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Monthly Archives: March 2018

2 Funded PhD Positions @ University College Dublin

The Information and Communications Studies department at the University College Dublin has two funded PhD positions open. Summary: 4 years, Eu fees + bursary, students will be expected to support teaching or research management More information can be found here: Deadline: May 1, 2018 (later

Volunteer Opportunity: Earth Celebrations’ ECOLOGICAL CITY – Creative Climate Action

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Wear spectacular costumes, direct giant puppets, marshal parade and many other tasks for CREATIVE CLIMATE ACTION – PROCESSION – LOWER EAST SIDE NYC Earth Celebrations’ ECOLOGICAL CITY is a cultural and environmental action project culminating in a 6 hour procession on Saturday May 12 from noon-6pm, connecting local initiatives to city

Good Friday Discount in FilmFreeway

To commemorate the Good Friday and to welcome the good wishes for the future, FilmFreeway would like to give you a special gift of 25% discount for your submission, valid until Saturday (March 31, 2018)! These are the participating Festivals: 1. World Film Awards (WFA) World Film Awards greet independent

Women + Media Career Summit

The Center for Communication is hosting its Second Annual Women + Media Career Summit, a full-day forum highlighting opportunities in areas of the business where women are traditionally under-represented.  Hear top executives, entrepreneurs, producers and directors describe their career journeys and secrets to success. This year’s

“What’s Your Story?” Video Contest

2018 Trend Micro “What’s Your Story?” Video Contest Trend Micro’s annual short film contest about media literacy is here and the deadline to enter is fast approaching. Submit your film for a chance to win $10,000! What’s it all about? Trend Micro “What’s Your Story?” is a

Archipelagos and Aquapelagos: Conceptualizing Islands and Marine Spaces.March 30 & 31 @ Pratt Institute

Pratt Institute invites students for “Archipelagos and Aquapelagos: Conceptualizing Islands and Marine Spaces”, a two-day conference that will be take place on Friday, March 30 and Saturday March 31 starting at 10AM in the Alumni Reading Room of the Pratt Institute Library. Conference Theme Description: Archipelagos and small island nations matter. To

Volunteer Photographers/Videographers Needed – ECOLOGICAL CITY: A Climate Solutions Procession

PHOTOGRAPHERS/VIDEOGRAPHERS NEEDED to document Earth Celebrations’ ECOLOGICAL CITY- A Climate Solutions Procession on Saturday May 12th. ECOLOGICAL CITY is a cultural and environmental action project engaging community to celebrate and  bring together climate resiliency and ecological sustainability initiatives within the gardens, neighborhood and waterfront on the Lower East

Crew Needed for Film

Luis Lendeborg is seeking a DP/Camera Operator and Boom Operator for an independent feature story. Synopsis: a man returns to NYC after years of living in the Dominican Republic.  He experiences a tragedy and resorts to a life of crime and “mentoring” a family member

Kubrick + Candela At The Museum of the City of New York

Through a Different Lens: Stanley Kubrick Photographs  May 3–October 2018 The exhibition will feature more than 120 photographs by Stanley Kubrick from the Museum’s Look magazine archive, an unparalleled collection from his five years as a staff photographer. For any fan of Kubrick’s films, these images prefigure the cinematic

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern in the news

Faculty Member Shannon Mattern joined Kate Eichhorn, Miriam Posner, Craig Robertson, Jonathan Sterne, and Haidee Wasson in a workshop on the “History of Information” at the 2018 Society for Cinema and Media Studies conference in Toronto. She then visited MIT to take part in an invitational

Media & Marketing Internship with C&C

Position: We are seeking a HIGHLY motivated and results-driven digital marketing intern with strong communication skills who will thrive in a fast-paced environment. This is an excellent opportunity for an individual who wants to work as part of a skilled team to gain valuable experience.

Faculty Member Mario Paoli Performing At NYU Waverly Labs

“ab uno pluribus” – from one to many – (Phase II) March 2018 session NOW IN THE 5th YEAR! On Saturday, 3/24/2018 at 8pm, in #collaboration with NYU Waverly Labs for Music and Computing, we will present #experimental #electro–#acoustic#live #music in 8.1 channel #surround #sound and #dance/#movement by: – L’ARTISTE ORDINAIRE [gated benjolin & trombone] – ENRIQUE