Friday Night Films is a new series from BPCA inviting movie lovers to screen and discuss classic and modern day cinema. Popcorn will be served, and a discussion will follow the screenings. All FREE! Film Noir is a style of American crime film originating in the 1940’s. Often made
Congratulations to CAROL WILDER, Professor Emeritus, as she retires from The New School at the end of the Fall 2019 semester. From 1995-2007, Carol was Chair and Associate Dean of the Department of Media Studies and Film and from 2015-17, she served as the Dean of
Documentary Studies Alum ’10, LAUREN BELFER’s documentary Wrestle was selected as the National Board of Review‘s top five documentary in 2019. Wrestle tells the story of four Alabama teenagers fighting against insurmountable odds in one historic wrestling season.
SMS Faculty Member Kathleen Rugh’s Film “Winter’s First Moon” Screened at Engauge Experimental Film Festival
KATHLEEN RUGH’S latest film “Winter’s First Moons” recently screened at the Engauge Experimental Film Festival in Seattle. Following the winter solstice, the longest nights of the year prevail. Through these darkest nights the moon reaches to its fullest. Filmed over numerous nights the moons of different
SMS Faculty Member Christiane Paul Featured in American Book Review Vol. 40, Interviewed in Documentary, and More
CHRISTIANE PAUL was featured in an issue of American Book Review Vol. 40, interviewed in a new documentary “Marcel Duchamp: Art of the Possible,” and will be moderating a panel at CODASummit 2019: Art, Technology + Place. She was also quoted in a recent New