Jemma Dash

Graduate Student | MA Cinema and Media Studies 

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(BA, Film Studies and Psychology, UBC)

Current studies: MA in Cinema and Media Studies 

Jemma is a second-year MA student in UBC’s Cinema and Media Studies program. Her SSHRC-funded thesis considers the form and function of contemporary film teasers in the age of social media. She is also Editor-in-Chief of UBC’s academic film journal, Cinephile.

Previously, Jemma completed her undergraduate degree at UBC with a double major in Film Studies and Psychology. While an undergraduate student at UBC, she ran a Student Directed Seminar (SDS) focusing on the ideological and social analysis of classic and contemporary Disney films. Under Dr. Christine Evan’s guidance, this class was the first SDS to be accredited by UBC’s Department of Theatre and Film.

Jemma currently works as a teaching assistant for Dr. Christine Evan’s introductory Film Studies class.


Jemma Dash

Graduate Student | MA Cinema and Media Studies 
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(BA, Film Studies and Psychology, UBC)

Current studies: MA in Cinema and Media Studies 

Jemma is a second-year MA student in UBC's Cinema and Media Studies program. Her SSHRC-funded thesis considers the form and function of contemporary film teasers in the age of social media. She is also Editor-in-Chief of UBC’s academic film journal, Cinephile.

Previously, Jemma completed her undergraduate degree at UBC with a double major in Film Studies and Psychology. While an undergraduate student at UBC, she ran a Student Directed Seminar (SDS) focusing on the ideological and social analysis of classic and contemporary Disney films. Under Dr. Christine Evan’s guidance, this class was the first SDS to be accredited by UBC’s Department of Theatre and Film.

Jemma currently works as a teaching assistant for Dr. Christine Evan’s introductory Film Studies class.

Jemma Dash

Graduate Student | MA Cinema and Media Studies 
email

(BA, Film Studies and Psychology, UBC)

Current studies: MA in Cinema and Media Studies 

Jemma is a second-year MA student in UBC's Cinema and Media Studies program. Her SSHRC-funded thesis considers the form and function of contemporary film teasers in the age of social media. She is also Editor-in-Chief of UBC’s academic film journal, Cinephile.

Previously, Jemma completed her undergraduate degree at UBC with a double major in Film Studies and Psychology. While an undergraduate student at UBC, she ran a Student Directed Seminar (SDS) focusing on the ideological and social analysis of classic and contemporary Disney films. Under Dr. Christine Evan’s guidance, this class was the first SDS to be accredited by UBC’s Department of Theatre and Film.

Jemma currently works as a teaching assistant for Dr. Christine Evan’s introductory Film Studies class.