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Film & Digital Media Alumni

Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Research interests: Intersection of music and political life, social movements, state oppression, and diaspora, with a particular interest in the Basque Country
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '16
Joor Baruah is an audiovisual artist interested in using documentary + idoc, photography, music and new media forms for social change.
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '16
Photography and Documentary fIlm
TV Writer and Producer
Graduate Student, Social Documentation Program
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
expressions of environmentalism, extinction, ethics of environmental policies, fisheries, "bush radio" in Alaska
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '16
Portrait of Carlos Campos
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Documents youth within communities
"SisterLove: Keeping it Real. Globally!" (Audio)
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016 , Assistant Professor, Department of Communication at CSU East Bay , Dissertation Title: Transmedia arts activism & Language Revitalization: Critical Design, Ethics & Participation in Third Digital Documentary
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '14
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '17
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018, Lecturer in UC Santa Cruz Film and Digital Media Department, Dissertation Title: Instant Messenger: The Pony Express, Media, and Modern Virtuality
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018
Senior Director of Product, Kaltura
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '16
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '17
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '17
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018, Assistant Editor at Film Quarterly and Lecturer in the School of Film and Media at Loyola Marymount University, Dissertation Title: Deviant Programming: Curating Queer Spectatorial Possibilities in U.S. Art-house Cinemas, 1968-1989
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016, Faculty Fellow at the Center for Experimental Humanities at New York University, Dissertation Title: Time Machines: Making and Unmaking Rice
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Memory, history, nation, community, political struggle, and identity
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Research Interests: Stories and identities of marginalized peoples
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '14
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
M.A., Film and Digital Media, 2020
Documentary, counter-narratives, social movements, identity, gender, Arabic graffiti, spatiality
Music, race, commercialism, and work process.
Alum, SocDoc Program
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018 , Assistant Professor in Film Production at Seattle University, Dissertation Title: From Prison Yard to Field of Play: Documentary Histories of Race and Movement in Film, Television and New Media
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '19
Race, gender, and transgender studies.
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '14
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '17
PhD, March 2020, Mellon Curatorial Fellow, Oakland Museum, Lecturer
Documentary, landscape, urban studies, environmental activism.
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of 2019
Lareau’s research interests include racial justice, allyship, and the legacy and processes of segregation and gentrification.
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Research Interests: critical race and ethnic studies; visual anthropology; agro-ecology; landscape; diaspora; urban studies; social movements; feminisms
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of 2018
Ethnographic photography essay exploring the cultural landscape of Virginia City, Nevada, the silver-mining boomtown home to the Comstock Lode of 1859.
Environmental, economic, and military injustice in Latin America
Freelance Social Media Consultant
Environmental, economic, and military injustice in Latin America
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '14
Film Archivist
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Visual culture and sociopolitical evolution in the Middle East, and the role of the arts, including documentary making, in visualizing political, social, and cultural changes in the region.
Graduate Student
Film/video, transmission arts, visual anthropology, critical archival practice
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Research Interests: Multimedia projects that examine the complex relationships communities have to their physical and social environments
Gender and sexuality in the modern U.S. Military
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '16
Using participatory methods to tell stories of people who don't traditionally have the agency to author their own stories is the guiding force in his life. The reason he became an educator is the reason he became a filmmaker.
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of 2019
Public & private space, design, emotion, social heritage
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016, Dissertation Title: The Conditions of Possibility, Assistant Professor, Department of Art, Stony Brook University, NY
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2016
Director of Photography
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of 2018
Occupational scavengers in Northeast Thailand
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2017, Dissertation Title: Generic Catastrophes: Case Studies on the Use of Language in Postwar Sound Art
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2017
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Research Interests Identity Development and Agency - particularly in the context of immigration Space and Place - the social and political implications of space, gentrification Cultural Narratives - the selling of the "American Dream" and its impact on segments of the American populatio
Writer and Director
President, Berlanti Productions
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018, Assistant Professor in Film Studies at Seattle University , Dissertation Title: The Celluloid Specimen: Moving Image Research of Animal Life
Ph.D in Film and Digital Media, 2018
Graduate Student
disability studies, queer/sexuality studies, universal design for performance/media
Graduate Student
Documentary and Video Art; Gender and Sexuality Studies; Cinema Studies; Hong Kong Studies
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Museum Curator
ASC, Director of Photography
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program
Senior Vice President, Acquisitions, Relativity Media
Production Coordinator
M.F.A. Student – Class of 2020
Multimedia communications, social movements, social justice. Music and cinema, popular culture and Latin American folklore.
Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '18
Children of undocumented immigrants born in the United States and their struggle to feel as if they "belong" in the US.