Saturday, October 18, 2014

Oct 18, 2014: From Golden Gate Express: LGBTQ Short Films Honor the Strength in Coming Out

Johnny Symons, Assistant Professor and Documentary Coordinator in the Cinema Department at SFSU, hosts a panel discussion with Martha Milton Stookey, Mario Galarreta, Scott Boswell, Patricia Ovando and Kingston Faraday, actors and directors from the films screened in Queer Shorts at SF State on Thursday, Oct. 9, 2014. 

For the full article, click here.

Monday, September 8, 2014

Sept 8, 2014: Preview Screening of "The Day I Grew Up"

Scott Boswell's new short film, "The Day I Grew Up," will receive a special public preview screening at San Francisco State University.  The Cinema Department, where Scott teaches, is curating a queer-themed shorts program of short work by faculty and students. The screening is free and open to the public:
Sneak Preview Screening
Thursday, October 9, 2014
San Francisco State University
Fine Arts 101 (Coppola Theatre)
5 - 7 PM (reception to follow)

For more information about the film, link here.

Monday, September 1, 2014

Sept 1, 2014: Scott Appointed Assistant Professor at San Francisco State University Cinema Dept

Contributed by Dean of the College of Liberal & Creative Arts, Daniel Bernardi:

"Please join me in congratulating Scott Boswell in his appointment as a tenure track Assistant Professor starting in Fall 2014. As many of you know, Scott has been a lecturer in Cinema for the last six years.
headshot of Scott BoswellIn what amounts to a kind of promotion, his appointment at the tenure track level is a testament to his incredible teaching and filmmaking skills. Scott is the director of the feature film The Stranger in Us, which premiered at Frameline, won awards at Chicago Reeling and Colorado Springs Film Festivals, and is currently in distribution internationally. His next feature film, All American Boy, tells the story of a Latino teen who discovers he's undocumented while struggling against a dysfunctional home life."