VSCO Voices is a six month grant program run by VSCO and Access Ventures. The program supports creators who use art as their vehicle to empower marginalized communities in the United States. Gain a Support System — Receive $20,000 in funding and the mentorship you need to carry
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Food blog “Dining with Skyler” is seeking an intern this spring to help with photography and video production for her online channels. Perfect for students interested in social media, food and production. http://www.diningwithskyler.com/ Resumes and cover letters can be sent to: Jobs@diningwithskyler.com
INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY AT CINEMA TROPICAL Cinema Tropical, a non-profit organization dedicated to the programming, promotion and distribution of Latin American cinema in the United States, is seeking a candidate to our Spring internship program at our office in downtown Manhattan. Founded in 2001 with the mission of distributing, programming and
Monday, January 29, 7:15pm Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Avenue (at 2nd Street), New York City (212) 505-5181 / www.anthologyfilmarchives.org Presented as part of If You Can Screen It There: Premiering Contemporary Latin American Cinema co-presented by Anthology Film Archives and Cinema Tropical. Programmed by Matías Piñeiro and Carlos A. Gutiérrez.
Stony Brook University’s Department of Cultural Studies & Comparative Literature is excited to announce that their Annual Graduate Conference will be held in partnership with Minorities and Philosophy at The New School for Social Research. Their topic is: “The Social Responsibility of Intellectuals: Limitations &
Get your tickets and support your peers at The Pit. Get your tickets for the Thursday Jan 25th show here
Facebook Public Policy Externship Location: Washington, D.C. Duration: Full time; Summer 2018 Facebook is seeking highly organized, motivated, and detail‐oriented undergraduate and graduate students to join our Public Policy team in Washington, DC as full-time contracted externs. The Facebook DC office helps to inform users,
Faculty member Shannon Mattern was interviewed for this new BBC 4 documentary about Marshall McLuhan.
During the month of February Filmatique is partnering with Unifrance to present a diverse selection of works competing in the 8th annual My French Film Festival, presided over by Jury President Paolo Sorrentino. Exploring themes of isolation, loneliness and exile amid the experiences of immigrants and successful
The news of the nationwide competition was announced today at the Sundance Film Festival during Blackhouse’s panel “Killer Creativity: The New Breed.” Accepting submissions starting today, the competition gives aspiring, undiscovered filmmakers the opportunity to produce an original film. Mentored by a team of industry professionals, the
Projects: Motion Design A course assistant is needed for Diane Mitchell’s course, Projects: Motion Design Candidate must demonstrate strong After Effects and Photoshop skills (some Illustrator a plus), have video and audio experience, show interest in the field of motion design, and enjoy assisting students. Interested
The New York Times is looking for young writers. From the New York Times: “Let’s be honest. There aren’t a ton of college students and recent grads around the newsroom at The New York Times. That’s a problem! Your voices need to be heard if
Faculty member Shannon Mattern was invited to take part in a panel on “Critical Infrastructure Studies” at the Modern Language Association conference in New York on January 6. On January 26, she’ll be joining David Ramsey, founder of one of the largest private map collections, to
Assemble Media, a New York based production and finance company, is seeking interns for the Spring 2018 Semester. Interns will gain valuable experience with script coverage, project development, social media marketing, film financing, and film/television production. The office is truly collaborative and interns will get
Film-Makers’ Coop is announcing their fifth annual New Year New Work Program! These two screenings showcase the wide-ranging work of both new and long-term FMC members. Film-Makers’ Coop will be hosting their New Year New Work Art Show from 5-7pm on Saturday 1/27, before the first screening. The
The New School for Public Engagement: Media Studies CO:Lab Urban Tactics & Performance Spring 2018 NMDS 5593 / CRN 6835 Instructor: Prof. Nitin Sawhney, Ph.D. 6 East 16th Street, Room 611 Thursdays 4:00 – 6:45 pm How do we make sense of the urban through sensory and embodied experiences? How
Hello from the Newport Beach Film Festival! We are reaching out to student filmmakers across the country and encouraging them to use our discounted $20.00 student submission fee rate before our final call for entries deadline on January 26th, 2018. At the Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF),
SeriesFest has partnered with Parallel Entertainment and Elysium Bandini Studios to discover creative, fresh comedy writers. SeriesFest is an award-winning festival dedicated to showcasing the best and boldest in episodic storytelling from around the world. At a time when television entertainment is expanding and evolving
On Wednesday January 24th from 1pm-2:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering their first workshop of the spring semester: Time Management. This workshop will provide practical strategies to help students better plan and budget their time, avoid procrastination, and feel more in control of their work.
Our Media Studies Grad – Jamila Daniel, just received her first writing credit on a major, episodic television show, “Chicago Fire” on NBC-TV. She’s been out in LA for the last several years making an impact in network television as a woman of color, and
Georgetown University’s Communication, Culture & Technology graduate program is currently accepting submissions for the Spring 2018 issue of gnovis, our student-operated, peer-reviewed academic journal. About the Journal gnovis is devoted to interdisciplinary scholarship at the intersection of communication, culture, and technology. Published once each semester,
Decolonizing Water Spring 2018 theme, will be hosting the event entitled Decolonial Knowleges. In this event participants will have the chance to hear from Professor Jasbir K. Puar (Rutgers) and Professor Macarena Gómez-Barris (Pratt). This event will take place on Thursday, January 25 from 5PM to 6:30PM at the Alumni Reading
Join Student Health Services for a weekly support group, where participants are given the opportunity to share their experiences as women of color, in a safe and confidential space. Common topics include relationships, oppression, what it’s like to be in the bodies of women of
Andrea Avidad, a Grad Student enrolled in the MA Media Studies program, is currently writing her thesis under the supervision of Lana Lin. She’s has been selected to present her thesis at the Western University in Canada. The conference is titled ‘INWARD OUTWARD: (DE)CONSTRUCTING EXPERIENCES
The Lien Centre for Social Innovation is looking for social innovation media interns for our 8-10 week Summer Associate Program. We have two positions available: Editorial Associate, for students interested in contributing to Social Space, our biannual magazine. The application can be found here. Video Production Associate, for students interested in
Get Tickets to The Katra Film Series’ 6th Annual Grand Finale and Submit to their 2018 Film Festival
Katra Film Series proudly returns to the iconic Alamo Drafthouse Theater in Downtown Brooklyn for its 6th Annual Grand Finale on Tuesday, February 6, 2018. Featuring works fresh from a festival run at Sundance, Tribeca, Palm Springs and Cannes Film Festival and dealing with such wide-ranging
Videographer needed to shoot a wedding. When: May 25, 2018 Where: Brooklyn, NY Contact Jhanay Harris at firstname.lastname@example.org or (914)391-1061 Compensation provided.
Derrick Adams: Sanctuary opens January 25! Don’t miss this much-anticipated solo exhibition, which consists of a new body of work by Adams inspired by The Negro Motorist Green Book (1936-66), an annual guidebook that helped black road-trippers avoid the dangers, injustices, and racial violence of segregation. The exhibition
The Skyscraper Museum is a young institution in New York City devoted to the study of high-rise building and city history. The Museum seeks a part-time Project Intern to assist with the implementation of daily operations and long-term projects. Duties include: ● Group tours for