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Monthly Archives: July 2019

Highlight: Fall 2019 Classes – Still Room to Enroll

The following courses are still available for students to enroll for the Fall 2019 semester:   Media Management: Online: Programmatic Media & Marketing Online: Media Dealmaking Online: Big Data and the Media   Media Studies: On Campus: Projects: Digital Video Editing On Campus: Projects: Advocacy Video (Pre Req: Media Practices Dig

Red Dog Productions’s 2019 Reel

Check out Red Dog Productions’s 2019 Reel! Red Dog Productions is a creative agency, launched in 2013, as a platform for generating original content at The New School.  Since its inception, RED Dog provides a wide scope of turnkey video solutions, bolstered by the School

Women Make Movies Hiring Fall 2019 Interns

Women Make Movies is a NYC based non-profit feminist media organization that supports women filmmakers though distribution and Production Assistance. They work with thousands of educational, cultural and community-based organizations providing them with independent films by and about women. They are currently looking for Fall interns to

Good as New Staff Collection Day 7/31

As some of you may know, the Tishman Center does a program called Good as New where we collect items from students that they no longer need  at the end of the academic and re-distribute them at the beginning of the next academic year.  Good

Access Theater Internship Opportunity

Access Theater, located in the heart of Tribeca, is looking for motivated and ambitious interns to work on a variety of projects. Interns can apply as either theater interns or film interns. Theater interns will assist Access Theater’s artistic director, Will Detlefsen, in the administrative

DCTV Seeking Applicants for Fall Internship Program

DCTV is currently accepting applications for our Fall Internship Program. We invite students to apply for a 12-15 week position to start in mid-September. There are two departments looking for competitive candidates interested in video technician, communications, media education, or arts/non-profit administration career tracks. The

Job Opportunity: SMS Student Assistant Specialist

STUDENT ASSISTANT SPECIALIST JOB DESCRIPTION (16-18 hrs/week) Graduate Certificate in Documentary Studies seeks a Student Assistant Specialist who will support the program activities including film screenings, preparing and distributing promo and instructional materials, and the use of technical resources. Resources include online (websites, web-based platforms,

SMS Research Assistant Position Available

STUDENT RESEARCH ASSISTANT (8 hrs/week) Research assistant needed for a community-based media project. The position entails assisting principal faculty to research, organize, backup, log, edit and catalog the materials for the project. Primary tasks involve working with large sets of photographs, video, and audio recordings.

Job Opportunity: SMS Graphic Designer

SMS Graphic Designer The School of Media Studies is looking for an experienced, reliable and talented Student Graphic Designer to assist with the creation of both print and web-based materials. The candidate will need to be familiar with the School of Media Studies to design

Lauren Belfer, Doc Studies ’10 was Interviewed by ESPNW for Doc, Wrestle

New School Alumna, Lauren Belfer Doc Studies ‘10, was interviewed by ESPNW for her first feature-length documentary, Wrestle. There, they discussed the film’s production process along with privilege and race relations in both the film and within sports. To read the article: http://www.espn.com/espnw/culture/article/26480085/not-everyone-mat-level-wrestle-documentary-examines-race-privilege-high-school-sports

Who is Media Studies Advising?

This post is part of the SMS Advising Series for New Students. All posts are designed and curated to make the lives of newly admitted students much easier. From academic resources to having a social life in NYC, we want to make sure that our

July on Filmatique: Ecologies

  July on Filmatique: Ecologies Filmatique’s Ecologies series continues with Ixcanul, Jayro Bustamante’s stunning portrayal of female indigeneity that immerses the spectator in the rhythms of a disappearing world, amidst ever-present threats of geological rupture and encroaching modernity. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.

“Rojo” Screening, July 12 @ Film at Lincoln Center

ROJO Benjamín Naishtat, Argentina/Belgium/Brazil/Germany/France/Switzerland, 2018, 109 min. In Spanish with English subtitles  THEATRICAL RELEASE!  When: Opens Friday, July 12 Where: Film at Lincoln Center and the Quad Cinema, New York Tickets: Film at Lincoln Center: https://www.filmlinc.org/films/rojo/ Quad Cinema: https://quadcinema.com/film/rojo/ Facebook Event;  Set in Argentina during the Dirty War, on the

Aurore Seeking Intern for Fall Semester

Social Media Intern Fall Semester Remote work okay, periodic meetings required virtual/in-person Stipend “If you are sex-positive and political, we want you. We are looking for a social media planner/manager to create content calendars and research for educational posts for @readaurore, a site for real

The Death of the Master Screening, July 11 @ 7:15 pm

THE DEATH OF THE MASTER A film by José María Avilés La muerte del maestro, Ecuador/Argentina, 2018, 62 min. In Spanish with English subtitles U.S. Premiere! Co-presented by Kinoscope and the Ecuadorian Film Festival New York (EFFNY) “On April 16, 2016, a severe earthquake hit coastal Ecuador. José María