Intern, Planning and Preservation For nearly 125 years, The Municipal Art Society of New York has worked to educate and inspire New Yorkers to engage in the betterment of our city. As a non-profit advocacy organization, MAS mobilizes diverse allies to focus on issues that
Click here to apply. Position: Media Strategist Terms of Employment: Full-Time/Non-Exempt Location: New York Civil Liberties Union, 125 Broad Street, NY, NY Salary: Subject to the NYCLUs salary scale and commensurate with experience and qualifications ($57,377-$75,575) Application Deadline: Applications will be considered until the position
Office Hours with Nilla Ali BuzzFeed is the world’s leading independent digital media company, which leverages data and innovation to reach hundreds of millions of people globally with breaking news, vital journalism, quizzes, videos, celeb news, Tasty food videos, recipes, DIY hacks, and all the
South Korea’s Ministry of Culture has made a large collection of 200 Korean films from the 20th century available free online, with English subtitles. Click here to view the article.
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
Welcome to NYWIFT Talks, a new weekly series to bring updated news and vital information about the impact of COVID-19 on the media and entertainment industry. Industry professionals will be in conversation discussing what you need to know about theatrical releases, digital advances, virtual tools, festival
SMS Faculty Member David Lieberman just had his annual analysis of CEO compensation and board of director gender disparities at the top eight media companies posted via Variety. Click here to read
The New School for Social Research is excited to announce a free talk series called The Current Moment: Perspectives from the Social Sciences and Humanities. Designed to keep our community engaged over the summer, the series is open to all continuing and graduating New School
SMS Faculty Member Lana Lin Contributed to Rosa Mercedes, Collab Between Journal of Visual Culture & Harun Farocki Institut
Faculty member Lana Lin contributed to Rosa Mercedes, a collaboration between the Journal of Visual Culture and Harun Farocki Institut: https://www.harun-farocki-institut.org/en/2020/05/15/living-in-the-uncanny-journal-of-visual-culture-hafi-19-2/. The short piece was inspired by Lin’s seminar, Uncanny Appearances: Analogue Apparitions and Digital Doubles, co-taught with Jonathan Bach.
Fellowship Details The Logan Nonfiction Program offers two fellowship classes per year—one in the fall (October-December) and one in the spring (February-April). We welcome between 10-20 nonfiction writers, documentary filmmakers, photojournalists, podcasters and multimedia creators per class. Fellows are provided lodging, meals, workspace, professional guidance
2020 Call For Entries Opens Monday, May 18! The IDA Documentary Awards is the world’s most prestigious event dedicated to the documentary genre, celebrating the best nonfiction films and programs of the year. It seeks to represent excellence in the documentary field from around the
There’s still time to catch Alex Rivera and Cristina Ibarra‘s groundbreaking docu-thriller The Infiltrators in virtual cinemas across the country. Telling the stories of unjust deportation from within for-profit detention centers themselves, The Infiltrators follows a pair of radical DREAMers committed to exposing the truth of a broken system. The film is available to
The Know-How: A Career Building Workshop Series We are excited to launch our new virtual webinar series, The Know-How. In this “new normal,” the video job interview is the preferred method of hiring for many companies. Making a great impression on-camera is essential and requires specific skills.
#VirtualVibez is a digital film and music festival. Specifically, #VirtualVibez is a digital social gathering which showcases and celebrates music as well as short films by enterprising artists entangled with intriguing discourse led by keynote speakers. Our tagline is our goal. We aim to connect apart
Virtual Film Screening Event: Making An Appeal for Equity and Access During COVID-19 Followed by Live Conversations on Initiative for Change Thursday, May 21, 2020 at 7 PM EST On behalf of Filmmaker Crystal R. Emery, PhD & URU, The Right To Be, Inc., we invite you
Training for the Not-Yet: Protocols in the Making Tuesday, May 19, 2020 12– 2:00 pm EDT Vera List Center for Art and Politics The New School Via Zoom, free with registration A preview of the Vera List Center’s program cycle As for Protocols, launching in Fall
The Austin Film Festival’s regular film deadline is coming up on May 22nd and they’ve extended their final screenplay deadline to June 1st. Also, if you submit to their competitions, you automatically have the option to enter our Virtual Pitch Competition. To find out more info,
Producer of the world’s most innovative Fashion X Sustainability projects has an UNIQUE Virtual Internship Opportunity for students and graduates from Business, Marketing, Tourism, IT, Media, Journalism, and Fashion programs. The agency has worked with over a hundred universities across the five continents and trained thousands of interns from all majors and
Bowery Film Festival screens edgy, gritty, funny, and bombastic films on the Bowery in NYC. The Bowery is one of the great highways of humanity, of seething life, varied interests, fun, diverse culture, art, and rock-and-roll. Rather than conventional theaters, they screen films in the
The International Documentary Association is going to begin accepting submissions this upcoming Monday, May 18. Every year IDA presents the David L. Wolper Student Award, an award for a short or feature-length film or video, produced by registered, degree-seeking student(s). This award recognizes exceptional achievement
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS Unprecedented times call for Unprecedented Media. The School of Media Studies is collecting student work made during and in response to the pandemic. Submissions are ongoing, but if you would like your work featured in the launch, please submit a link of your
SMS Faculty Member, Sumita Chakravarty, Publishes Article, “Documenting our Time: The Paradoxes of Belonging”
SMS Faculty Member, Sumita Chakravarty, published an article for Migration Mapping titled, “Documenting our Time: The Paradoxes of Belonging.” “Ideas of home and belonging– long a staple of migration as lived reality and structure of consciousness in that home is often defined in the very
Documentary Practice and Emerging Media Course Showcase Now Live! Professor Amir Husak’s Documentary Practice and Emerging Media Course has created a showcase of their work. Explore the showcase here! About the course: How do emerging media change the way we tell non-fiction stories? What kind of challenges
We are proud to announce a special new Social Distance category for 1-5 minute short films and content. No need to be on set to make a film and put others in danger. Stay home, pick up a camera, mobile device, and tell a moving
2020 Fine Cuts is Live! Watch the trailer here Our 41st annual invitational film show is live for the first time here! Come and explore the outstanding student films selected by a panel of distinguished filmmakers. Explore the showcase here!
This week, make sure to catch the virtual theatrical release of Cristóbal León and Joaquín Cociña‘s stop-motion tour de force The Wolf House, winner of the Cinema Tropical Award for Best First Film. “A visually engrossing, reference-rich and disturbing tale” (Hollywood Reporter), The Wolf House is easily one of the most accomplished, transporting, and
Kinoscope will run on May 7, 2020. It is an online screening, so students will be provided with a 48 hour pass to view films on their own time. Username: Member052020 Password: KSAccess2020 https://kinoscope.org/
On behalf of Filmmaker Crystal R. Emery, PhD & URU, The Right To Be, Inc., we would like to invite you to our Virtual Screening Event & Conversation for Change taking place on Thursday, May 7, 2020 at 7PM ET. Join the conversation & please
Creatively Speaking Virtual Screening Pick of the Week: The Deadliest Disease in America By Filmmaker and SMS Alumni, Crystal R. Emery Thursday, May 7th at 7PM Register for the FREE Virtual Screening HERE. Be on the lookout for Creatively Speaking’s upcoming events on our social media: Instagram: @creatively_speaking Facebook: @creativelyspeaking.tv
ART • WORK • PLACE: EMERGENCY SESSION II Wednesday, May 6, 2020 7:30 pm– 9:30 pm EDT Via Zoom, free with registration Focusing on the impact of the current crisis on universities, debt organizing, mutual aid, and sharing resources, this second emergency session offers information
School of Media Studies faculty member and Emeritus Professor, Carol Wilder, published an article for Public Seminar titled, “How Long is a Football Field? The Kent State Shootings Reconsidered” for the 50th anniversary of the Kent State shootings. “In today’s climate where mass shootings are