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Bond Street Studio Offering Student Discounts

Bond Street Studio, located in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, is a film and video rental studio, catering to both professional and student filmmakers and photographers alike, and also offers discounts to students. Contact for booking info. More info after the jump!

Editor Needed for Documentary Project

Filmmaker Partha Bhattacharya is looking for an individual to edit footage he’s filmed for a documentary entitled “Tagore-the Poet of Eternity,” which was inspired by the UN/UNESCO declaration made in 2009 that the sesquicentennial birth anniversary of world poet Rabindranath Tagore in May 2011 would

Screening: Our Homeland

CLOSING NIGHT PRESENTATION AT AAIFF’13 OUR HOMELAND (Kazoku no kuni)  August 3, 2013 | 7:00PM | Asia Society Dir. YANG Yonghi (梁英姬) | 2012 | 100min | Japanese and Korean with English Subtitles Sent decades ago as a child to North Korea under a repatriation program,

Internship: Post-Production Television Special

An NYC-based production company is working on a two hour network special and is currently looking for an intern to work with us in the post production phase. Main responsibilities will include organizing and managing all materials and elements needed (i.e. newspaper articles, photographs, research,

M.M. Serra Receives Acker Award

On June 6, M.M. Serra, part-time faculty member in the School of Media Studies here at The New School, was a recipient this year of the Kathy Acker Lifetime Achievement Award for excellence in Avant-Garde film.

Laura Poitras (MA 1998) – Player in Leaks Case

The New York Times published an article last month on Laura Poitras (MA 1998) who “emerged as a pivotal connection between the former government contractor Edward J. Snowden and writers for The Guardian and The Washington Post who published his leaked documents about government surveillance.” There are

Infrastructural Tourism

Shannon Mattern’s article on “Infrastructural Tourism” – pedagogical and artistic  projects for visiting, sensing, and critically engaging with infrastructure, from the interstate to the Internet – was just published in Places journal. Read more at Words in Space.

Job Opportunity: Editor

Satirical news show is looking for an Iranian editor who is proficient in Farsi and knows Final Cut 10. Wednesdays, Thursdays and Friday mornings for the next 20 weeks. Rate is negotiable. Studios are in Brooklyn, NY. For more information, please contact Taleen at