AMC Networks CEO Josh Sapan bought the Village Cinema in Greenport, N.Y., in 2004. “I would not call it a lucrative business,” he says of his 632-seat, four-theater venue — now called the Greenport Theater — which offers movies all week long during the summer tourist season in
ARNALDO ANTUNES: IN HIS OWN WORDS Com a Palavra, Arnaldo Antunes / Marcelo Machado / Brazil / 2018 / 80 min. / In Portuguese with English subtitles FILM SCREENING – US PREMIERE! When: Tuesday, July 30. 7:30pm Where: Anthology Film Archives 32 Second Avenue, New
Summer is the perfect time to explore NYC! Dive into the City’s history through our exhibitions, like Cycling in the City, which was just featured on NYC-Arts; experience our lineup of unique programs, from film screenings to tastings and conversations; and be a part of the most influential
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
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.
Join the team behind the independent feature film Bite Me for a case study of the film’s journey and the upcoming Joyful Vampire Tour of America that will feature screenings, capes, and Vampire Balls! Bite Me is a unique, while universally relatable, story about outsiders and an edgy, whip-smart,
The 2019 Student Academy Awards competition will launch on March 25th. The deadline for submitting a film is June 1, 2019. STUDENT ACADEMY AWARDS MISSION The Student Academy Awards (SAA) recognizes and honors student filmmakers who demonstrate excellence in the creation of motion pictures. By
Film April 17 6:00PM-8:00PM Daughters of Mother Earth Present: Warrior Women (2018), a Pre-Symposium Film Screening The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (NYU CLACS) and the NYU Center for Media, Culture and History present Warrior Women (2018), as part of Daughters of Mother Earth: A Symposium
Lana Lin will be presenting a survey of her work at Central Saint Martins – University of the Arts, London, and will be showing a preview of her feature film as part of a year-long initiative at Whitechapel Gallery, Not Just Me but You Too: Cinemas
Please join We are All Dominicans and Project Africa for a Film Screening and Conversation on Anti-Blackness in Dominican Republic and Brazil with Ana Maria Belique, Dominican activist. *Snacks will be served. The New School 55 West 13th Street Hirshon Suite – Room 203
The Times of Bill Cunningham – A film by Mark Bozek (Parsons Screening) Monday April 22, 2019. 6:30 – 8:30 PM The Auditorium, Room A106, Alvin Johnson/J.M. Kaplan Hall. 66 West 12th Street, New York, NY 10011 With access to over 3 million previously unpublicized images
RADICAL NEW FILM WORKSHOP PROGRAM CREATED BY BROOKLYN FIRE PROOF, INAUGURAL SCREENING ANNOUNCED Brooklyn Fire Proof Classroom Brings Together Legendary Filmmaking Collective Millennium Film Workshop and Job Path for New Media Education BROOKLYN, NY – Brooklyn Fire Proof (BFP), the creative complex of movie studios,
Katra Film Series Proudly Presents the Brooklyn Premiere of “The Infamous Future” documentary at the Alamo Drafthouse Theater this Wednesday, March 27th. The special presentation highlights the untold story of New York City’s Eagle Academy and its mission to educate and empower leaders in the
This Wednesday, the Film Society of Lincoln Center and The Museum of Modern Art open their prestigious showcase of films by emerging filmmakers from around the world. This year’s New Directors/New Films will be screening a handful of shorts and feature films from Brazil, Argentina, Colombia, and Mexico as part of their
Entries are now open for Show Me Shorts 2019. This is the 14th edition of Aotearoa New Zealand’s leading international short film festival. A traveling festival that reaches 28 venues nationwide, from Kaitaia to Stewart Island, and even a special screening in Antarctica! Show Me
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The Indocumentales team would like to invite the new school community to a screening. Indocumentales will be showcasing “The Unafraid”–a feature-length documentary that follows the personal lives of three DACA students in Georgia a state that has banned them from attending their top state universities and disqualifies them
NEIGHBORING SCENES: NEW LATIN AMERICAN CINEMA Now in its fourth year, Neighboring Scenes is the Film Society’s showcase of contemporary Latin American cinema. Highlighting impressive recent productions from across the region, this selective slate of premieres exhibits the breadth of styles, techniques, and approaches employed
About the Dalit Film and Cultural Festival (DALIFF): With the emergence of caste centric films in the mainstream Indian (also, in Nepal) film industry in recent years and its notable success has dawned upon the nu-genre of film making—the Dalit Cinema. Dalit Cinema is a
THE ENDLESS FILM / LA PELÍCULA INFINITA (Leandro Listorti, Argentina, 2018, 54 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) New York Premiere! Cinema Tropical and the Anthology Film Archives present the New York premiere of Leandro Listori’s The Endless Film. As part of our ongoing
WELCOMING IMMIGRANTS TO AMERICA: A VIDEO COMPETITION ABOUT AMERICAN IMMIGRATION Are you a New School student concerned about the portrayal of refugees and immigrants? The Zolberg Institute, in coordination with the Exodus Institute, is holding a short film contest in which students are invited to
Refiguring the Future Conference: February 9-10, 2019. Tickets start at just $10 and include lunch and two full days of programs! The Refiguring the Future conference convenes artists, educators, writers, and cultural strategists to envision a shared liberatory future by providing us with ideas that move beyond
There is a great opportunity for female filmmakers, producers and writers of African descent. The Call for Entries for the 18th Annual Women of African Descent Film Festival presented by The Brooklyn Chapter of The Links, in partnership with RestorationART and the Billie Holiday Theater
Filmatique’s My French Film Festival II Series continues with Black Tide,Èrick Zonca’s Parisian noir in which a washed-up detective, played with aplomb by Vincent Cassel, conducts an investigation that seems to always lead back to himself. To watch our current releases click here. Membership required. FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.
’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
Coca-Cola Regal Cinemas “Exchange” Short Film Casting a Coca-Cola Regal Film student filmmaker short. CocaCola Regal Cinemas provides opportunities for student filmmakers from partner university film schools to showcase their talent. Auditions/Callbacks held in Manhattan Dec 10, Dec 11, & Dec 12th. Seeking two female leads
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.
Jun Oshima, SMS Adjunct Faculty, worked this summer on the One Film One Cam Project with The New School students. Each student was given the simple camcorder and encouraged to produce a short film. Through this project, the students had another opportunity to discuss their works with
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
EL ANGEL A film by Luis Ortega Starring Lorenzo Ferro, Chino Darín, Saniel Fanego, Mercedes Morán, Luis Gnecco, Peter Lanzani, Cecilia Roth Argentina/Spain, 2018, 114 min. In Spanish with English subtitles Buenos Aires, 1971. Carlitos (Lorenzo Ferro) is a seventeen-year-old with movie star swagger, blond curls and a baby