Category Archives: Filmmaking

Pamela McGrath: The Brazilian Martial Art and Dance Form of Capoeira, Healing, and Community

As part of my thesis project, I am creating a short documentary film that is a blend of video footage and interviews that document how the Brazilian martial art and dance form of Capoeira acts as a form of healing movement to … Continue reading

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Workshops at Fall Residency

With the Goddard Graduate Institute’s first official residency just over, we wanted to share with you a sampling of the kinds of workshops faculty and students offered at the Plainfield, Vermont campus between Aug. 8-15, 2014. Our residency theme, “Climate … Continue reading

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Erotics of Attention: The Films of Ellie Epp

IMA faculty Ellie Epp is being featured on CinemaSpace as part of its new series, PARALLAX VIEWS, February 12 at Montreal’s Segal Centre. CinemaSpace is very excited to present four 16mm films by filmmaker/writer/philosopher Ellie Epp at Montreal’s Segal Centre’s … Continue reading

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Embodiment Studies: Being a Body

One of the emerging fields of study in the world is right at home in Goddard’s IMA Program. Embodiment Studies within the IMA program investigates the experience and implications of “being a body” is the brainchild of faculty member Ellie … Continue reading

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Podcast: Alexandra Hartman on Film, Poetry and the Disobedient Body

>Listen to this new podcast on Alexandra Hartman’s journey from poetry and web design to filmmaking and the disobedient body. Alex’s website, and her entire 33-minute film — The Word Made Flesh, an be viewed at her website. Her studies … Continue reading

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Filmmaking, Poetry and the Disobedient Body: Alexandra Hartman

>Alexandra (Alex) Hartman came to Goddard to change directions in her life. She planned to lead writing workshops when she left Goddard, but something more local soon emerged: the body. “The IMA encourages students to find our own direction by … Continue reading

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