NYTimes.com is seeking a highly motivated, reliable and collaborative individual with social media expertise and a fanatical passion for The New York Times brand and digital media. You will be tasked with helping the Social Media Marketing Manager raise awareness and drive engagement of the New York Times through
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 firstname.lastname@example.org for booking info. More info after the jump!
Crutches 4 Kids is a non-profit organization located in New York that is dedicated to providing crutches to children in need around the world. We would like to tell our story and communicate the importance of crutches for children with disabilities through a fun and
The Feet in 2 Worlds journalism course will again be offered this fall to Media Studies and GPIA students. Introduced last winter, the course uses New York City’s large and diverse immigrant communities as places to develop and practice a variety of journalism skills including
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
New School instructor Matthew Melucci is looking for graduate film students or recent film grads who are interested in directing and helping to produce several short-form and long-form digital videos for a multi-media web project concerning learning disabilities. Experience with animation and narrative style videography
The independent feature film “The Heart Machine” is looking for enthusiastic office interns to work during the pre-production stage, starting July 29th. The movie is the first feature of writer/director Zach Wigon and is produced by Lucas Joaquin (Keep the Lights On, Beast of the Southern
Stephen David Entertainment is looking for interns for the upcoming fall semester. They sent us the following Call for Interns: “A little bit about us… Stephen David Entertainment is an award-winning, end-to-end television production and development company based out of New York City, with its
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,
Fall 2013 Course Assistant Call
The 2013 Element Film Festival is now accepting submissions! Each year, Element showcases the work of emerging student filmmakers from across the world in the genres of science and natural history. Their mission is to promote new and innovative ways of communicating environmental issues, wildlife
The Ashbery Digital Mapping Project (ASHLAB) will be taught this semester by Irwin Chen, Adam Fitzgerald, and Tom Healy. This semester’s seminar is part of an ongoing sequence of classes that involves a digital mapping of John Ashbery’s Hudson, NY house via his work –
Two new courses have been added to the Fall 2013 schedule. Students are encouraged to read the descriptions in the course guide and register if interested: Designing Digital Memorials – (6:00 – 8:45pm Mondays, CRN 8437); Instructor: Dale MacDonald Discourse Analysis (Online Course; CRNs 4435 and
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,
Overview: iCrossing is looking for a motivated individual to join our New York Digital Media team as an Assistant Media Planner. The Assistant Media Planner builds on the skills of the Display Media Coordinator and continues to perform those duties as necessary. The position
CollegeHumor is looking for interns for both production and post-production. Read on for details about the positions and how to apply.
The Jesse Thompkins III Foundation for Young People in the Arts is now accepting applications from screenwriter/directors, Ages 18-34. The Jesse Thompkins III Foundation for Young People in the Arts Awards unrestricted grants to screenwriter/directors ages 18-34, who are US citizens, residing in New York
Trickhouse current has up a sound-based exhibit curated by Joan Schuman who is an online only instructor in the Media Studies program. This exhibit features work by Kevin Allen, Tessie Word, and Maile Colbert. Joan Schuman writes of her experience curating the exhibit, With an
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.
Theme: Innovative Learning-Scapes: e-Scapes, play-Scapes & more Conference Information: • Proposal Deadline: July 26, 2013 • Conference Dates: May 31 to June 02, 2014 (Sat-Mon) • Venue: Anchorage, Alaska The International Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association (HETL) invites you to attend the 2014 International
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
New School Media Studies alum Carolina Cruz Santiago (class of 2007) has been working with filmmaker Deborah Koons Garcia (Future of Food) on her new film, Symphony of the Soil. The NYC premiere will be held at the IFC Center in New York City on Thursday,
Convention Center Operating Corporation Jacob K. Javits Convention Center Job Title: Multimedia Designer Department: Web Media Solutions Applicants must fax (212 216-4484), e-mail email@example.com or mail their resume to the Human Resources, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, 655 West 34th Street, New York, NY
Deadline: July 15th, 2013 The Los Angeles Screenplay Competition is proud to announce the 2013 season to find screenplays that can be produced and to identify screenwriting talent that can be developed into writers for today’s filmmaking industry. SUBMIT YOUR SCREENPLAY: Go to www.lascreenplay.com Select “Application”
Huffington Post has published a review of Nitin Sawhney’s documentary film Flying Paper, which closed the 2013 Interaction Design and Children Conference held at the end of June here at The New School.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org