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Joe Brown v. The STate of Wisconsin: A Documentary Filmmaker's Suit to Film on Public Lands

UPDATE: 

Due to unforeseen scheduling conflicts, this session of the speaker series has been postponed. We will send a notification and will update this website when more information is available. 

Alumna Roma Sur and her colleague Jessica McGaugh will present on their work on the evening of November 13th in place of Joe Brown. See below for more details. 

Immigrants, Dance, and Documentary: Three Worlds One Stage

Join the Department of Media, Film & Journalism Studies for "Immigrants, Dance, and Documentary: Three Worlds One Stage."

Collaborators Roma Sur (MA '03) and Jessica McGaugh will screen a fine cut of their documentary, Three Worlds One Stage. The film tells the story of three immigrant artists from three regions of the world who have made Colorado their second home. It captures their journey of staying connected with their roots via performing arts.

Click here for more information and our online registration portal. Stay tuned for information about upcoming events as a part of this speaker series!

What: Immigrants, Dance, and Documentary: Three Worlds One Stage
Where: The Media, Film & Journalism Studies Building
             Room 117
             2490 S. Gaylord St.
             Denver, CO 80210
Date: Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Time: 6:30 -8:30 p.m.


The Documenting the World speaker series is a Marsico-funded project designed to highlight the careers of MFJS alumni and to build connections between alumni and students. Documentary film has provided many outlets and career opportunities for our alumni, and it is our pleasure to celebrate this profession over the course of the 2018-2019 academic year. Stay tuned for information about upcoming events as a part of this series!

Contact Emily Kintigh with questions at [email protected] or 303-871-2166.