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SNEAK PREVIEW SCREENING OF “SLEEP DEALER,” ALEX RIVERA’S AWARD-WINNING FILM

December 2 2008

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SNEAK PREVIEW SCREENING OF “SLEEP DEALER,” ALEX RIVERA’S AWARD-WINNING FILM

Tuesday, December 2, 2008
7 PM

Lang Recital Hall

North Building, N424


The Department of Film and Media Studies is proud to present Alex Rivera’s award-winning film, followed by a Q & A session with the director, a New York-based digital media artist and filmmaker. Rivera’s work, which addresses concerns of the Latino community through a language of humor, satire, and metaphor, has also been screened at the Berlin International Film Festival, New Directors/New Films, The Guggenheim Museum, PBS, Telluride, and other international venues.Admission to the screening is free and open to the Hunter community, and it is part of a three-day intensive workshop conducted by Rivera at Hunter, where students will explore alternative strategies for the creation and development of story concepts. The screening and workshop were made possible by a grant from the Winston Foundation.

Poster (PDF)

Web Production II Presents – Storywalk

November 8 2008

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Web Production II students collaborate with Eyebeam Artists Andrea Polli and Christina Kral. They presented the Storywalk project at Eyebeam and ESC Electronic Social Club

 StoryWalk
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Tracy Neiman is one of three winners of the 1st Murray Kempton Awards for Journalism

September 8 2008

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Tracy Neiman is one of three winners of the 1st Murray Kempton Awards for Journalism. Her story for the Envoy, “Why Ly Ky Tran is Relaying for Life,” was honored as the year’s best feature story.

Four Hunter student films were selected for the NEXT GEN NYC showcase at the Independent Filmmakers Market in New York this September. This is a highly competitive showcase, where students’ films from across CUNY were selected.

Film industry and filmmakers from across the country are given the opportunity to network at this market. The Hunter filmmakers represented both graduate and undergraduate students, as well as documentary and narrative.

The work showcased:

FIELD GUIDE TO A NEW ENGLAND LIFE
Dir. Kalim Armstrong
Documentary, 12mins

FREMENTE
Dir. Jenny Byrne
Narrative, 8mins

STRAYS
Dir. Laura Melillo
Narrative, 19mins

STREET SUPREME
Dir. Micah Bochart
Documentary, 10mins

Why Ly Ky Tran is Relaying for Life Article

Next Gen NYC Features Hunter Students

August 2 2008

Categorized Under: news

Four Hunter student films were selected for the NEXT GEN NYC showcase at the Independent Filmmakers Market in New York this September. This is a highly competitive showcase, where students’ films from across CUNY were selected.

Film industry and filmmakers from across the country are given the opportunity to network at this market. The Hunter filmmakers represented both graduate and undergraduate students, as well as documentary and narrative.

The work showcased:

FIELD GUIDE TO A NEW ENGLAND LIFE
Dir. Kalim Armstrong
Documentary, 12mins

FREMENTE
Dir. Jenny Byrne
Narrative, 8mins

STRAYS
Dir. Laura Melillo
Narrative, 19mins

STREET SUPREME
Dir. Micah Bochart
Documentary, 10mins

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