Events

College
7 p.m.
Join us for the Ebert Center screening of Fright Night: Train to Busan​ (2016, Well Go USA Entertainment), a South Korean horror film directed by Yeon Sang-ho.​​​​​​ Free and open to the public. Presented by the Roger Ebert Center for Film Studies.
College
12-1 p.m.
Robert Holguin, the anchor for KFOX 14 El Paso, will meet with students to answer questions about his 30-year career as a writer, reporter, TV anchor, and documentary filmmaker. Please RSVP to Colleen King, assistant clinical professor of journalism and director of the Frank Center, at cck@…
Advertising
7 p.m.
Jason P. Chambers, professor of advertising and associate dean for diversity, equity, and inclusion, will give a brief presentation and sign copies of his new book, Advertising Revolutionary: The Life and Work of Tom Burrell (University of Illinois Press). See copies of print ads and commercials…
College
7 p.m.
Join us for the Ebert Center screening of Women’s History: Ovarian Psycos (2016), a documentary about an unapologetic bicycle brigade, directed by Joanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-LaValle. Then join us the following day for a discussion about this film. This event is a collaboration with the…
College
3-4 p.m.
Join us for a discussion of Ovarian Psycos (2016), a documentary about an unapologetic bicycle brigade, directed by Joanna Sokolowski and Kate Trumbull-LaValle. The conversation will center around precarity, collaboration, and claiming space. This event is a collaboration with the Women’s…
College
12-1 p.m.
Media Career Services is here to help you prepare for the campus career fair on March 27. This workshop will help with different tips on maximizing your time at the career fair. Join us and learn about what to expect, how to network with recruiters, and create your elevator pitch for the career…
College
7-8 p.m.
Hear College of Media alumni discuss their career paths, share advice, and answer student questions.  Learn more.
ICR
12-1:20 p.m.
The Institute of Communications Research will present a Distinguished Speaker Series this spring, showcasing some of the most renowned scholars in the fields of communication and media studies.  “Marketers’ Cultivation of Digital Resignation in an AI Media Era” Joseph Turow is the Robert Lewis…
ICR
The Institute of Communications Research will present a Distinguished Speaker Series this spring, showcasing some of the most renowned scholars in the fields of communication and media studies.  "Media-Induced Self-Transcendence: Evidence and New Directions" Mary Beth Oliver is Donald P.…
College
7 p.m.
Join us for a screening curated by this year's Roger Ebert Fellows: Portrait of a Lady on Fire (2019, Swank Motion Pictures), directed by Céline Sciamma. Free and open to the public. Presented by the Roger Ebert Center for Film Studies.
College
2 p.m.
Volunteers at the Virginia Theatre are needed to do many vital tasks during Ebertfest, including taking tickets, guiding patrons to their seats, helping guide the lines, and merchandise sales. All volunteers receive a Virginia Theatre T-Shirt and the chance to see an Ebertfest movie. All Virginia…
ICR
The Institute of Communications Research will present a Distinguished Speaker Series this spring, showcasing some of the most renowned scholars in the fields of communication and media studies.  Lisa Parks is Distinguished Professor of Film and Media Studies and director of the Global Media…
ICR
3-4:30 p.m.
Join College of Media faculty with appointments in the Institute of Communications Research to learn more about how to write and publish a book. Panelists include: Derek Long, Assistant Professor of Media & Cinema Studies Melita Garza, Associate Professor and Tom and June Netzel Sleeman…
College
Join us for a celebration of beloved and overlooked films!  Passes to see films at the 25th anniversary of Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held April 17-20, 2024, go on sale December 1, with two new festival passes available to provide flexible attendance. New this year is a 4-film pass for $70;…
College
Join us for a celebration of beloved and overlooked films!  Passes to see films at the 25th anniversary of Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held April 17-20, 2024, go on sale December 1, with two new festival passes available to provide flexible attendance. New this year is a 4-film pass for $70;…
College
Join us for a celebration of beloved and overlooked films!  Passes to see films at the 25th anniversary of Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held April 17-20, 2024, go on sale December 1, with two new festival passes available to provide flexible attendance. New this year is a 4-film pass for $70;…
College
Join us for a celebration of beloved and overlooked films!  Passes to see films at the 25th anniversary of Roger Ebert's Film Festival, held April 17-20, 2024, go on sale December 1, with two new festival passes available to provide flexible attendance. New this year is a 4-film pass for $70;…
ICR
The Institute of Communications Research will present a Distinguished Speaker Series this spring, showcasing some of the most renowned scholars in the fields of communication and media studies.  Nicole Ellison is Karl E. Weick Collegiate Professor of Information and Professor of Communication and…
Media & Cinema Studies
7 p.m.
Join us for a celebration of student filmmaking at the annual UIUC Student Film Festival, featuring the work of students from across the University of Illinois campus. Programming will include roughly 2 hours of student shorts, a filmmaker panel, and some trivia and door prizes! Doors open at 6 p.…
Media & Cinema Studies
7-10 p.m.
The Department of Media & Cinema Studies presents the second annual MACS Student Showcase, featuring faculty-curated work created by students in MACS classes throughout the academic year.  Join us to celebrate student media production, broadly conceived, and learn more about the variety of…