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Faculty Member Joel Neville Anderson has Article Published in Studies in Documentary Film

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”

“Dis-Ease Film Screening with Mariam Ghani” at the Graduate Center CUNY, April 5th @ 6:30pm

Join us Friday, April 5th at 6:30 PM in Elebash Recital Hall for a film screening of Dis-Ease with Mariam Ghani followed by a panel discussion with the filmmaker and her team of graduate research assistants Harry Blain, Juliana Broad, Eileen Clancy, Jacob Clary, Josh LaMore, Christian Lewis, and Dilara O’Neil. Free and open to the public. Click here to RSVP. Dis-Ease Film Screening with Mariam Ghani

DOC TALK: Collaboration, Community, and Formally Adventurous Documentary with Christopher Allen, April 8

DOC STUDIES PRESENTS: Union Docs: Collaboration, Community, and Formally Adventurous Documentary Monday, Apr 8 at 1 PM Kellen Auditorium, Ground Floor, 66 Fifth Avenue UnionDocs: Collaboration, Community, and Formally Adventurous Documentary Screening and Conversation with CHRISTOPHER ALLEN, Founder and Executive Artistic Director “Brave cinema can only exist

Submit Short Films for the AT&T Film Awards

Submittable connects artists with opportunities and organizations with artists. Submittable has partnered with the AT&T Film Awards this spring, accepting short film submissions through May 5. Now in its 6th edition, the AT&T Film Awards shines light on emerging creators from across the US, offering awards for short films

Call for NFFTY 2019

NFFTY Early Deadline is April 12 2019 Dates and Entry Fees February 15 | Submission Open April 12 | Early Deadline | $30 May 17 | Mid Deadline | $35 June 14 | Regular Deadline | $45 July 12 | Final Deadline | $55 September 3 | Notification Date

This Week in Cinema Tropical, March 11 — 18

This week, experience the sights and sounds of the Caribbean with several Caribbean-focused programs, plus many others. First, join us this Thursday at Anthology Film Archives for a screening of Noelí Overseas  from Dominican filmmaker Laura Amelia Guzmánand Mexico’s Israel Cárdenas. A perfect companion to the filmmakers’ acclaimed Sand Dollars and weaving a

Hard Working Movies Seeks Intern

Documentary director at Hard Working Movies is looking for an office intern to join the team! This is an opportunity to work closely with a director as she finishes her next documentary feature film. The internship is part-time with a stipend to cover travel and meal expenses.

Deadline Approaching for FLMTQ Talents

FLMTQ Talents is a new initiative that aims to discover and distribute daring works from new filmmakers around the globe.  Selected projects will receive one-year of digital distribution on Filmatique. In its inaugural year, the curators of art-house distribution platform Filmatique will screen 5 selected features and 10 shorts in

This Week on Cinema Tropical January 28 — February 4

It’s a special time of year for tropicalistas! This week, Cinema Tropical – in partnership with the Museum of the Moving Image—is thrilled to present five special screenings of the winning films from this year’s Cinema Tropical Awards. Join us from Friday to Sunday to celebrate the best Latin American cinema of

February on Filmatique: My French Film Festival II

Filmatique’s My French Film Festival II Series continues with Black Tide,Èrick Zonca’s Parisian noir in which a washed-up detective, played with aplomb by Vincent Cassel, conducts an investigation that seems to always lead back to himself. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.

December on Filmatique: New Asian Voices II

Filmatique’s New Asian Voices II Series continues withSanjeewa Pushpakumara’s stark and poetic Burning Birds, a story of female fortitude against the extrajudicial political violence of Sri Lanka’s civil war. To watch our current releases click here.  Membership required.   FLMTQ membership is $4.95/month.  First month free.