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Monthly Archives: September 2018

Spring 2019 Entrepreneurship Courses

Spring 2019 Entrepreneurship Courses: Consider one of three entrepreneurial courses offered through Impact Entrepreneurship this spring: 1. Venture Lab Course – application required; due October 4 2. Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship – required course for Graduate Minor in Impact Entrepreneurship 3. Social Impact, Entrepreneurship and Design – elective course for Graduate Minor in

Filmatique Launches Online Film Festival

Filmatique is pleased to announce the creation of FLMTQ Talents, an online film festival that aims to discover and distribute works from daring new filmmakers around the globe. In its inaugural year, the curators of art-house distribution platform Filmatique will screen 10 selected features and 20 shorts

FIRST CALL: World Human Rights Awards

The waiting moment is over. Festival has finally reopen again in FilmFreeway. Filmmakers, take the advantage of the early bird fee. The Festival’s mission is to promote human rights issues, including the right to health, freedom, clean environment, happiness, zero discrimination, tolerance, and be free

Course Alert: English Language Studies

WHO: English Language Studies at The New School WHAT: Meeting Challenges, Exploring Solutions in the Adult ESOL Classroom is an annual one-day conference that provides English Language Teaching professionals with a space to learn from one another, share ideas, and network. WHEN: October 13, 2018 from 9am-4-pm WHERE: University Center, 63

Center for Communication: Where The Jobs Are: TV

Learn what it takes to land an exciting job in the TV industry. Executives from leading networks who make the hiring decisions reveal what skills and qualities standout when recruiting young talent in this highly competitive field. Join us at 6:30pm on Wednesday, October 3, at Kumble

Free Tickets to Mr. Soul! Screening on OCT. 6 at Miller Theatre

On Oct 6, 2018, from 5:20 pm – 7:30 pm, Reel Sisters is proud to announce a screening and conversation of Mr. Soul!, directed by Melissa Haizlip and Sam Pollard! Before Oprah – before Arsenio – there was Mr. SOUL!  Ellis Haizlip made television broadcast history with “Soul!,” America’s first “black Tonight Show.” Join Reel Sisters

Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative Hosts Panel Discussion, “Creating a More Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs”

On October 2, the Impact Entrepreneurship Initiative (IEI) is hosting a panel discussion titled “Creating an Inclusive Economy: Pathways for Impact Entrepreneurs.” While the benefits of diversity are well-documented, entrepreneurs from underrepresented backgrounds continue to face persistent barriers limiting their access to networks, funding, and

ULC Research Papers Workshop, Wednesday 9/26 at 12 PM

On Wednesday, September 26th from 12pm-2pm, the University Learning Center (in partnership with Libraries & Archives) will be offering the workshop Research Papers: Gathering Sources, Planning & Writing. They will be discussing strategies for locating, distinguishing and evaluating sources, as well as the best methods or organizing and writing

Flix Premiere Invites You to the Theatrical Release of “Bikini Moon” + Opportunity for Free Admission

You’re invited to an Exclusive Film Premiere in NYC! Flix Premiere – the world’s first online cinema – invites you to its first ever US Theatrical Premiere of the film Bikini Moon – a distinct New York based film, directed by the highly acclaimed and Oscar Nominated director Milcho Manchevski, starring Condola Rashad (from

Attend the 2018 Mobile Film Festival

The 2018 SMS Mobile Film Festival is open to all students and showcases the power, accessibility, and appeal of mobile filmmaking. Come see a showcase of student filmmakers as they set out to tell stories, document experiences, and express art through smart phones, tablets, and

SMS Faculty Member Savanna Washington Screens Her Film, “Playing Frisbee in North Korea,” on Tuesday, 9/25

Director Savanna Washington offers a sneak preview of Playing Frisbee in North Korea (2018) for a Korea Society audience. She appears after in conversation with Columbia Professor Charles Armstrong and the Society’s Stephen Noerper. This colorful documentary vividly depicts the challenges of North Korea and potential warming

A Conversation with Sisonke Msimang, Author of the New Memoir, “Always Another Country: A Memoir of Exile and Home,” and Sean Jacobs, Associate Professor of International Affairs at The New School

A Conversation with Sisonke Msimang, author of the new memoir, Always another country: A memoir of exile and home, and Sean Jacobs, associate professor of International Affairs at The New School The event will take place September 26, 2018 at 7-9:00 PM. Starr Foundation Hall, UL102

Job Opportunity at Smartly.io

Smartly.io, a fast growing adtech company in the Flatiron District (Smartly.io is a Facebook and Pinterest official marketing and creative partner, they have 650+ customers globally, 18 locations globally and 270+ employees), has an open position in their team. Click here to see the job description.  

This week in Cinema Tropical – September 17 — 24

This week, make sure not to miss the U.S premiere of Ricardo Silva and Omar Guzmán‘s William, the New Judo Master this Thursday, September 20 at Anthology Film Archives. Screening as part of Cinema Tropical’s series of contemporary Latin American cinema, the “fascinating film essay” follows famed Swedish-American singer William Clauson as he whiles away