December Events: Meditation Workshop: Unplug, slow down, and experience MAD in a whole new way on Friday, December 7 from 9 am to 10 am in a meditation workshop set alongside Anne Lindberg’s the eye’s level. The contemplative site-specific installation uses hundreds of thread lines pulled through
’15 Rising: Adirley Queirós’ Saturday, December 8 Museum of the Moving Image As part of Reverse Shot 15: Filmmakers on the Rise, an anniversary symposium that pays tribute to exciting new filmmakers who are just emerging on the international scene, Museum of the Moving Image presents
December Events This December, the Center for the Humanities is proud to present these exciting events and collaborations: a reading and conversation on radical writing, feminism and black futures with visionary writers and poets Saidiya Hartman, Erica Hunt, Dawn Lundy Martin and Claudia Rankine; a “Listening Party”
Book Panel December 6: An Investigative Cinema– Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film
An Investigative Cinema – Politics and Modernization in Italian, French, and American Film Please join us on Thursday December 6, 2018 from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Columbia’s Heyman Center for the Humanities. On this occasion, Fabrizio Cilento (Messiah College) will present his book, published by Palgrave Macmillan in fall 2018 and titled An Investigative Cinema:
NYU Hosts: Diverging Underground – The Experimental Films of José Rodríguez Soltero and Jaime Barrios in 1968 Lecture
November 29 6:30PM-9PM Diverging Underground: The Experimental Films of José Rodríguez Soltero and Jaime Barrios in 1968 The second public lecture by Fall 2018 Andrés Bello Chair Professor Julio Ramos Read more
INDOCUMENTALES En el séptimo día/On the Seventh Day The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University (CLACS), Cinema Tropical, and the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations / What Moves You?, are proud to present the latest edition of INDOCUMENTALES
Latin America’s 1968 on Film – Dialogue with Ché & Homage to Nicanor Parra As part of the Latin America’s 1968 Colloquium series, New York University’s Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (CLACS), Department of Spanish and Portuguese, are proud to present a the
Can works of art create social space through the communities they implicate? Convergence explores this possibility through art works that address race, gender, class and nationality, composed in dialogue, unison and dissonance within the exhibition space. Inspired by Homi Bhabha, who proposes “convergence” as “different
Join the Asian American Writers’ Workshop on Friday, November 30th from 7pm-9pm for the unveiling of their second volume of the intergenerational zine, OURS! Part of all proceeds for the night will go towards Free Arts NYC For more details, check their Facebook Event here
The exhibition features Such a Morning, an 85-minute, single-channel film accompanied by a collection of projected letters written by the film’s central character – an extension to the narrative built by Kanwar.
Two Documentary Studies Certificate Alums have work being featured at DOC NYC (November 8-15, 2018). Igor Myakotin, Documentary Studies ’16, cinematographer on Silicone Soul. Brian R. A. Miele, Documentary Studies ’12, an associate editor & post-production supervisor on Cracked Up. SILCONE SOUL- NYC PREMIERE Romance traditionally
A Crossroads of Opportunity: Virtual Reality, Media Art, and Medicine Today Thu, Nov 8, 6:30 PM | The Skylight Room (9100) Matthew N. Bartels, Holly Cohen, Heather Dewey-Hagborg, Sean Montgomery Click here to RSVP and for more information about this interdisciplinary panel. Seminar Series on Édouard Glissant
KATRA FILM SERIES 2019 REGULAR DEADLINE The Final Regular Deadline of the year is here! Recently named one of the Top 100 and Gold Certified Film Festivals on Film Freeway, we are offering a Halloween Special like no other. To submit to the 2019 KATRA Regular Deadline,
Special Event – The 2018 Midterm Elections Join CCI and our special guests on November 7 for this event only a day after the 2018 midterm elections, where hundreds of congressional, state and local primaries, will decide whether Democrats can gain control of Congress or if
DECADE OF FIRE World Premiere! & DOC NYC 24 HOUR FLASH SALE Every year in the lead up to DOC NYC, the festival holds a daily flash sale called 5 for 5 in which they put 5 films on sale for $5 tickets. The sale only lasts
Join UnionDocs for Modes of Making: A 3-day Intensive of Producing for Documentary led by Danielle Varga (Cameraperson)! The process of producing a documentary film, especially in the independent or experimental landscape, can have various unforeseen turns. Yet the producer is expected to reign in
A NEW documentary about the former Taiwanese Yankees player, Chien-Ming Wang, is opening this weekend on October 26th at the AMC Empire 25 in Manhattan. It’s called Late Life: The Chien-Ming Wang Story, by award-winning director Frank Chen. It encaptures Wang’s baseball career and offers an
Associate Professor at the School of Media Studies: Deirdre Boyle is speaking at The Living Need Light, The Dead Need Music by The Propeller Group; hosted by The Film Society Lincoln Center. Free and open to the public! Monday, October 29, 2018 7pm-8:30pm at the Elinor Bunin Munroe Film
Grow Your Network Don’t forget that part of your education is networking with your peers and professionals already working in media. Take every opportunity outside of the classroom to meet industry leaders and make those connections BEFORE you graduate. Don’t miss How To Make TV In
The Center opens doors for a remarkably diverse community of talented student and young professionals. Our mission is to connect media recruiters to this diverse, rich talent pool to ensure a brighter future for the industry. You won’t want to miss this special day of insight and
Join Adorama & Sony for an exciting, social, and productive photography experience unlike any other! Build your portfolio shooting 5 unique and interactive shooting stations while experiencing the latest Sony Alpha gear, including full frame mirrorless cameras and G Master lenses of your choosing.
Columbia University presents Confessions of an Accidental Oral Historian, Archivist, and Podcaster Workshop
Columbia University Oral History Master of the Arts (OHMA) invites you to our fall 2018 workshop series on Oral History and the Future. Please see details below and stay tuned for future announcements for the rest of the workshops in this series. WHEN: Thursday, October 18, 2018, 6:10 –
Start Your Week Organized It’s always nice to start your week refreshed, organized, and ahead of your to-do list. That 10 page paper? Check. Your part in a group assignment? Check.Plans for Winter Break? Check. Tickets to our 1st Annual Diversity + Media Career Summit? Check. Whether it’s Master The Art of Social
On Tuesday, October 16 GSC will host Kenya (Robinson) / Mr. Kenya Robinson, an American multimedia artist whose work includes performance, sculpture, and installation. A native of Gainesville, Florida, (Robinson)’s work depicts themes of privilege and consumerism, while investigating the role of money in the
Netflix invites you to a screening of one of their upcoming films, 22 JULY, directed by Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips, The Bourne Trilogy). In 22 July, Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Paul Greengrass (Captain Phillips, United 93) tells the true story of the aftermath of Norway’s deadliest
Join UnionDocs and delve into the use of objects and archival materials at SPECULATIONS IN THE ARCHIVE workshop led by filmmaker Courtney Stephens. From October 12-14, we will look at the challenges and possibilities of building and telling stories with found materials. Through the lens
Leonardo Romero from DPA microphones will be making an appearance at Sound Hard (651 Richard St., Ste. 2B) from Noon – 1:30pm on Friday, the 5th of October to show off what their amazing product line has to offer. Plus pizza Friday continues!
October Events and Opportunities Upcoming events from the Center for the Humanities this October highlight critical and creative work exploring: the #MeToo movement, sexual violence against women, and the concept of “epistemic injustice;” the scientific and social implications of infectious disease; the relationship between painting, poetry and translation;
Pathbreaking filmmaker, theorist and composer Trinh T. Minh-ha will be visiting the Pratt campus on Thursday, October 4th and Friday, October 5th. October 4th, 2018 5:00 PM: Welcome reception 5:30 PM: Film Screening of Forgetting Vietnam (2016), Dir. Trinh T. Minh-ha, followed by Q+A with the filmmaker.