Documentary Internship Documentary Intern needed for production company Command Performance Productions to assist the director, producers and editor of feature documentary about an Oscar-winning actor. The position is unpaid except for agreed upon supplies and equipment. Potential for pay in the future. We are seeking
Two Doc Queens: Sheila Nevins + Erin Lee Carr Known as the ‘Doyenne of Documentaries,’ Sheila Nevins has produced dozens of Oscar, Peabody, and Emmy-winning films (“When the Levees Broke,” “Citizenfour”). Nevins recently left HBO — after an incredible 38-year run — to lead MTV’s new documentary division. Erin
OLA and the School of Media Studies are pleased to present: ‘CALLE K’, a documentary by Titus Fossgard-Moser and Caroline Moser Documentary NYC Premiere ‘Calle K’ (2019) presents the transformation over 40 years of an illegal squatter settlement in Guayaquil, Ecuador. The film includes footage from
Media Management Associate Professor, Neyda Martinez co-produces Michele Rosewoman’s 35th Anniversary New Yor-Uba recording entitled, Hallowed. The new work features a Chamber Music America commissioned piece and centers the work of master Afro Cuban drummer and folklorist Roman Diaz. The CD release is accompanied by live performances at the ZINC
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Nov 4 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue GREETINGS FROM FREE FORESTS Screening and Q&A with filmmaker IAN SOROKA GRAND PRIX – DOCLISBOA – City of Lisbon Award for Best International Competition Film GRAND PRIX – DOXA Doc.
WINTER FILM AWARDS INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL showcases emerging filmmakers in all genres from around the world, with a special emphasis on highlighting the work of women and under-represented filmmakers. Submit your latest work now via FilmFreeway and use our Student discount code WFA20STDT25 to take 25% off our submission fees.
DOC Studies Reel 2019 We’re excited to share the new Doc Studies reel for 2019. The Graduate Certificate in Documentary Media Studies at The New School is an intensive one-year program in documentary cinema. It offers small, tightly focused classes in documentary production, theory and history. Each
The Award-Winning Modern-Day Migration Odyssey I’M LEAVING NOW, Open Friday, September 6 at Maysles Cinema Winner, Best Mexican Film —DocsMX Winner, Special Mention for Best Documentary —Morelia International Film Festival “Manages to give humanity to the immigration story by allowing it to encompass complex emotions
IFC Center has announced their Craft Ed. Seminars, a new, year-round educational program that will explore the craft and business of storytelling through masterclasses, case studies, and industry panels, alongside networking opportunities. Make the most of your summer holidays by learning some new skills at the next 2 events
We are seeking detail-oriented candidates who are eager to learn about the world of non-profit art institutions and documentary art, who are excited by a hands-on working environment, and are willing to take on a variety of tasks. Responsibilities include: event documentation, event planning, marketing,
New School Alumna, Lauren Belfer Doc Studies ‘10, was interviewed by ESPNW for her first feature-length documentary, Wrestle. There, they discussed the film’s production process along with privilege and race relations in both the film and within sports. To read the article: http://www.espn.com/espnw/culture/article/26480085/not-everyone-mat-level-wrestle-documentary-examines-race-privilege-high-school-sports
A digital branded series is looking for soon to be retirees that have a specific goal they’d like to pursue in their later years.
Doc Studies ’18 Alumna Joy Ernanny recently licensed footage from her documentary, “Unveil”, to the BBC. The footage was used for a BBC piece about the hijab-friendly salon where “Unveil” was shot. The BBC did a brief story about the salon and with its wide
Looking for an artist and/or animator to join our documentary’s post-production team this summer. Last year, our small team of female filmmakers set out to interview anonymous women regarding their experiences with relationship abuse, in hopes to shine a light on the subject. We were
SMS Alumn Jad-Evangelo Nasser will have is documentary, Once Upon a Color, take part in Amazon Prime Video’s All Voices Film Festival. The film has been selected to stream from June 3rd to July 3rd and has the chance to win $10,000. In order to win, the
Hard Working Movies is looking for an intern to assist in the production of a feature-length documentary about a doctor and writer. Hard Working Movies is an award-winning documentary production company based out of Brooklyn. Working with them, you’ll be exposed to many aspects of
Urban Lab Films and Bertha DocHouse will host an evening of experimental urban documentaries at Curzon Bloomsbury to open the City, Essay, Film series Link to event > http://bit.ly/cityessayfilm1 City, Essay, Film is a series of events hosted by UCL Urban Laboratory to examine the concept and
SMS Alum Joy Ernanny’s documentary “Unveil” will have it’s second NY screening at the 9th Art of Brooklyn Film Festival. The Festival is devoted to Brooklyn’s film scene and only accepts entries from films that are connected to the borough in some way. Unveil was
Please join us for series of features, presented at “Through Her Eyes: The Personal Is Political” featuring the new documentary feature by our own Media Studies part-time faculty member, Savanna Washington “Playing Frisbee in North Korea” See details below! FIND TICKETS HERE
Lynne Sachs and Lizzie Olesker’s recent documentary The Washing Society, which investigates the obscured labor within NYC’s laundromats, will be screening next week Monday 5/20 @ 7pm The Washing Society Next Week! Mon 5/20 7pm, DCTV | $8 When you drop off a bag of dirty laundry, who’s
Bite Me: A Truly Independent Journey Thursday, May 2, 2019 @ 6:30 PM Join the team behind the independent feature film Bite Me for a case study on the film’s journey and the upcoming Joyful Vampire Tour of America that will feature screenings, capes, and Vampire Balls! Bite Me is a
Chiz Schultz’s two-hour documentary on Lorraine Hansberry for PBS’ American Masters series that was broadcast this year just won a Peabody Award.
Lana Lin will be presenting a survey of her work at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London; showing a preview of her feature film, The Cancer Journals Revisited, as part of a year-long series of women and gender non-binary filmmakers at Whitechapel Gallery,
Facuty member Joel Neville Anderson’s article “Home Birth, World Cinema: Kawase Naomi’s Personal Filmmaking in Circulation” will be included in the upcoming special issue of Studies in Documentary Film, “First Person Documentary Practices in East and Southeast Asia: Performing Subjectivity, Memory Construction, and Social Intervention”
The Directors Guild of America’s application period for the 25th Annual DGA Student Film Awards for African American, Asian American, Latino and Women Directors is now open. Apply online by visiting the DGA website or clicking HERE. For more than two decades, the Student
Two students from the MS Media Management program, Eliya Raza Shamsi and Ponvishal Chidambaranathan have launched a Kickstarter Campaign to fund a digital production house. With this initiative, they want to tell stories of rural communities in India and Pakistan through authentic and more representative
You are all invited to an upcoming screening of Anayansi Prado and Heather Courtney’s documentary, “THE UNAFRAID” (2018). The film will be screened on Saturday, April 27th, 6:00 pm at NYU’s King Juan Carlos Center (KJCC). “THE UNAFRAID” is a feature-length documentary that follows the
Roundtable April 10 6:30PM-8:00PM Roundtable with Grupo Fantasma (**New Location KJCC Rm. 324**) CLACS presents a conversation with members of Grammy Award Winning Grupo Fantasma, moderated by Dylon Robbins. Grupo Fantasma will speak about the release of their new albumAmerican Music Vol. VII. Read more/RSVP
The Battle for The Soul of New York is a documentary about the great local NYC businesses that make New York what it is. Famous classic places and plucky upstarts, mom n pop shops and businesses of all shapes and sizes tell their stories. Are these
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