Posts Tagged 'films'

Street Views screening in Rooftop Films

May 7 2014No Commented

Categorized Under: news

IMA student Annie Berman’s experimental film, Street Views, will be part of Rooftop Films, a summer film festival that features many short films in stunning outdoor venues. Street Views is a film created entirely within Google, that is a somnambulist tour defying natural laws of perspective, time and continuity.


Netherlands Media Students to Take 14-Day Program at Hunter

February 5 2013No Commented

Categorized Under: slide, upcoming news


Netherlands Media Students to Take 14-Day Program at Hunter
Seventeen students from a top-ranked university in the Netherlands will hone their skills in media arts during a 14-day program at Hunter College, sponsored by the Department of Film and Media Studies. The students will be led by John Driedonks, and Hunter graduate Brian Maston, who earned a Hunter BA in Film (2003) and now teaches as a senior lecturer in Film and Media Studies at the Hogeschool Utrecht—the Utrecht University of Applied Sciences. This marks the third year for the program.

IMA Student Daniel Phelps screens 3D Short “The Alley”

April 21 2010No Commented

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“The Alley” (Independent 3D Short)

Saturday, May 1, 2010 at 7:00PM
Location: The Crosby Screening Room
(79 Crosby St.inside The Crosby Hotel)

This 3D short was recently showcased at the Museum of Natural History’s annual NYSS event. It was chosen by the New York Stereoscopic Society as part of their first stereoscopic projection. BEFILM is proud to present the festivals only “live action” 3D short. Shot exclusively on a proprietary camera designs built by Daniel Phelps, “The Alley” presents a slice of fun and excitement in Dolby Digital Cinema Projection. “The Alley” (2min), 3D, Dir. Daniel Phelps (USA)

www.befilm.net/schedule.html

IMA Alumna Vandana Sood’s Thesis project

April 16 2010No Commented

Categorized Under: news

Worldfocus has published a driver profile of Vandana Sood’s thesis project “The Taxi Takes”.

The Taxi Takes’, Vandana Sood’s thesis project got selected to screen at Columbia University.

She will be presenting at the Peace and Justice Education Conference on the 17th and GiSCA (Global Initiative for Social Change and the Arts) Palooza is on the 23rd, an evening of performance art, film, visual art, music, discussion etc

Peace and Justice Education Conference,Teachers College, Columbia University: April 16th and 17th, 2010
Registration is Free! To register and view the schedule of conference
sessions go to: http://peaceandjusticeconference.eventbrite.com/