March 29, 2019
NORTH ADAMS, MASS.—Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) announces that Rich Remsberg, Emmy Award-winning film archivist and one of the nation’s top researchers for TV, documentaries, and museum exhibits, will present clips of his work and host a corresponding discussion at 6:30 p.m. on April 2 in Murdock Hall Room 218.
The event, “From Archive to Screen with Rich Remsberg,” is part of the Global Film Series and co-sponsored by MCLA’s English/Communications, History, Political Science and Public Policy, and Interdisciplinary Studies departments. It is free and open to the public. Remsberg will show and discuss clips from his body of work and speak about the process of archival film research.
Remsberg lives locally in North Adams and has more than 100 production credits to his name. Most recently, he worked on Marshall Curry's short documentary A Night at the Garden, which was nominated for a 2019 Academy Award, and the Netflix documentary Bobby Kennedy for President. Remsberg will speak to a wide range of topics from his research, likely including biological warfare, sexual harassment, dead politicians, Nazis, Elvis, and submarines. To view his work, visit atlasfilms.org.
Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts (MCLA) is the Commonwealth's public liberal arts college and a campus of the Massachusetts state university system. MCLA promotes excellence in learning and teaching, innovative scholarship, intellectual creativity, public service, applied knowledge, and active and responsible citizenship. MCLA graduates are prepared to be practical problem solvers and engaged, resilient global citizens.
For more information, go to www.mcla.edu.