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DOC NYC Hits the Road for a Virtual Road Trip

Join us on Facebook Live every afternoon from Monday, Oct. 26th through Friday, Oct. 30th, as we set off on an online DOC NYC Road Trip to check in with filmmaking hubs across the country. DOC NYC’s Artistic Director Thom Powers will talk with filmmakers, programmers and

B&H EDU Advantage Tools of the Trade 2020 Invitation

Virtual Tools of the Trade 2020 Event  Wednesday, November 11, 2020 11:00 AM – 4:30pm EDT RSVP HERE! This year, the B&H EDU Advantage Program is taking their ultimate equipment roadshow online! The Tools of the Trade event is a perfectly curated digital conference for students and educators

Ruff Cuts, 10/23

Ruff Cuts Friday, October 23, 2020 7:00 PM EDT | Zoom Registration is required (here). RUFF CUTS is a series of screening sessions for undergraduate and graduate Media Studies students to exhibit and discuss their media works in progress. Join us for our online edition this

Industry Expert Panel: Set Life, 11/2

Industry Expert Panel: Set Life Monday, November 2, 2020 4:00-5:30 PM EDT RSVP here! Join us for an Industry Expert Panel on Set Life where we will engage panelists in a conversation about the various roles on a production set, how to secure job consistency,

What to Watch This Week on Cinema Tropical

NewFest, New York’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival continues this week with a selection of twelve Latin American titles with a strong emphasis on Brazilian and Chilean LGBTQ+ narratives. Make sure to check out Chile’s The Strong Ones, directed by Omar Zúñiga Hidalgo, that follows the romantic saga of a fisherman and an architect in the

2020 May Sumak: Quichwa Film Showcase

Film Series October 22, 23, 30 2020 8:00pm – 9:30 pm EST 2020 May Sumak: Quichwa Film Showcase May Sumak: Quichwa Film Showcase is a (FREE) event series featuring three days of Quechua/Kichwa film screenings, workshops and discussions. The showcase is a celebration of Indigenous

Citi Ventures x ELab Design Challenge

Parsons ELab is pairing up with Citi Ventures for an Equitable Opportunity Design Challenge. The application is open to all students and the challenge will include networking opportunities, a chance to sharpen your design thinking, and presentation skills.  The challenge looks to help create more

WFH: Careers in Animation, 10/26

WFH: Careers in Animation When so much film and television production stopped due to the pandemic, one area of the industry stayed strong. The animation world, where work is remote, remains in high gear. Animation studios continue to hire new talent and create hits to

NYWIFT Talks with Lauren Lake, 10/16

Welcome to 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

SMS Faculty Member Oscar Frasser Selected to Present Film “The Unintended of Times Square” at the 2020 The Critical Media Literacy Conference of The Americas

Oscar Frasser was selected to present his multimedia project/documentary film “The Unintended of Times Square” at the 2020 The Critical Media Literacy Conference of The Americas. The presentation will discuss the decolonizing practices and third cinema origins of long-time community media organizations making transformative media for

Design Caucus, October 17-18

Design Caucus is an opportunity to address social issues with system solutions and interventions. There is a place for you regardless of background; whether you have deep domain knowledge, a tremendous ability to create, fervent passion, or something else entirely. We provide tools, mentorship, and

Imagine Science Film Festival, October 16-23

ONLINE | Imagine Science Film Festival The Imagine Science Film Festival, now in its 13th year, is an experimental interdisciplinary sci-art festival seeking to open new dialogues between scientists, filmmakers, and artists. The festival kicks off on the evening of October 16 with an ambitious

Job Searching During COVID-19: Online Workshop

Landing a job during a pandemic? We’ve helped students do it. About this Event Join Flatiron School Career Coach Ellen Chang as she shares insights and learnings from Flatiron School’s career coaching team, having partnered with our graduates over the past few months in their

First Forum 2020: Passing

First Forum 2020: Passing About this Event More information on keynote and panel schedules can be found on our First Forum 2020 website. To attend, please register for the conference, and a Zoom link will be sent to you prior to the start of the conference!

2021 Summer Field Programs Information Sessions

ONLINE | 2021 Summer Field Programs Information Sessions The Julien J. Studley Graduate Programs in International Affairs is pleased to invite you to our Information Sessions for summer 2021 fieldwork opportunities abroad, in NYC, and online. Come learn about the International Field Program, the United Nations

What to Watch This Week on Cinema Tropical

This week marks the start of the 32nd Edition of NewFest, New York’s LGBTQ+ Film Festival. In this year’s online edition, NewFest is featuring twelve Latin American titles with a strong emphasis on Brazilian and Chilean LGBTQ+ narratives. All films will be available to stream from Friday, October 16 through Tuesday, October 27. From Brazil, Alice Júnior by Gil

DOC NYC Pro Day: Documentary & The Law, 10/14

Individual tickets on sale for $40; or buy an All Access Pass to attend all DOC NYC PRO events for $150. Join DOC NYC PRO for a daylong online workshop on legal issues in documentary, featuring attorneys and independent filmmakers considering myriad ethical and legal questions as they