Panel Discussion on Jennifer McClearen’s book, “Fighting Visibility: Sports Media and Female Athletes in the UFC”

Join the Department of Radio-Television-Film and the Center for Sports Communication & Media for a panel discussion on Jennifer McClearen's new book, Fighting Visibility: Sports Media and Female Athletes in the UFC (University of Illinois Press). Ronda Rousey famously convinced the world’s largest mixed-martial arts (MMA) promotion, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), to include female fighters in the early 2010s, which heralded a new fervor for ...

Maru Buendia-Senties, Senior Post Production Executive at Amazon Studios

Join RTF Associate Professor of Instruction Ben Bays for a conversation about visual effects and post-production with Maru Buendia-Senties, Senior Post Production Executive at Amazon Studios. Zoom Link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/6316255829 Maru Buendia-Senties, winner of the Cary Grant Film Award by the Princess Grace Foundation, earned her MFA in Film & Media Production at the University of Texas at Austin. Her strong ...

Radio-Television-Film End of Semester Screenings – Day 1 of 6

As we near the end of yet another unusual semester, the department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to watch and celebrate our students' work, made under extraordinary circumstances. We’re looking forward to presenting this spring's student films at both virtual and drive-in screenings, to be held Wednesday, May 12–Monday, May 17. Find full schedule details and watch links, please refer ...

Radio-Television-Film End of Semester Screenings – Day 2 of 6

As we near the end of yet another unusual semester, the department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to watch and celebrate our students' work, made under extraordinary circumstances. We’re looking forward to presenting this spring's student films at both virtual and drive-in screenings, to be held Wednesday, May 12–Monday, May 17. Find full schedule details and watch links, please refer ...

Radio-Television-Film End of Semester Screenings – Day 3 of 6

As we near the end of yet another unusual semester, the department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to watch and celebrate our students' work, made under extraordinary circumstances. We’re looking forward to presenting this spring's student films at both virtual and drive-in screenings, to be held Wednesday, May 12–Monday, May 17. Find full schedule details and watch links, please refer ...

Radio-Television-Film End of Semester Screenings – Day 4 of 6

As we near the end of yet another unusual semester, the department of Radio-Television-Film welcomes the public to watch and celebrate our students' work, made under extraordinary circumstances. We’re looking forward to presenting this spring's student films at both virtual and drive-in screenings, to be held Wednesday, May 12–Monday, May 17. Find full schedule details and watch links, please refer ...

Radio-Television-Film End of Semester Screenings – Day 5 of 6 (Undergraduate Thesis)

The Department of Radio-Television-Film is excited to present to the public this year’s undergraduate thesis films. Made under extraordinary circumstances, limited sets, and a multitude of Covid-safety restrictions, these films represent the culmination of undergraduate production work. The program will be held in person at Doc’s Drive-In Theatre in Buda, TX. Find full schedule details and link to RSVP, as we get ...

Radio-Television-Film End of Semester Screenings – Day 6 of 6 (MFA First-Year Narratives)

This cohort of first-year MFA students began their graduate coursework during the highly unusual circumstances we’ve found ourselves in this past year. The Department of Radio-Television-Film is excited to present to the public their first narrative films produced at UT, and which were made under extraordinary circumstances, limited sets, and a multitude of Covid-safety restrictions. The program will be held ...

East Austin Stories screening in honor of Juneteenth 2021

East Austin Stories is an RTF introduction to documentary filmmaking class, taught by filmmaker and professor, Andrew Garrison. It was founded in 2000 by East Austin residents Miguel Guajardo, Juan Valadez, and John Williams, together with Garrison. Because it has been taught for twenty years, the remarkable work of these student filmmakers paints a shifting portrait of communities and life ...

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