Posts Tagged 'Workshop'

Free workshop: “How to Get Your Films & Docs into Festivals”

October 18 2017No Commented

Categorized Under: news

WillifestJoin us for a free workshop:

How to Get Your Films & Documentaries into Festivals
Thursday, Oct. 19 at 2:30PM
Hunter North 502

Made possible by Michael Helman & Williamsburg Film Festival







F&M Hunter College students, faculty and staff at YouTube University

October 1 2015No Commented

Categorized Under: news, slide

youtubeEventOn October 1st, the Hunter College Film and Media Studies students, faculty and staff joined other colleges from the New York City area at the YouTube headquarters in Chelsea for a workshop on how to start a YouTube channel and leverage an online presence. YouTube’s Content Partnership Team and a panel of five media creators talked about the opportunities this platform has to offer, and shared their insider experiences and strategies used to develop their productions. Hunter’s enthusiasm and energy was felt all around the room and welcomed by the YouTube staff and the other participants.

The Domino Effect screening at the Cities & Citizenship Conference

March 5 2014No Commented

Categorized Under: news

IMA alumni Megan Sperry and Daniel Phelps will be screening The Domino Effect at the Cities & Citizenship Conference. The conference is part of the Goethe-Institut’s Weltstadt: Who Creates the City? project, taking place in major cities around the world and culminating in a conference in Berlin in May. The Domino Effect will be opening the conference on Thursday March 13th at 7:00PM with a panel discussion to follow. On the following Saturday, the 15th, Megan Sperry will be conducting her workshop, Community Organizing, Communications and Documentary Filmmaking from 12:00-1:00PM.

Želimir Žilnik Screening and Workshop

October 11 2013No Commented

Categorized Under: event, news, upcoming news

On Monday October 28th from 6:30-9:00PM, Želmir Žilnik will host a free screening and workshop. It will be open to IMA students in Hunter North 502 (space is limited).

Since 1997 Žilnik has taught workshops for film students around the world. His unusual working style often uses a combination of making a documentary as research and using the results to create his own version of ‘docu-drama’.

To see his full filmography