Borrego Springs Film Festival 2015 is seeking talented filmmakers of all ages. Borrego Springs is a desert community within a couple hours drive of Los Angeles and San Diego. Our festival provides filmmakers quality venues, networking opportunities, and enthusiastic film fans. The 2015 festival will
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The New School demonstrates our commitment to climate action and our solidarity with people converging on New York City for the historic People’s Climate March on September 21 with a week-long series of events focused on climate change. As a leader and official endorser of
Dear Graduate Students and Faculty, On Wednesday, September 10 at 4pm, the University Learning Center is hosting a graduate writing workshop titled, “Don’t Write Like a Graduate Student.” This workshop reveals the importance of clarity, identifies problems common in graduate student writing, and discusses ways to improve style. Please note that this event is open to all New School master’s and doctoral students
Professor Peter Asaro, Director of SMS Graduate Programs, seeks a research assistant to help compile course lists and syllabi. Needs to begin right away. Available for up to 20 hours a week work. Please Contact: Peter Asaro email@example.com
Please join us for a related, free public program on Tuesday, August 12 at 6 pm: a screening of the video Mr Dial Has Something to Say. This hour-long biopic on Thornton Dial Sr., who has been hailed as “preternaturally gifted” by the New York Times, investigates
About The Intercept, a publication of First Look Media, was created by Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, and Jeremy Scahill. It has a two-fold mission: one short-term, the other long-term. Our short-term mission is to provide a platform to report on the documents previously provided by
Ring the Bells, Collaborations across nationalities, genders and style We are intrigued by the facinating dance between structure and content – the extent to which they interact and affect each other. This encourages us to take on projects of highly collaborative and multidisciplinary nature, and to
David Stott (NYC 48 Hour Film Project Producer) event’s is quickly approaching May 30- June 1and they want to ensure the New York Film and Video community has the opportunity to partake. In fact, they have created a discount code to encourage folks to sign-up
The School of Media Studies is please to announce the additions of Urban Soundscapes; New Wave, Old Noir; and Public Interactives to its Summer course offerings! Urban Soundscapes May 29-June 30 Urban Soundscapes examines, through a month of intensive daily listening, the rich sonic environments of
Come support the collaborative film projects of students from the MFA Drama and MA Media Studies programs during the Second Annual Cinema Collab Screening. Friday, May 16th, 8PM Kellen Auditorium 66 Fifth Ave at 13 St.
About The migration of people has taken on greater and greater significance in our age of globalization. Migration creates new economic and political opportunities, new types of exploitation and inequality, new forms of knowledge, new ethical dilemmas and new political pressures. The Zolberg Center on
Harvestworks offers a $10 discount on all studio services such as the audio and video studio, plus lab room rental for students. Get started here! Harvestworks’ mission is to present experimental artworks created in collaboration with our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) Lab.
About Harvestworks Harvestworks’ mission is to present experimental artworks created in collaboration with our Technology, Engineering, Art and Music (TEAM) Lab. The Harvestworks T.E.A.M Lab supports the creation of art works achieved through the use of new and evolving technologies and provides an environment for
Last week, School of Media Studies graduate students Alissa Cherry and Ateqah Khaki appeared on BK Live, a daily “hyperlocal” talk show based out of the BRIC Arts Media House that highlights news and stories from Brooklyn neighborhoods. The segment was produced by Sriyanka Ray,
A current SMS student, Julian De Mayo Rodriguez, organized events around Latino AIDS Activist history with the NYPL, which has been a direct result of his work started at The New School. Saturday, February 22, 2014, 2 p.m. Program Locations: Stephen A. Schwarzman Building, South
Join media studies student Andrea Kannes for a screening of her film Rug Kids. The film is the result of an Independent Study with Kevin Allen called”Found Footage: An Inquiry into Being Human” focusing on 16mm found footage.
Becoming More Visible, a documentary by current School of Media Studies student Pamela French, shares the often neglected stories of homeless transgender youth in New York City. Through their visual work, the filmmakers embrace a narrative which seeks to humanize and contextualize the growing proportion
Engage Media Lab made a presentation on Friday, December 6 to over 25 youth and staff at the Arab American Family Support Center (AAFSC) in Brooklyn. You can see the presentation here. The group presented an orientation to how youth an engage with different forms
Cast Your New School Film for Free with Backstage! For over 50 years, Backstage has been a go-to job listing resource for entertainment and performing arts professionals. Now, to celebrate the launch of our completely revamped online casting platform, Backstage is offering New School filmmakers a chance to
Wellness and Health Promotion is partnering with the Learning Center in the provision of time management workshops during the Fall semester! Effective time management skills help make writing a pleasant experience. Learn to budget your time, avoid procrastination, and be in control of your work.
New Students taking the Understanding Media Studies Courses and Discussion groups wrote intellectual autobiographies detailing their current academic interests as well as their current and aspirational professional positions and affiliations. Word Clouds were then taken from the most used words in these assignments revealing a
New York Production Company seeks EDITOR For Short-term Film Project September 2013 This project is a short documentary. The CEO/Filmmaker is an NYU alum. The production team consists of industry professionals with extensive experience in feature films, documentaries, and television projects. This position will provide
To view this PBS Point of View Article, which was recommended by Pamela Tillis, click here.
About the Film: Tempo Rubato ‘Tempo Rubato’ depicts the origins and development of a new musical composition by Colombian jazz percussionist/composer Samuel Torres. Like his journey, the film is a document of research and discovery through music. As Samuel sets out to create a musical response to the victims of
FINAL DEADLINE MUST BE POSTMARKED BY MONDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 2013 The New Jersey Young Film Festival has extended its deadline. They are seeking short works for their 29th tour season from anyone who has a homebase in New Jersey. Even if your in school out
The School of Media Studies is looking for students with Graphic Design experience to assist with a number of projects related to event flyers and posters, as well as work on a new and ongoing SMS Commons page to be launched soon. Students Assistants will
The Independent Filmmaker Project is looking for volunteers for Independent Film Week, the oldest and largest forum of its kind that introduces new talent on the independent scene. Founded as a part of the 1979 New York Film Festival, IFP holds workshops, seminars, and conferences,
APOLLO THEATER FOUNDATION, INC. EDUCATION INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY October 2013 – May 2014 Apollo Theater Video Oral History Internship/Film Production INTERNSHIP: The Apollo Theater Education Program develops school partnerships focused on integrating the arts and humanities with the schools’ existing curricula. A primary objective of the Education Program