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Monthly Archives: April 2020

NYC LGBTQ Organizations Respond to COVID-19

As you may know, last week, DISCLOSURE was supposed to premiere at the venerable Tribeca Film Festival. And, because we are all safely quarantined at home, the on-site festival was cancelled. So, in honor of Tribeca, our Executive Producer, Laverne Cox, hosted a virtual live DISCLOSURE CHAT on Monday,

The Public Presents: The Apple Family: Conversations on Zoom (4/29)

Featuring the return of the original Apple Family, performing from their homes including, Jon DeVries (Benjamin Apple), Stephen Kunken (Tim Andrews), Sally Murphy (Jane Apple Halls), Maryann Plunkett (Barbara Apple), Laila Robins (Marian Apple Platt), and Jay O. Sanders (Richard Apple).   For the past 10 years, The Public has been presenting Richard Nelson’s minimalist epic, The

Call for Papers: On Incarceration

Call for Papers: On Incarceration Deadline: May 25, 2020 Process: Journal of Multidisciplinary Undergraduate Scholarship invites submissions for issue 4.3, On Incarceration. Forms of incarceration including prisons, jails/gaols, detention centers, concentration camps, and gulags have long histories as forms of punishment, sources and sites of injustice

From GIDEST With Love #1: Alphonso Lingis

Covid-19 has forced us to indefinitely cancel GIDEST’s public activities. But we don’t want to lose touch with our community. Over the last six years, our seminars have provoked, inspired, and provided pleasure to many at The New School and beyond. To help us all

Webinar: Film Financing in Uncertain Times

On WEDNESDAY APRIL 29, 2020 Webinar: Film Financing in Uncertain Times “The global COVID pandemic has caused immense shifts across the film industry. With productions halted, film festivals postponed or canceled, and movie theaters closed for the foreseeable future, what does this mean for independent

What to Watch Online This Week, April 27 – May 4

The Cinema Tropical Collection is proud to announce its second slate of selections, featuring the North American digital release of three Brazilian films that had their U.S. premieres last December as part of the series ‘Veredas: A Generation of Brazilian Filmmakers,’ curated by Mary Jane Marcasiano and Fábio Andrade, presented

Affinity Recognition Cermonies

The Student Success team has put together a program of Affinity Recognition Ceremonies for students of color as well as LGBTQIAA+ students who would like to participate. A link to the Grad Week microsite is below, along with links to register for specific ceremonies Please

DOC NYC Announces Free Live Series “Friday Fix”

DOC NYC Friday Fix is a new weekly series covering documentary film, hosted by Thom Powers. DOC NYC Friday Fix is available for free worldwide. You can RSVP to watch by clicking here. During the livestream, viewers can contribute questions and comments. The show will be

What to Watch Online This Week on Cinema Tropical, April 20-27

This week there are several great films to stream: From Eduardo Coutinho‘s A Man Marked for Death / Twenty Years Later, named the best Brazilian documentary film of all time, to the Cuban 1967 picaresque comedy The Adventures of Juan Quin Quin by Julio García Espinosa, and the “inspirational, thought-provoking”

Respondents Needed for Brief Survey

NSSR student Lydia is in search for respondents for a survey conducted for a class. “My name is Lydia, and I am a Liberal Studies master’s student from NSSR. I am working with Professor Ghosh in a class assignment for Research Design and Data Collection.

Internship Opportunity for MS/MA students (Summer 2020)

VIRTUAL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM for Students in Media/Advertising/Marketing & PR. Curated by J. Walter Thompson  former Executive: Keni Thacker who is the founder of 100 Roses from Concrete – An organization of Men of Color in the Ad industry. The G.R.O.W.T.H.(Giving Real Opportunity With Talent & Heart) Initiative was created by 100 Roses

NYWIFT Talks Casting with Destiny Lilly, 4/17

NYWIFT Talks, a new weekly series to bring updated news and vital information about the impact of COVID-19 on the media and entertainment industry. Industry professionals will be in conversation discussing what you need to know about theatrical releases, digital advances, virtual tools, festival opportunities,

Student Award Update: Deadline Extension

The Tishman Center hopes you are safe and healthy. We want to extend our support and love to our community. We are writing to let you know that the deadline for the Student Award is being extended. We will now be accepting applications until April 22nd. This