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Free panel at Nordic International Film Festival

“How to finance independent films told from different perspectives” MODERATED BY VARIETY   OCTOBER 17TH, 6PM Success stories from the real world on how to finance independent films.    Join us for a panel discussion consisting of crowdfunding geniuses, representatives of regional European film funds

Upcoming Events from the Black TV & Film Collective

The Black TV & Film Collective provides opportunities for talented storytellers of color in the fields of television, film and digital entertainment. Their outreach includes professional development, relationship building and production support. Check out their upcoming events below.   Mix-n-Mingle with New York Women in TV &

10/25: KINOSCOPE

KINOSCOPE is honored & delighted to present along with a parallel section of the Cannes Film Festival, La Semaine de la Critique that focuses on discovering new talents (revealing first and second feature films. Such directors as Chris Marker, Denys Arcand, Bernardo Bertolucci, Jean Eustache,

Job Opportunity: Freelance Associate Producer/Booker

Altice USA (NYSE: ATUS) is one of the largest broadband communications and video services providers in the United States, delivering broadband, pay television, telephony services, proprietary content and advertising services to approximately 4.9 million Residential and Business customers across 21 states through its Optimum and

IFP Application Deadline: This Sunday 10/13!

International Field Program Application Application Deadline: Sunday, October 13 at 11:59pm Apply Online Today! Apply to 2020 IFPSite-Specific Info Sessions Migration Studio: The Balkans The Balkans IFP examines the dynamic between security and society with particular attention to issues of identity and migration along the Balkan

Film Screening 10/18: BY THE GRACE OF GOD

BY THE GRACE OF GOD, François Ozon’s gripping drama that follows three men who band together to dismantle the code of silence that continues to protect a priest who abused them decades ago. Based on events from the 2019 conviction of Cardinal Philippe Barbarin of

Call for Teaching Award Nominations

CALL FOR TEACHING AWARD NOMINATIONS Students, faculty, and staff are invited to nominate outstanding teachers for the Distinguished Teaching Award and for the Award for Outstanding Achievements in Social Justice Teaching. The Distinguished Teaching Award recognizes faculty across the university for excellence in teaching. The New School

This Week with Cinema Tropical, October 7 – 14

The 57th New York Film Festival continues this week at Film at Lincoln Center for its second and last week. Be sure to check out the U.S. premiere of The Moneychanger by acclaimed Uruguayan director Federico Veiroj who will be in town to present his latest film. And next Monday, be sure to catch

GIDEST Seminar with John Keene, 10/11

GIDEST Seminar John Keene Queer Games Friday, October 11, 12-1:30 p.m. GIDEST Lab, Room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue Please join us Friday, October 11, 12-1:30 p.m., for a discussion with novelist and poet John Keene. For his GIDEST seminar, Professor Keene has generously provided a piece of unpublished work. At his request, circulation of

Join the Center for the Humanities for their October Events

OCTOBER EVENTS & OPPORTUNITIES Please join the Center for the Humanities this October for two cross-disciplinary conferences: Unit Structres: The Art of Cecil Taylor, exploring and honoring the work of musician, poet, and educator Cecil Taylor, and “Un-Fair Trades: Artistic Intersections with Social and Environmental Injustices in the