Archive for the ‘news’ Category

IMA student Fernanda Faya’s documentary

December 13 2017No Commented

Categorized Under: news

IMA student Fernanda Faya short documentary One for the Road is being showcased as part of the Online Short Series of the San Francisco Jewish Festival website. The film, which was originally created in Prof. Kelly Anderson’s Documentary II class,  looks back at the migration of Fernanda’s grandmother as a way to find traces of Faya’s own identity. The foreign yet intimate look at NYC and its inhabitants unfolds into a visual letter as she collects images of her new surroundings.

Prof. Véronique Bernard’s film “Enter the Faun” on PBS World Channel

December 13 2017No Commented

Categorized Under: news

Prof. Véronique Bernard’s film Enter the Faun will appear on PBS World Channel’s America Reframed on December 12, at 9pm. The film documents a culmination of an intensive two-year collaboration between veteran choreographer Tamar Rogoff and Gregg Mozgala, an actor with cerebral palsy. Their creative exploration, at the intersection of science and art, led them to discover that his diagnosis and physical limitations were not necessarily fixed and immutable.

Fall 2017 IMA MFA Thesis Show

December 13 2017No Commented

Categorized Under: news, slide

Fall 2017 IMA MFA Thesis Show

projects by: Rachel Brown, Sekiya Dorsett, Nan Li and Kayoko Nakamura!

Lang Auditorium – Hunter North Building
Saturday, December 16
4:30 PM – 9:30 PM EST

IMA alumna Iva Radivojevic selected as Sundance Institute Fellow

November 27 2017No Commented

Categorized Under: news

IMA alumna Iva Radivojevic has been selected as 2017 Sundance Institute Art of Nonfiction Fellow.  Her films have screened at NYFF, SXSW, Rotterdam IFF, HotDocs, MOMA (NYC), PBS, and via The New York Times Op-Docs.

The Sundance Institute’s Art of Nonfiction Fellowship grants key creative and financial support to inventive nonfiction storytellers, encouraging the creative process of boundary-pushing. It includes an unrestricted direct-to-artist grant and a yearlong fellowship track tailored to each Fellow’s creative aspirations and challenges.