ACE-Lab Screening Events

The ACE Lab Screening series shows a film approximately every two-three weeks during the Fall, Winter and Spring academic quarters to show three to four movies per quarter.

Each screening is a unique educational event, with introductions, commentary and Q&A lead by Digital Media faculty and, in many cases, an integral member of the film’s production team.

Lastest Screening

Past Screenings

Men In Black Screening with John Berton

ACE Lab Presents a screening of Men In Black (1997) presented by professor John Berton who worked on the film as a Digital Effects Supervisor at Industrial Light and Magic. Join us Thursday, April 2nd @ 7PM in the screening room! URBN...

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Starship Troopers Screening

Starship Troopers (1997) presented by ACE-Lab faculty member Jeremy Fernsler on Thursday, February 5 at 7pm in the URBN 239 Screening room.

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The Wizard of Oz Screening

ACE Lab Presents   The Wizard of Oz (1939)   John Berton will present this historic classic on Thursday evening, 22 January 2105 at 7pm in URBN 239.    One of the first feature films to be photographed in color, The Wizard of Oz has become not only a classic of...

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iRobot Screening

The ACE Lab will present the 2006 Movie I, Robot on Thursday evening, 4 December 2014 at 7pm in URBN 239. The movie will be introduced by Assistant Professor John Berton who served as Digital Visual Effects Supervisor for the movie during photography in Vancouver,...

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The Road Screening & Discussion

The Road, a film about a post apocalyptic journey, will be shown Thursday 6, 2014 at 7pm in room 239. Professor Jeremy Fernsler, a VFX artist on the film, will give a short intro and presentation at the beginning and be happy to answer any questions...

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Citizen Kane Screening & Discussion April 25

Friday, April 25, students and faculty are invited and encouraged to attend a screening discussion of “Citizen Kane” (1941) offered by Jeremy Fernsler, presented by the Westphal Animation, Capture and Effects Lab (ACE-Lab). Citizen Kane was revolutionary...

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The Mummy Screening & Discussion

Students and faculty are invited and encouraged to attend a screening discussion of “The Mummy” (1999) offered by John Berton Jr., presented by the Westphal Animation, Capture and Effects Lab (ACE-Lab).

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