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Alice Reiter

Alice Reiter is a graduate student in the Film Studies department at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. She holds a BFA in Film Production from Concordia, where she engaged in research creation in the form of ephemeral art, environmental art, and experimental video. She has exhibited her video work in various galleries around Montreal. Her current research in the MA program centres on representations of built and natural environments in Palestinian film and video.

Concordia Fine Arts Development Fund, 2020

Fonds de Recherche du Québec - Société et Culture (FRQSC)

Supervisor: Masha Salazkina

Thesis Title: Land, infrastructure, resistance: Environmental representations in Palestinian cinema

Research Interests:

Palestinian cinema
National film cultures
Arab cinema
Environmental art
Experimental film
Geography, urban planning & architecture


FMST 201: Film History I 

FMST 220: Film Analysis 

FMST 223: Montage Aesthetic

FMST 335: Aspects of National Cinemas: Arab Cinemas



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