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Film Composer Available for Students

I’m Sarah Bernstein and I’m reaching out as an available film composer for your students. I recently graduated with a Bachelor’s of Music and Technology in Nashville and am headed to NYC in August. I’m looking to gain some experience composing for film and TV

Summer Tutoring Available

The University Learning Center is open for tutoring starting today, until August 3rd.  Sessions are available M-F, 11am-6pm for general and grad writing, ESL, and time management (students can book through Starfish, instructions are attached to this email).  Adobe, computer programming, and math sessions are available by request (students can email or

Makeup artists seeking films to work on

Rebecca Menzer is a Career Services Advisor at the Make-up Designory in New York.  She is reaching out to see if there are any student filmmakers who would need makeup artists for their films –  it would be a good opportunity for some of our graduates

Integrative PhD Collaborative Seminar information session

You are cordially invited to an Integrative PhD Collaborative Seminar information session on May 8th. The Mellon funded Integrative PhD Program supports cross-divisional graduate research seminars taught by faculty from NSSR, Parsons, and SPE. Tuesday, 8th May, 6PM, D907, 6 E 16th Street If you

The Cold Treatment Podcast is Seeking Scripts

The podcast is called “The Cold Treatment” where the other hosts perform cold reads and critique amateur screenplays. They’ve released over 30 episodes so far and most of the writers have found them to be both useful and entertaining. Submission of scripts for on air

The Academy’s Careers in Film Summit, April 14

On April 14th, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences will be hosting a Careers in Film summit for high school and college age students, featuring three panels on above the line, below the line, and post production work. Tickets are free but registration

Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program

About the Documentary Film Program  The Sundance Documentary Film Program supports non-fiction filmmakers worldwide in the production of cinematic documentaries on contemporary themes. Established in 2002 with founding support from Open Society Foundations, the Program is a vibrant global resource for independent non-fiction storytelling. Recent

ULC Adobe Photoshop Workshop, Tuesday April 3rd at 4pm

On Tuesday April 3rd from 4pm-5:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Adobe Photoshop.  Students will go over the basic tools and functions of Adobe Photoshop CC, including setting up documents, workspaces, layers and editing images.  Students are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop with

Venture Lab Events

Venture Lab Team Generator Event Wednesday, March 28, 2018 6:30 to 8:30 pm 63 5th Avenue/University Center Event Cafe/Lower Level New York, NY 10011 Are you thinking about applying to next year’s Venture Lab? Eager to join a team or recruit new teammates to your

ULC Excel at Excel: Part 2 Workshop, Tuesday March 6th at 4pm

Join the University Learning Center on March 6th from 4pm-5:40pm for the workshop, Excel at Excel: Part 2.  Building from an understanding of basic Excel functions, students will begin working towards putting together graphs and data visualizations. Students are strongly encouraged to bring a laptop with Excel

Adobe Illustrator Workshop at the ULC

On Tuesday February 27th from 4pm-5:30pm, the University Learning Center will be offering a workshop on Adobe Illustrator.  Students will go over the basic tools and functions of Adobe Illustrator CC, including setting up documents, workspaces, learning how to use the pen-tool, creating basic shapes, and color fills.  Students

Waiver Code for Filmmakers World Festival

Filmmakers World Festival is looking for excellent produced films and documentary with distinctive voices. We encourage detail-oriented film students with passion, detail oriented, independent filmmakers, travelers, adventurers, and anyone with the passion for film-making to join us and make your outstanding films get recognition. The

International Field Program Now Accepting Applications for TNS 2018 Summer Programs in Argentina and Colombia

International Field Program is now accepting applications for The New School’s 2018 Summer Programs in Argentina and Colombia. Gain international experience in socioeconomic rights, urban and community development, labor practices, governance, human rights, and cooperative development. Through a mixture of hands-on work and an immersive educational experience,

UCLA Film and Television Summer Institute

CREATIVE PRODUCING UCLA Film and Television Summer Institute June 25th–August 17th, 2018 The Creative Producing track allows U.S. college students to study the role of the creative producer while pursuing internships with Hollywood companies. Students study the history of the Hollywood studio system and learn

Fee waiver for International Film Festival!

Take the last chance to submit your inspiring film and documentary to this prestigious Woman Film Festival. Enter this code: WAIVERWOMAN2018 to get your deadline waiver in FilmFreeway. Valid until February 10, 2018. The International Film Festival for Women, Social Issues, and Zero Discrimination will

CineSummit’s FREE Online Filmmaking Event

CineSummit , “largest online filmmaking event in the world”, is offering a great FREE resource to the New School students: They are bringing together ASC and some of the most accomplished Cinematographers from around the world for a 3-day Online Filmmaking Event where filmmakers from around the

Course Assistantship Opportunity for Spring 2018

Projects: Motion Design A course assistant is needed for Diane Mitchell’s course, Projects: Motion Design  Candidate must demonstrate strong After Effects and Photoshop skills (some Illustrator a plus), have video and audio experience, show interest in the field of motion design, and enjoy assisting students. Interested