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Inez Hedges

Professor of French, German and Cinema Studies



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3Qs: For “The Artist,” will silence be golden?

The Artist” may be a silent film, but it has quickly become a pop­ular topic of con­ver­sa­tion in both Hol­ly­wood and film cir­cles around the country. The movie, which pays homage to silent films of the 1920s, recently won a Golden Globe Award for Best Pic­ture, and was nom­i­nated ear­lier this week for an Academy Award in the same cat­e­gory. We asked Inez Hedges, director of Northeastern’s Cinema Studies pro­gram in the Col­lege of Arts, Media and Design, to examine the film’s impact on the movie industry, and what stu­dents could learn from it.

Inez Hedges

Favorite 5: Film buffs rejoice

Inez Hedges, director of Northeastern’s cinema studies pro­gram, has put together this col­lec­tion of her top film resources.


Developing the story through self reflection

In screen­writing work­shop led by acclaimed writer and director Noah Stern, stu­dents learn to create by under­standing their own dreams and limitations

Photo credit/Robert Humphreys

Selected Publications

For a complete list of faculty citations, please visit iRis, Northeastern’s digital archive.


Framing Faust: Twentieth Century Cultural Struggles

Southern Illinois University Press, 2005.

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