Love and The City, two films by VLADAN NIKOLIC, Dean of the School of Media Studies, will screen October 25-27 at the first Festival of American Independent Cinema in Serbia, Lake Dance. He will also be in conversation with festival programmer Nikolaj Nikitin.
Associate Professor NEYDA MARTINEZ and the Decade of Fire team recently opened the conference “For a Right to Housing from New York to Berlin” organized by the Rosa-Luxemburg-Stiftung Foundation (RLS). Facilitated and organized by RLS project manager, Kazembe Balagun, the film was made available with
MELISSA FRIEDLING, Assistant Professor of Filmmaking, has been commissioned by The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) to create videos to be featured in NYFA’s anniversary virtual benefit gala, NYFA at 50: A Celebratory Look Forward, which will be held as a virtual event on
Associate Professor of Media Studies DEIRDRE BOYLE will be a respondent for the book launch of Raya Morag’s Perpetrator Cinema: Confronting Genocide in Cambodian Documentary (Columbia University Press, 2020). This webinar on May 13, 2021 is sponsored by The Perpetrator Studies Network. Professor Morag, who
SMS Faculty Member David Lieberman Writes for Variety “What the Media’s Most Powerful Execs Were Paid in 2020: Did Pandemic Pay Cuts Have an Impact?” The analysis also examines gender disparities on their boards, pay disparities with average workers, and how well companies served their