Media Studies alum Michael Freeland recently spoke with Kelly Nosari from The New School for Public Engagement blog about the tenth anniversary of The Sparrow Film Project, an annual creative event that invites artists, directors, and writers to produce and screen short films based on
Submissions are now open for the 7th Annual Mono No Aware exhibition, to take place December 6th & 7th, 2013 at LightSpace Studios in Brooklyn, NY. Open to all artists; filmmakers, performers, poets, musicians – who incorporate Super 8mm, 16mm, 35mm or altered light projections as
The Foodie event is called The Sweet + Salty Soiree™ and this will be the first one. It’s a 2-hour event, and an intern is needed to capture the heart of the event and share those moments in about 30-45 seconds. This internship is paid
Audubon Society Public Service Announcement College Credit Internships: Film + Sound + Lighting + Editing + Actor Description: Help create a public service announcement for New York Audubon Society. Subject is mostly on migrating birds that fly over New York City distracted by city lights.
Project Imagination: a Collaboration effort from CANON, Ron Howard and Bryce Dallas Howard. Using Photographer’s shots to inspire creative geniuses to create brilliant, captivating films. https://www.longliveimagination.com/
Tuesday, March 12, 2013 7:00 p.m. Creative DIY (do-it-yourself) cultures of hacking, digital media production and networked design collaboration are creating new forms of media production, consumption and participatory culture. Filmmaker Ryan Koo will discuss DIY culture through new forms of film- and media-making and
ABOUT THE INTERNSHIP: Loki Films is currently self-distributing the independent feature-length documentary, DETROPIA, and is in-production on a new program for ESPN. Other projects may be in development at the time of the internship. We are looking for smart, dedicated, tech-savvy interns who are interested
Last Call for Entries to the 8th Annual Durango Film Festival The Final Deadline is Friday, November 30, 2012 The Festival Takes Place February 27th – March 3rd, 2013 in Durango, Colardo Featuring animated and live action shorts, documentaries, narrative features, Native American, family, LGBTQ,
MAKAPADS | Francois Vaxelaire & Sara Fusco from Focus Forward Films on Vimeo. Media Studies student Francois Vaxelaire and Sara Fusco have made it into the Semi-Finals of the GE Focus Forward Film Competition. For more information and to vote for their video, visit the Vimeo
New School graduate Heather Freudenthal (MA Media Studies 2007) runs a small, independent film series in Brooklyn called The Sunday Film Series: www.sundayfilmseries.com. The Sunday Film Series is looking for an intern who can help with various tasks in promoting, organizing and running the film
Winter Film Awards Presents 48-Hour Film Challenge 2012 What Can YOU Do In Just 48 Hours? New York, NY (October 7 2012) – WINTER FILM AWARDS, a new independent Film Festival in NYC, is pleased to challenge the local community to create a short film
Submit films and videos: To the monthly New York Filmmakers Quarterly screening series at the Little Theatre in Rochester, NY. Open to New York State filmmakers, regardless of age, education or professional status. Films must have been produced in New York State within the past two years (NB: film may have been shot elsewhere).
Film: Acoustic Where Film and Music Come Together The Modern School of Film (www.modernschooloffilm) is thrilled to announce the first three sessions of our exciting new film and music series, FILM:ACOUSTIC. Please join us for a series of one-of-a-kind screenings; films personally-selected by and discussed with
The Fair Trade documentary team is holding a short film contest. For more information, visit First http://www.fairtradeuniversities.org/film-contest/questions/ First Place Trip to Latin America with a Fair Trade documentary team $1000 Cash Prize Keurig Coffee Brewer + a year’s supply of coffee $250 Fair Trade gift card A
Deadline: September 1, 2012 3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference Cultural Analysis and Theory Department Stony Brook State University of New York Stony Brook Manhattan Campus Saturday October 13th, 2012 Keynote Lecture to be delivered by: Professor Una Chaudhuri, NYU GLOBAL LIVES The rapid changes currently
Media Studies student Hannah Fidell was recently listed in Filmmaker Magazine’s 25 New Faces of Independent Film. To view more of Hannah’s work, visit her website http://www.hannahfidell.com/