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IMA alum Bryan Urbsaitis’ screenings

February 23 2017

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IMA alum Bryan Urbsaitis will be screening his documentary “Men In Heels” at Hanoi International Queer Film Festival from April 2 to April 8.  The film has previously been screened in NYC.

Prof. Tami Gold presenting at THINK/POINT/SHOOT panel

February 21 2017

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TamibookProf. Tami Gold along with other documentary filmmakers will be presenting at THINK/POINT/SHOOT panel. This panel will bring together documentarians to discuss the role of ethics in modern media creation. They will screen excerpts of their work and discuss critical issues in all stages of media creation from preproduction research and development to production, post production and distribution. The panelists have all contributed to the recently published book THINK/POINT/SHOOT.

THINK/POINT/SHOOT Panel

by CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
Wed, March 29, 2017
6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT

Prof. Véronique Bernard’s documentary film premieres on PBS America Reframed

February 17 2017

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Prof. Véronique Bernard’s documentary film ENTER THE FAUN will premiere on PBS America Reframed at 8pm on March 28. See Press release: http://worldchannel.org/programs/episode/arf-s5-504-enter-faun/

Prof. Tami Gold presenting at Film Lab

February 17 2017

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Prof. Tami Gold will be presenting at Film Lab 2017. She is a Filmaker, Educator and Artist who will be the Lab’s first Industry Spotlight of 2017, Rising Up Angry: Filmmaking for Social Justice. Prof. Gold will share clips and stories from two films: Every Mother’s Son, about three women who lose their sons to police violence and unite for justice and change, and Puzzles, about a hate crime in a gay bar in Massachusetts and the correlation between American economic desperation and homophobia, intolerance, and, ultimately, violence. There will be an open Q&A and opportunities for networking!

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