UVA students enjoyed a rare opportunity to talk with the acclaimed filmmaker, learning more about his life, his approach to filmmaking and art and his advice to aspiring artists. Herzog appeared in conjunction with the Virginia Film Festival.
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November 03, 2016
The opening film, “Loving” was shot entirely in Virginia and is already earning Oscar buzz. Firth, one of the film’s producers, joined McAuliffe and director Jeff Nichols in introducing the film Thursday night.
November 02, 2016
Shirley MacLaine, Werner Herzog, Liv Ullmann, Colin Firth and Danny McBride are among the many acclaimed actors, writers and filmmakers descending on Charlottesville during this weekend’s festival, presented by the University.
October 27, 2016
UVA’s Fall Job and Internship Fair brought hundreds of employers to Grounds this week, ranging from small tech startups to massive, multinational companies.
October 26, 2016
Alumna Zena Howard led the design team behind the museum’s distinctive building. Classmate Michael Russell’s construction firm brought those designs to life, and other Wahoos pitched in on everything from fundraising to exhibit design.
October 24, 2016
Johnston, the new director of the School of Architecture’s Historic Preservation Program, says that heritage matters to architecture and design practice.
October 20, 2016
Alumnus Chaitenya Razdan’s company is designing innovative “healthwear” to create better experiences for patients facing chronic illnesses. The products have already earned raves and piqued the interest of the fashion industry.
October 19, 2016
Seth Hooper had already consulted with French officials as his startup, Respit Solutions, works on a better refugee shelter system. This week, they asked him to return as the Calais camp closes and 1,000 unaccompanied minors must find new shelter.
October 16, 2016
The global operations of the PwC Network spans 157 territories. Carol Sawdye, as global chief operating officer of the network, is closely monitoring the global impact of the U.K.’s decision.
October 12, 2016
Faculty, staff and students are 3-D printing replicas of ancient Greek pottery to create models that are accurate down to the last millimeter and can be freely studied and handled without putting centuries-old art at risk.