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IMA alum Nathan Fitch’s film is nominated at Guam International Film Festival

September 25 2017No Commented

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IMA alum Nathan Fitch’s film Island Soldier is nominated for the Grand Jury Award at the Guam International Film Festival.

Island Soldier follows the personal stories of Micronesian soldiers serving in the U.S. military, accompanying them from the most remote islands in the Pacific to the front lines of war in Afghanistan. The film humanizes the repercussions of America’s foreign wars, and the changing of a small island nation caught in tide of international politics and on the brink of economic collapse.

IMA student Nathan Fitch featured on the Huffington Post and NYT

April 24 2014No Commented

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IMA student Nathan Fitch was featured both in the Huffington Post and the New York Times for The Deadly Cost of Fashion, a documentary which focuses on the most deadliest disaster in Garment industry history: the collapse of Rana Plaza in Bangladesh which killed more than 1,100 workers and injured around 2,500.

IMA student Nathan Fitch wins second place in POYi

February 26 2014No Commented

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IMA student Nathan Fitch’s Coney Island’s Post Sandy Struggles, won second place in the Picture of the Year International contest. The short documentary sheds light on how residents of Coney Island still struggle weeks after Sandy without basic necessities.

“The Cost of Fashion” projected at Lincoln Center

February 19 2014No Commented

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IMA students Nathan Fitch, Tennesse Watson, alum Grayson Earle and FM student Jesse Reyes projected the Rana Plaza’s collapse upon one of the walls of the Lincoln Center during Fashion Week.

The Rana Plaza was a clothing factory that collapsed in Bangladesh killing thousands of workers and leaving many others injured. Protests began when stores like Walmart, JCPenney and Mango have failed to compensate the victims of the disaster.