The Center for Advanced Media Studies

CAMS facilitates the historical, cultural, and linguistic analysis of how ideas are communicated in the mass media through events, courses, and graduate fellowships.

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Earn a Graduate Certificate

The Graduate Certificate Program in Film and Media educates doctoral candidates in the theory, aesthetics, and history of film, video, and other audiovisual media.

Become A Fellow

Fellows, who can come from any discipline in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, focus on a media-related aspect of their research and studies during the fellowship.

December 6: Screening and Discussion of “Aboard the Abraden” with Corinne Fortier


Join CAMS on Wednesday, 6th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm in Gilman 479 for a screening of Corrine Fortier’s documentary Aboard the Abraden and post-screening discussion with director Corinne Fortier. Aboard the Abraden (dir. Corinne Fortier) This documentary made of words, noises, colors and songs takes us aboard the Abraden, a fishing boat in the Brittany...

November 15: Rotoscoping Workshop with Adriana Copete and Talk by Michela Villani

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Join CAMS on Wednesday, November 15th from 4pm to 7:30pm in Gilman 479 for an animation workshop with Adriana Copete from 4:00pm-5:45pm followed by a talk by Michela Villani from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. Rotoscoping Workshop with Adriana Copete: Devoti tutti Art Direction and Animation Insight Adriana Copete, Art Director and Lead Animator for Devoti Tutti...

April 20: Screening of “The Missing Tale”

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Join CAMS on April 20th at 5pm in Gilman 50 for a special screening of the documentary The Missing Tale (Emlékek őrei, 2022, Hungary) followed by responses from Lila Fabro (MLL) and Kunal Joshi (Anthropology) and a post-screening Q&A with director Klára Trencsényi. The film is part of the CAMS film series Films You Cannot See...