MA Media Studies ‘10 Alumni, Ozan Adam , recently published his book “Filmmaking Against The Current – Notes About Making A Film “FOR THE BLINDS.” The book is a memoir about the making of the feature film “FOR THE BLINDS” which was produced without a
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.
New School Alumni Ken Anderson Seeking Experimental, Edgy Films for the Bowery Film Festival Ken Anderson, a 2012 graduate of the MA Media Studies program and co-founder of the Bowery Film Festival, is passionate about creating opportunities for filmmakers who, like him, take pride in
Jonathan Souza, MA Media Management ’19, will be producing the web series, Friends Cant Kiss. FCK is a web series young queer folks navigating loving, unconventional relationships in conventional, heteronormative New York. Written by New School MFA Playwright Alumnus Conlan Carter and Directed by New
Alumni TAL SHAMIR, MA Media Studies ’10, will screen Desert of the Real at The Jerusalem Cinematheque, Haifa Cinematheque and the Sderot Cinematheque in Jerusalem and Israel in Fall 2019. The film was made at The New School. Desert of the Real is a short cinematic manifestation of
Doc Studies ’18 Alumna Joy Ernanny’s film Unveil wins Best Student Film in the 4th edition of the Brazil International Film Festival
Doc Studies ’18 Alumna Joy Ernanny’s film Unveil wins Best Student Film in the 4th edition of the Brazil International Film Festival, which was held August 24-25, 2019 in Rio de Janeiro. ABOUT UNVEIL UNVEIL, a film by Joy Ernanny – Doc Studies ’18 (18 mins, 2018) At a time
Daniel Kellerman-Demick, MA Media Studies ’19 and Billy Cadden, MA Media Studies ’17, Have Been “Officially Selected”
New School Alumni, Daniel Kellerman-Demick, MA Media Studies ’19 and Billy Cadden, MA Media Studies ’17, had their short film, Dodgson, officially selected at both the 2019 Sioux City International Film Festival and the 2019 Kansas International Film Festival. For more info on Dodgson: http://DodgsonMovie.com
Daniel Kellerman-Demick, MA Media Studies ’19 and Billy Cadden, MA Media Studies ’17, Receive ‘Award of Excellence’ At IndieFEST Film Awards
Dan Michael, of Dan Michael Films, and Billy Cadden have won a prestigious Award of Excellence from the IndieFEST Film Awards. The award was given for the team’s singular short film, Dodgson (2019), which follows the complicated life of Isaac Dodge, a jaded psychologist with a life-long
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
Doc Studies ’18 Alumna Joy Ernanny recently licensed footage from her documentary, “Unveil”, to the BBC. The footage was used for a BBC piece about the hijab-friendly salon where “Unveil” was shot. The BBC did a brief story about the salon and with its wide
SMS Alumn Jad-Evangelo Nasser will have is documentary, Once Upon a Color, take part in Amazon Prime Video’s All Voices Film Festival. The film has been selected to stream from June 3rd to July 3rd and has the chance to win $10,000. In order to win, the
SMS Alum Joy Ernanny’s documentary “Unveil” will have it’s second NY screening at the 9th Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. The Festival is devoted to Brooklyn’s film scene and only accepts entries from films that are connected to the borough in some way. Unveil was
Recent SMS graduate Karen Sepulveda has been making the rounds with her new web series “Bodegaverse”. Bodegaverse is a satirical dark-comedic web-series set in a Bronx bodega and follows two store clerks through their day as they track down their boss’ bodega cat who mysteriously
Seed & Spark Campaign and short film by current Media Management student Gerri Weinberger geared towards ending the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD)
A Seed & Spark campaign was launched by Gerri Weinberger, current Media Management student who will be graduating in December 2019 and Susanna Stahlmann for Borderline Coffee, a short film geared towards ending the stigma around Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD). The film follows a woman, Miranda, who is glued
Dasha Kova, Media Studies + Media Management Certificate ’17 and Media Studies Student Service Award Winner ’17, featured in Bushwick Daily
Dasha Kova, Media Studies + Media Management Certificate ’17 and Media Studies Student Service Award Winner ’17, was recently featured in Bushwick Daily for the work she’s doing that is aimed at changing mainstream media. She also had the opportunity to produce a music video for Salt Cathedral. During the production,
GREG MANIA, Media Studies ’16, was recently featured on an episode of Personal Disclosures as Mayor Pete. Personal Disclosures is a podcast based on sharing stories.
Media Studies Alumni Yun Xiao is seeking a videographer with equipment (DSLR, Tripod) who can shoot corporate videos and branded content. Ideally, this person can edit as well. Yun is also looking for a 2nd shooter at a corporate event on 6/14 from 11:00am – 1:00pm.
Sidney Alvarez, Media Management ’18, Showcases How Emerging Media Can Be Used to Train Con Edison Workers
Sidney Alvarez MS, Media Management ’18 2018 School Ceremony Speaker and Outstanding Capstone Award Winner Sidney is Con Edison’s Media Relations Manager and runs the Social Media Strategies including the digital and audio content created by and for Con-Ed. The youtube series he hosts and
Media Studies alumnus, Jacopo Penzo, has a recent podcast available in works with iHeartRadio. The podcast, Sleepwalkers, explores the future of A.I. and its various applications, from mass surveillance to creativity, medicine and more, with the help of world renowned experts from the academic world and the companies on
GAMAR MARKARIAN, Doc Studies ‘18, won at BAMcinematek’s first student film festival. Her short documentary, WORK, will be shown at the Workers Unite Film Festival this year on May 20, 2019 at the Cinema Village in NYC. The film approaches the everydayness of labor while
Join us tomorrow for the event This Atom Bomb in Me book talk with New School alumna Lindsay A. Freeman. Wednesday, April 24 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Klein Conference Room 66 W. 12th Street 5th floor, room 510
Trenton Pratt (’18 MS Media Management Graduate): Panelist for BluePrint Networking Series, April 28
The BLUEPRINT Networking series is a series of social events with discussions from music Industry Gurus. The goal of this event is to discover, engage, learn, exchange with a community of managers, producers, artist, and other music enthusiasts. All attendees will listen to key note
Doc Studies ’18 Alumna Joy Ernanny’s film “Unveil” to be Screened at Mecal Pro, Barcelona’s Short and Animation Film Festival
Doc Studies ’18 Alumna Joy Ernanny’s film “Unveil” to be Screened at Mecal Pro, Barcelona’s Short and Animation Film Festival. Unveil will have its European festival debut tomorrow, April 14, in the 21st edition of Meco Pro – Barcelona’s Short and Animation Film Festival! Unveil is one
Paola Cossermelli-Messina, Media Studies ’16, has applied to and has been accepted into the PhD program in Ethnomusicology at Columbia University. This after winning the Middle Eastern Studies Graduate Student Award for her thesis “Reclaiming the Stage: Oral Histories of Iranian Women Musicians” which was supervised by Barry Salmon
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Alumni Alex Campolo has accepted a postdoc position at The Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge
Media Studies alumni Alex Campolo, who was also a thesis advisee, is currently finishing his PhD at NYU’s Department Media Culture & Communication. Campolo is set to begin his postdoc position at The Stevanovich Institute on the Formation of Knowledge. THE STEVANOVICH INSTITUTE ON THE FORMATION
Daniel Cervenka, Media Management ’18, was recently featured on Entrepreneur.com on his work as the founder of Setle.
Check out SMS Alum Jeffrey Marino’s article here.
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SMS Alumna Joy Ernanny’s Documentary Film, “Unveil” is a Finalist at the World of Women Cinema Film Fair Festival
SMS Alumna Joy Ernanny’s short doc film Unveil is a finalist at the World of Women Cinema- WOW Film Fair Festival in Dubai. It will be screened on March 7 @ 11am at the Reel Cinema along with other shorts. It was selected among 400 submissions! About