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End of Semester Film Festival

Hunter Student Film and Media Guild will be holding an End of Semester Film Festival and are now taking submissions until December 10th.
The event will be held on December 17th (Fri) at 7pm in the Lang Recital Hall.

The categories of possible submissions are as follows:
Film Production I (FILMP 251), Film Production II (FILMP 352), Cinematography (FILMP381), Portable Video Production (MEDP 281), Documentary Production (MEDP 311), Animation (MEDP 299.25 & MEDP 399.14), and wel also take Works-in-Progress and films shot outside of class as long as they are under 15 minutes.
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EYEspeak presents: Augment Audio’s Awesomeness

Augment Audio’s Awesomeness

Listening session and radio production 101: field recording and editing
Led by: Tennessee Watson

Saturday, November 6th 1-4pm
Grad Computer Lab (544 HN)

Are you interested in making audio pieces for radio or podcast? Bring in your audio equipment (mics and recorders) or experiment with my gear. We’ll listen to some of my favorite audio pieces covering a range of styles and then break them down and think about how they were made. Then we’ll do some hands on field recording and audio editing exercises. I’ll be freshly back from the Third Coast Audio Documentary Festival with lots of new tricks up my sleeve.


Part of Hunter College REEL DIALOGUE SERIES

Wednesday, Nov 3rd 7pm
Lang Recital Hall, 4th floor Hunter North building
(Enter 69th St between Lexington and Park ave)
Filmmakers will be present.

Using never seen archival footage, and interviews in the United States and South Africa, filmmakers Larry Shore and Tami Gold tell the unknown story of Robert Kennedy’s 1966 visit to South Africa during the worst years of the apartheid.

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