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SMS Alumni Xuege Lillian Li and Maliymungu Muhande’s Thesis Films Both Awarded National Board of Review Student Award

Two Documentary Studies graduates’ thesis films have been awarded a National Board of Review student awards: Parklife by Xuege Lillian Li, Documentary Studies ’20, and Nine Days a Week by Maliymungu Muhande, Documentary Studies ‘ 20.  Through the Student Grant Program, The National Board of Review promotes the cinematic future by helping

Write Funny/Write Smart: Desus & Mero, 10/12

Write Funny/Write Smart: Desus & Mero  Monday, October 12, 2020 at 6:00PM EST The late-night series DESUS & MERO features Desus Nice and The Kid Mero chatting with guests and giving their take on the day’s hot topics in their signature style. Writers of the

Submit to Ruff Cuts

CALLING ALL FILMMAKERS, CONTENT CREATORS, AND VISIONARIES! It’s that time of year again to submit your visual projects to Ruff Cuts! If you are new to the scene, Ruff Cuts is a monthly event where we screen student films. A screening for students by students. To have

In Our Time: Conversations with Robert Hurwitz

IN OUR TIME: Conversations with Robert Hurwitz In Our Time is an ongoing series of wide-ranging conversations with artists whose creative lives and work have left an indelible mark in music, and arts, and culture globally. In Our Time was conceived by the longtime President

SMS Faculty Member Neyda Martinez Serving As Moderator For the Unifying to Achieve Racial and Cultural Justice Initiatives Panel

SMS Faculty Neyda Martinez is serving as a moderator on October 13 for the Unifying to Achieve Racial and Cultural Justice Initiatives panel. Conversations On Culture: Race, Myth, Art = Justice  October 6-27, 2020 https://creativejustice-initiative.org/conversations/ About this Event After the overwhelmingly positive response around our Achieving Cultural Equity

Design Caucus: Democracy x Design, October 17-18

Design Caucus organizes design activism challenges with the aim of leveraging strategic design as a driver of social change, and encouraging transdisciplinary collaboration among students in The New School. Our next design activism challenge is on October 17-18 and the topic is “How might we

What to Watch Online On Cinema Tropical This Week

Make sure not to miss the final day of our online program Music+Film: Brazil, closing with a special — and free! — nationwide stream of the ultimate Brazilian music documentary, Beyond Ipanema: Brazilian Waves in Global Music. A must-watch for lovers of Brazilian music, and of global music in general. And join us tonight