Head over to the Department of Fine Arts, University of San Carlos, Talamban campus for enrollment details. Or reach the department chair Ms. Araceli Culibra via email@example.com
The University of San Carlos College of Architecture and Fine Arts (USC CAFA) is hosting a press conference on its upcoming MASTER OF ARTS IN CINEMA STUDIES PROGRAM this April 26, Thursday at 2 PM at the USC-CAFA Theater, USC Talamban campus.
The Master of Arts in Cinema Studies will be offered this June 2012, this coming semester.
This week, the University of San Carlos SINEKULTURA presents three films, veritable comedies of wit from Asia, America and Europe: a Japanese, an American, and a Finnish directors at CAFA Theater, Talamban campus.
It even sounds like the set-up of a joke– Three directors are being featured in a cinephile week: A Japanese, an American and a Finn…
The Monday-Wednesday screenings start 530 PM, the Friday screening begin at 6 PM. These film showings are FREE and open to the general public to foster an educational and enjoyable cinema experience to Cebu’s cinephiles.
The movies this week and their schedules:
SineKultura features the finest of contemporary and classic Asian Cinema through three full-length features from China, India and Japan, showcasing characters living in interesting times in history.
The free movie showings start at 530 PM at University of San Carlos CAFA Theater and are free to the general public. Just please present and leave a valid ID at the Campus Portal.
John Ford was an American film director, famous for both his westerns such as “Stagecoach”, “The Searchers”, and “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”, and adaptations of such classic 20th-century American novels as “The Grapes of Wrath.”
This week, University of San Carlos SineKultura will feature “The Man who Shot Liberty VaLance” and “The Searchers” on Wednesday and Friday respectively.