School of Media Studies Faculty Member, Michelle Materre, was recently featured in an article for The Daily Targum. The article details Michelle’s views on gender issues within the film industry. She is quoted as saying, “I think that the reason for (the lack of female Academy Awards
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.
“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