Student profile

Brianna Setaro

Brianna Setaro is a graduate student in Film Studies at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema. She received her BFA in Film Studies from Concordia University. Alongside her studies, she has spent the last couple of years working on a collection of personal found footage diaries and has collaborated on several short films as leading art director. She is particularly interested in looking at the way in which found footage and ethnographic films can be reframed and reconstructed through digital media technologies to create new, alternative narratives.

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The Peter N. Thomson Family Graduate Scholarship

Supervisor: TBA

Thesis Title: TBA

Research Interests:

  • found footage
  • digital ethnography
  • experimental film & video
  • affect theory

Teaching/TAships:

FMST 201: Film History I

Email: briannasetaro@hotmail.com

Website: www.briannasetaro.com

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