Queen's Department of Film and Media offers programs of study in the art, expression, persuasive powers, and the practice of moving-image media. Now housed at the Isabel, a brand-new performing arts complex on the Lake Ontario shore, the Film department has existed for more than forty years, while remaining contemporary in examining the history and current state of the media.

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  • Ovarian Psycos: An Urban Cadence of Power and Precarity 

    Hosek, Jennifer Ruth (2016-12-31)
    Ovarian Psycos is about a new generation of fierce, unapologetic and feminist women of color from the Eastside of Los Angeles who confront injustice, build community, and redefine identity through a raucous, irreverently ...