Swift reviewed the new Marvel movie, Black Panther. Though she disagreed with calling the film “groundbreaking,” Swift acknowledged the importance of a superhero movie which celebrates African culture and heritage. She called it “an important piece of cinematic history.” The […]
My Champlain Valley, powered by Local 22 and Local 44, presents weekly movie reviews by Champlain College professor of filmmaking Julia Swift. Swift has been reviewing movies for months on the station’s segment, “At the Box Office.” On Nov. 24, she reviewed what she called her “favorite movie in the past two years.” A Florida […]
Champlain College Filmmaking Assistant Professor Julia Swift and film critic shares her thoughts on the winners of the 89th Academy Awards. She also discusses the end of the night’s Best Picture blunder and Jimmy Kimmel’s performance as Host. Swift appears weekly as a movie reviewer on The Box Office segment, a production of Fox TV-WFFF’s Local 44 Morning Brew. See the review here: Oscars Review
Champlain student filmmakers appear on FOX 44
Champlain students Serena Gauthier and Anna Cuevas guest-starred on the FOX 44 “Community Matters” segment with their film professor Julia Swift on Oct. 20. The students debuted a film together at the Vermont International Film Festival. Both juniors, Gauthier and Cuevas spent their sophomore year collaborating on a film for one of their classes. Cuevas describes Don’t Touch the Camera as a documentary “about gender inequality in the film industry from the perspective of seven female students at Champlain.”
Kennedy Trabold and Aenea Thorne, also Champlain students, edited the commercial for this year’s Vermont International Film Festival.
“Our AV editing teacher told us that Julia Swift had a project she wanted us to work on,” said Trabold.
Thorne and Trabold received links to the trailers and instructions on how to download them for use. From there, each student made her own trailer and submitted them to Swift who combined the trailers. The commercial opened the “Community Matters” segment.