The Rehoboth Beach Film Society is currently accepting submissions of short films for the 2017 Morris and Roslyn Fierberg Student Film Award competition. Details are available on the Rehoboth Beach Film Society’s website. See below for submission guidelines.
ResistX, a non-profit that facilitates awareness of upcoming political demonstrations via texts and emails, is seeking a Communitions Coordinator intern. See below for details.
Conference 2017 Mediated Populisms The Neil Postman Conference | New York University | October 6, 2017 Keynote: Zeynep Tufekci CFP Deadline: Monday, May 15, 2017 Submit an abstract. At 3:30 a.m. on November 9, just after the 2016 U.S. election results were announced, The New York Times published an article
You are invited to attend the premiere film festival in New York dedicated to short form cinema the 6th New York Shorts International Film Festival May 30 – June 1 at the Sunshine Cinema! For the complete NY Shorts program and schedule visit www.NYshortsFest.com The festival is offering New School students a
2016 Media Studies MA alumna Pamela French’s documentary BECOMING MORE VISIBLE is screening as part of #Newsfest present at The Center – 208 West 13th St. May 17th at 7pm. There will be a panel discussion immediately following – meet the subjects and experts! https://gaycenter.org/becomingmorevisible
A Kid Like Jake is a low budget feature to be shot this summer in Brooklyn starting June 19th, 2017. The production team is looking for interns to start immediately who need college credit to help in the office, art and costume departments. Please contact Julie Buck
The news website and journalism training project based the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School, Feet in 2 Worlds, publishes stories by and about immigrant communities in the U.S. Fi2W would like to highlight some work from New School students at the end of semester. Did you produce a
Making Queer Documentary May 19 – 21 https://uniondocs.org/event/2017-05-19-making-queer-documentary/ Use code wewantsocialimpact to get a discount on the workshop. This intensive three-day workshop will explore all aspects of creating documentary for social impact with an LGBTQ lens. Guests will lead workshop participants through the content creation and
The news website and journalism training project based the Center for New York City Affairs at The New School, Feet in 2 Worlds, publishes stories by and about immigrant communities in the U.S. Call for Stories The news website and journalism training project based the Center for New York
Creative Tech Week: The Conference Saturday, May 20, 2017 9:00AM Doors; 10:00AM Start; 6:30PM End Sunday, May 21, 2017 10:00AM Doors; 11:00AM Start; 5:30PM End Two Roboticists from Google X. The Head of VR and Game Design at IBM Research. The Creative Director of Virtual
The peer-reviewed open access journal Le foucaldien, to be published by the Open Library of Humanities (OLH) from summer 2017, is hiring an assistant editor mainly responsible for English and French proofreading and social media communication. We offer a unique chance to assist launching and establishing Le foucaldien, which
The FINAL Deadline for screenplay, teleplay, and scripted digital series submissions is this Monday, May 15! Students can save $10 off screenplay entries by submitting directly through www.austinfilmfestival.com and using the promo code STUDENT17. After submitting, students must email email@example.com provide proof of current school enrollment. Click here to download the full list of student
Limited number of Reducetarian Summit tickets available to New School students for FREE! On May 20th and 21st at New York University, the Reducetarian Foundation is hosting the Reducetarian Summit, a conference that will explore how to reduce societal meat consumption with the aim of
Projects showcase of Designing Engaged Learning studio. Co-taught with Pauline Gourlet, a visiting researcher completing her doctoral work in France and SMS Professor Nitin Sawhney. It’ll be an informal pop-up exhibit of emerging projects by students in Media Studies, Milano and Parsons on Thursday4pm-6pm on the 6th
John Cannon is a former Film Production Certificate student and is seeking a sound person with their own equipment for a short film shoot. Details below: Project: Short Duration: 1 Day (Saturday 5/27) Paid: Yes Union:Sag Short (Pending) Meals, Imdb credits included. Contact Info John Nthecanproductions@gmail.com
Documentary Film Festival TRUTH BE TOLD 2017 May 23, 24, 25 at 7pm The Auditorium 66 W. 12th. St 14 Original short films from the 2017 Documentary Studies program. Over three evenings, short documentaries made by students in the Documentary Media Studies graduate certificate program are
The Bike to Work Challenge is a month-long competition to find New York City’s “Bikingest Workplace.” So put your mettle to the pedal and invite your co-workers to commute to work by bike as many times as they can between May 1-31. SIGN-UP HERE! The University has a secure bike room in the University Center
New School Faculty are cordially invited to an Integrative PhD Collaborative Seminar information session on May 16th. The Mellon funded Integrative PhD Program supports cross-divisional graduate research seminars taught by pairs of faculty from NSSR, Parsons, and SPE. If you have missed the “Get-Together” on February
There is only one week left to submit to the 2nd Annual NYTVF Scripts Competition! Any interested students, staff and community members can submit by Tuesday, May 16 for the opportunity to have their script read and considered by the largest group of industry partners on the
Seeking intern to work on a feature-length independent documentary film titled ASK THE SEXPERT. The film profiles a 92-year-old sex advice columnist who gains popularity against the backdrop of a ban on comprehensive sex-education in schools in several states in India. ASK THE SEXPERT premiered
The Student and Campus Life team in Student Success will host the first-ever Grad Week, from Friday, May 12, through Wednesday May 16, 2017. To celebrate your graduation from The New School, we have planned a series of fun events, including a tour of the
Video Production Internship at Didge Project Didge Project is seeking a video production intern to assist in creating shareable online content. Intern will learn filming and editing skills and expand his or her portfolio. Company profile: Didge Project is a world music education blog, youtube channel,
There’s an 8-week program at the NY Media Center called Creative >> Founder Lab. The Creative >> Founder Lab is a terrific opportunity for creatives who want to start a company involving media/tech. The program will help you define your vision and strategy, share and test your idea
You are invited to this week’s New School Graduation parties: Tuesday, May 9 at 6:00 pm in the Orozco Room: Global Studies Graduation Party Thursday, May 11 at 3:00 pm in the UC Faculty Lounge (700): Urban Studies Graduation Party
Smart Risks: How Small Grants are Helping to Solve Some of the World’s Biggest Problems by Jennifer Lentfer and Tanya Cothran is a compilation of 30 essays that explore how responsive grantmaking, focused on grassroots wisdom and close connections, can make a lasting impact in the Global South. This book
Every finals week, the Office of Student Development and Activities hosts Seek Relief Week. Participants can enjoy trail mix stations, chair massages, cookies and milk, and much more at campus buildings from May 8–May 12.
Join Career Development for their Graduating Students Series: Job Search, Social Media, and Interviewing Skills on Tuesday, May 16th.
Hello! New York-based feature documentary Street Heroines – a film about the courage and creativity of female graffiti and street artists across the Americas – is currently in post-production and seeking an Assistant Editor for a 3 month unpaid internship that will run through the
11th Annual Critiquing Culture Conference hosted by George Mason University’s Cultural Studies department with your students and professional network. This year they are giving special focus to the topic of social movements and resistance, in addition to continuing themes of Political Economy, Mass & Popular Culture,