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IMA alumna Iva Radivojevic selected as Sundance Institute Fellow

November 27 2017

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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.

IMA students Katherine Machalek and Lizzie Warren’s 360/VR film

November 27 2017

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IMA students Katherine Machalek and Lizzie Warren presented a 360/VR film on grassroots activism against mining abuses in Guinea Thursday, November 16th from 6-7:30 pm at the CUNY Journalism School. The 360 video was shot in Guinea. It will provide advocates and communities with a new tool to help members of a community experience the transformation that mining can bring to their land.

Prof. Ivone Margulies at Roosevelt House

November 22 2017

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Prof. Ivone Margulies facilitates Q&A with director Alex Dean and Susan Sarandon at Bombshell: The Hedy Lamar Story at The Roosevelt House, Hunter College.  The event was a part of the Feminist Institute.

IMA alum Grayson Earle’s cryptocurrency project

November 22 2017

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IMA alum Grayson Earle collaborated with The New Inquiry to develop a free, easy-to-use application called Bail Bloc, which mines for a cryptocurrency to help disadvantaged people in New York pay for their bail bills. The project was born as a response to the prison-industrial complex, which imprisons thousands of low-income people before they are even trialed, making them lose jobs or custody of children and subjecting them to plea bargains.

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