For more than two decades, the Student Film Awards have spotlighted dozens of African American, Asian American, Latino, and Women filmmakers. Winners of the DGA Student Film Awards in each category will receive a $2,500 prize from the DGA and have their films screened in
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
Film Screening September 16, 2019 6:30pm-8:00pm Indocumentales – The Other Side of the Wall The Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University (CLACS), Cinema Tropical, and the World Council of Peoples for the United Nations / What Moves You?, present a screening
CINEMA TROPICAL SCREENINGS: – The Other Side of the Wall Website – Amazonia: The Awakening of Florestania Website – ‘Urbanworld Film Festival’ Website OTHER SCREENINGS AND FESTIVALS:Website – Disobedience Website – Zuza Homem de Jazz Website – Cantinflas Website – Tranny Fag Website – The Prosecutors Website – Desperado Website – ‘Nova Frontier Film Festival’ Website
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Sep 23 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue ECOLOGIES OF CARE Screening and Q&A with artist and filmmaker ANGELA ANDERSON Join us for the first Doc Talk of this fall with two films by Berlin based artist and
DOC STUDIES PRESENTS @tnsdocstudies Monday, Oct 7 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue “1999” Screening and Q&A with filmmaker SAMARA CHADWICK “1999 is one of the most haunting documentaries I’ve ever seen… a philosophical meditation on memory, sorrow, uncertainty, adolescence, and rebellion” –
THE OTHER SIDE OF THE WALL (Al otro lado del muro, Pau Ortiz, Mexico/Spain, 2017, 68 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) Winner of the Best International Documentary Award at the Hot Doc Film Festival and the Chicago Film Festival, The Other Side of the Wall tells
There’s a full lineup of Latin American films playing in New York this week: Shot over two years in the heart of Brooklyn’s immigrant community, I’m Leaving Now is a searingly intimate portrait of one undocumented worker on the margins. A blend of documentary with some fictional
RUFF CUTS I: CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS 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.
“Poignant… An unvarnished look at the life of a man supporting the family he left behind in Mexico.” —Ben Keningsberg, The New York Times “[It] does what films like this are supposed to do: bring us close, and open our eyes.” —Michael Atkinson, The Progressive “A small gem
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.
Believing that it’s never too late, newly widowed Edie (Sheila Hancock) embarks on a trip to the Scottish Highlands to fulfill her dream of climbing the intimidating Mt. Suilven, striking up a friendship with a young climber along the way. The Film: https://www.musicboxfilms.com/film/edie/ Watch the
Images Festival’s 2020 Call for Submissions is currently open. We are currently accepting ON SCREEN and ON SCREEN for STUDENTS Submissions. The deadline for this category is October 14, 2019. We encourage students to apply, please note that the entry fee is waived for students! All guidelines and
School of Media Studies faculty member, Jem Cohen was commissioned by the Criterion Channel to create a new film, Makeshift for Mekas, and assist in programming in homage to filmmaker Jonas Mekas. It will be available on the Criterion Channel starting this fall.
PART-TIME FALL INTERNSHIP FOR STUDENT: CINEMA TROPICAL Cinema Tropical — a non-profit media arts organization dedicated to the programming, promotion, and distribution of Latin American cinema in the United States — is seeking an intern to work twice a week at our office in downtown
I’M LEAVING NOW / YA ME VOY A film by Lindsey Cordero, Armando Croda (Mexico/USA, 2019, 75 min. In Spanish with English subtitles) The film follows Felipe, an undocumented Mexican immigrant, who has reached a crossroads: after 16 years in Brooklyn, working three low-paying jobs
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
Current NYU alumni have started an exciting project named CineCina, a film festival in NYC. The inaugural CineCina festival, which took place between April 5th and April 19th, 2019, screened 22 Chinese art-house films to exhibit and promote Chinese-language cinema in New York City. Acclaimed
In honor of Labor Day Long Weekend, we’re here to provide a special double feature of all Latin American film screenings happening in the next two weeks. This Saturday head up to the New York Botanical Garden for the next installment of our ‘Cinema Brasileiro’ film series. We’re pleased to
This post is part of the SMS Advising Series for New Students. All posts are designed and curated to make the lives of newly admitted students much easier. From academic resources to having a social life in NYC, we want to make sure that our
The School of Media Studies was featured as one of eight top film schools in the country for our programs in a film production certificate, which covers directing, cinematography, editing and producing. Continue reading the full story here.
SVA’s After School Special Screenings Return Sept. 18 Featuring some of School of Visual Arts’ most accomplished film, TV, animation, and visual effects alumni, the After School Special festival runs Sept. 18-22 at the SVA Theatre, with screenings, premieres of new work, and behind-the-scenes looks at cinema and television hits and classics (including Spider-Man: Into
2019 SUMMER SERIES CONTINUES WITH THE WORLD PREMIERE OF “SUM OF US” directed by Anthony Meindl and starring Isidora Goreshter (Shameless), Kevin Csolak (Mean Girls on Broadway), Chad James Buchanan (INHUMANS, Star), Brianne Howey (I’m Dying Up Here, The Passage) and Emma Kenney (Shameless, Roseanne). Sum of Us
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
CASTING OFFICE – FILM/ADVERTISING/RESEARCH – INTERNSHIP JV8 INC is a casting agency that casts actors, real people and models for film, television and advertising projects This is an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in film, casting, journalism, pop culture, humans and discovering new talent. Internship
I’m a journalism student in an era of closing newsrooms, ‘fake news.’ But I still want in. In an op-ed published this week by USA Today, Allison Weis (pictured above), a rising junior and journalist at Syracuse University, writes that “the unpaid internships, low salaries and relentless assaults by our
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,
Film school graduates are seeking submissions for an independent short film. This opportunity is an independent micro-budget film projection being organized by graduates trying to fund a feature film called “We’re Just Here to Swim”.
LA FLOR A film by Mariano Llinás A decade in the making, Mariano Llinás’s La Flor is an unrepeatable labor of love and madness that redefines the concept of binge viewing. The director himself shows up at the start to preview the six episodes that await, each starring