SMS Faculty Member, Michelle Materre was recently published in Black Camera, An International Journal. The article, titled “Capture and Release: Curating and Exhibiting the East Coast Independent Black Film Movement, 1968–1992,” examines the unique points of view of two film series that played a major role
SMS Faculty David Lieberman’s latest article for Variety is a a curtain-raiser analysis of what’s ahead in the upcoming media industry earnings season and the role of streaming after the pandemic ends. Research Assistant Xinran Qi, Media Management ’21, also contributed to the research.
SMS Part-time Faculty Loren-Paul Caplin has just written a new book: Writing Compelling Dialogue for Film and TV: The Art & Craft of Raising Your Voice on Screen is a practical guide that provides screenwriters with a clear set of exercises, tools, and methods to raise their
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
SMS Faculty Josh Scannell publishes a chapter on “Policing the Future(s)” in new book, Digital Lives in the Global City: Contesting Infrastructures. Digital Lives in the Global City examines the entanglements of urban life, investigating how urban land, governance, and the economy are being contested and remade
SMS Faculty Rafael Parra edited the recent Sesame Street special, “Little Children, Big Challenges.” The special is about how kids and adults can stay strong and bounce back during tough times. It premiered on Tuesday, October 6, 2020 here.
SMS Faculty Neyda Martinez is serving as a moderator on October 13 for the Unifying to Achieve Racial and Cultural Justice Initiatives panel. Conversations On Culture: Race, Myth, Art = Justice October 6-27, 2020 https://creativejustice-initiative.org/conversations/ About this Event After the overwhelmingly positive response around our Achieving Cultural Equity
Professor Sonja Bozic pitched her VR project Chocolate Milk at the NewImages XR Financial Market in Paris from September 23-27, 2020. Due to the pandemic, the pitch was online and streamed for the public. Chocolate Milk, an interactive VR experience imagined by Jonathan, a 33-year-old
Peter Asaro, Associate Professor of Media Studies, published a chapter on “Autonomous Weapons and the Ethics of AI” in the new book from Oxford University Press, The Ethics of Artificial Intelligence. He was also a presenter/discussant for Discussant for “Beyond “In the Loop”: On The
ONLINE | Charlie Warner ‘Media Selling’ Book Chat This event is online via Zoom. RSVP is required. Join the School of Media Studies for a book chat with SMS Faculty Member Charles Warner. Special guests will include Media Assembly CEO Michael Bassik, former ESPN President and
SMS dean Vladan Nikolic produced a new feature titled The Drummer, starring Danny Glover, which will premiere at this year’s Woodstock Film Festival on October 1, 2020. About the film: Mark Walker (Danny Glover) knows firsthand how war can affect a soldier; a consequence of
Sonja Bozic, a part-time faculty, has presented her VR project Chocolate Milk at Verizon’s Women of Spatial: A Creative Tech and Startup Summit event as part of the Femme Future Showcase. The event featured Women-led pioneers innovating in the XR space. Verizon 5G Lab and
SMS Faculty Member Neyda Martinez and Dr. Marta Moreno Vega are featured on First Voices Indigenous Radio with host Tiokasin Ghosthorse discussing the urgency of the Creative Justice Initiative. Click here to listen to the show. Click here to learn more about the Creative Justice
Media Management associate professor, Neyda Martinez, serving as Associate Producer is part of the team bringing the news and public affairs program HABLA NOW to HBO MAX this fall. Look for the special coming to HBO MAX on Friday, September 18th, 9pm EST. “The Latino population is incredibly diverse, but
New York Pavements: Short Films from the Collection of the Film-Makers’Cooperative LIVE through September 11th at midnight National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. FREE AND OPEN TO ALL! ZOOM Q&A — AUGUST 28TH, 5PM E.T. CURATOR PEGGY PARSONS + ASST. CURATOR JOANNA RACZNSKA Programmed by MM
Professor Dawnja Burris’ (Assistant Professor and Associate Dean, School of Media Studies) essay, When Filming “On-Location” Is Filming “At-Home” has been included in the Public Seminar online journal. You can read the article here.
Join us at our next Brown Bag Lunch Series on August 12, 2020 at 1 pm via Zoom! The topic is At The Intersection of Software Studies and Historical Injustice with Fabiola Hanna She will be engaging students in a discussion on what software studies and historical justice have to do
“Changing the cultural narrative, one image at a time” Join us at the virtual Citizen in Pictures Film Series July 22nd – August 19th Citizen in Pictures is a five part series of one hour programs, featuring six extraordinary films that visually speak to the themes
When unprecedented events scattered his students around the world, assistant professor of media studies Amir Husak reignited classroom creativity with a new digital sharing platform. Students captured the “new normal” and documented the ways the pandemic was affecting their immediate communities through photos, videos, and
Dawnja Burris, Associate Dean and Assistant Professor of Media Studies, recently contributed to Student Filmmakers’ online magazine. In this article, Burris addresses techniques for short filmmaking techniques that can be done during these times of social distancing. Click here to read her piece.
This post is part of the SMS Advising Series for New Students. All posts are designed and curated to make the lives of newly admitted students much easier. From academic resources to having a social life in NYC, we want to make sure that our
Christiane Paul, Professor of Media Studies, will present on ARTS PATRONAGE VIA THE BLOCKCHAIN LEDGER as a part of the UNFOLD Art + Fintech 2.0 webinar series on Friday, June 26th. Christiane Paul has also interviewed about The Question of Intelligence for Arte Fuse and did a
Assistant Professor of Digital Media Theory at New School’s School of Media Studies and author of This is Not a Minority Report: Predictive policing and population racism, Joshua Scannell joins the WBI show. How do calls for police transparency miss the ways predictive policing claims
Media Studies faculty member Dr. Sumita Chakravarty’s website, https://migrationmapping.org is now listed by the New School Library at: http://guides.library.newschool.edu/az.php MigrationMapping.org is an online database designed to explore the intersections of media and migration. Its aim is to track, and enable, conversations between media technologies, forms, and practices and
George Floyd is everywhere: https://kosovotwopointzero.com/en/george-floyd-is-everywhere/ Amir Husak, Director of Graduate Certificate in Documentary Media Studies & Assistant Professor of Media Studies, recently penned his perspective for Kosovo 2.0. In light of Black Lives Matter protests in the U.S., the article looks at state-sanctioned racialized violence
Looking for suggestions on films that cover race in America? Michelle Materre, Director of the Media Management Graduate Program, and her Creatively Speaking team curated a list to help get you started. You can read more here on REALSCREEN.