Film professor Kim Nelson is heading a team researching how to sustain community interest in the Windsor International Film Festival year-round.
A project by film professor Kim Nelson will explore the Arab food culture in Windsor-Detroit.
Contest offers cash for defending the value of the humanities.
Street names are among the vestiges of Wyandot history in the Windsor-Detroit area.
UWindsor student filmmakers are featured in “Windsor Shorts,” premiering this weekend on CBC Television.
The SoCA Armouries will host a public workshop Saturday on creating short, community-focused films that can be shared easily through social media.
Humanities Week promises events every day, March 25 to 29.
A team of UWindsor filmmakers have created a historical documentary that will air Sunday, Jan. 27, on CBC Television.
A screening of the documentary “This is what a feminist sounds like” Wednesday will recall social activist Pat Noonan.