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Rocío Documentary Screening + Discussion

The New School Student Health Services is having a film screening of the documentary “Rocío” by Dario Guerrero along with a discussion afterward. We will be discussing topics such s immigration, accessibility to health, dynamics of family and universities, and POC presence in universities. This

Screenings at Cinema Tropical, June 25 July 9

Upcoming in the next two weeks: Cinema Tropical is presenting a special screening of the music documentary Badi on the acclaimed Brazilian guitarist Badi Assad as part of our Music+Film: Brazil series at Guild Hall in East Hampton. Check their website for more screenings and times. BADI ‘MUSIC+FILM: BRAZIL’ Wednesday, July 6, 4pm

DARK MONEY Theatrical Release in NYC

DARK MONEY, a political thriller, examines one of the greatest present threats to American democracy: the influence of untraceable corporate money on our elections and elected officials. The film takes viewers to Montana—a frontline in the fight to preserve fair elections nationwide—to follow an intrepid

Media Studies Alums Premiering Documentary at ACDF

Andrew Lewis, a 2012 Media Studies graduate, has a short experimental documentary, “Going to the Store,” premiering at the American Documentary Film Festival on Tuesday, April 10. Cinematography was done by 2014 Media Studies graduate, Gulab Singh. “GOING TO THE STORE is an experimental ‘hybrid’ documentary

SMS Faculty Member Kathleen Sweeney Collaborates as Communications Consultant with Director Helen Whitney on Her Latest PBS Documentary, “Into The Night”

SMS Faculty Member Kathleen Sweeney Collaborates as Communications Consultant with Director Helen Whitney on Her Latest PBS Documentary, “Into The Night” a  lyrical exploration of mortality. Through the lens of astrophysics, art, cryonics, near death experiences and green burials, nine individuals from all walks of

Doc Studies Alum Film Premiere!

Margaret Galbraith, a graduate of the first Documentary Studies class at the New School completed her first feature-length documentary, Stickman.  Stickman has shown in number of film festivals across the country and on Friday, March 16th, Stickman will have it’s New York Premiere at the Cinema

Editing Intern Opportunity at Disarming Films

Disarming Films is working on a feature length documentary produced by Paramount Pictures about the Women’s Movement following 3 strong female activists. They are looking for assistance with edit room tasks including using Avid to sync transcripts, subtitling footage, and researching archival. Fluent Spanish, knowledge

Internship Opportunity at Rake Films

Rake Films is an award-winning production company producing non-fiction films and multimedia stories that connect people, challenge notions and explore perspectives across the world. Take a look at their work here: rakefilms.com Rake Films is looking for a driven, sharp, fun-loving intern to join their

GIDEST Seminar, December 1—Tanya Kalmanovitch

The GIDEST lab (Graduate Institute for Design, Ethnography & Social Thought) is hosting a discussion with 2017-18 GIDEST Faculty Fellow and Associate Professor at Mannes School of Music, Tanya Kalmanovitch, of her multimedia theatrical performance “The Tar Sands Song Book.” It will take place in room 411, 63 Fifth Avenue, on Friday, December 1. Seminar participants are asked to prepare

UnionDocs looking for Spring Interns

UnionDocs is looking for intern candidates who study or work in film production, curation, or theory, with a vested interest in nonfiction media, programming, events, production, and storytelling. Since we are a small nonprofit, interns are an essential part of helping the space run smoothly.

Doc Talks Presents: Persons Of Interest

Doc Studies presents Monday, November 6 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue PERSONS OF INTEREST By Alison Maclean and Tobias Perse 2004, 63 min. Screening and Q & A with filmmaker  ALISON MACLEAN One of the significant documentaries of the 2004 Sundance

“Frank Serpico”: Free Documentary Screening

In the early 70s, NYPD undercover cop Frank Serpico blew the whistle on the corruption and payoffs then rampant in the police department. The heroism that nearly cost him his life, was immortalized in the classic film Serpico starring Al Pacino. Now in the documentary Frank Serpico, Antonino