The School of Media Studies Documentary Studies program will be featured at this year’s (Online) DOC NYC, with four films by the last year’s graduate filmmakers in the ‘University Showcase‘. Kudos to our outstanding students Amrit Cheng, Maliyamungu Muhande, Claire Haughey and Lillian Xuege Li whose … Read More »
The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD) announces the appointment of Terry Skoda as Interim Director, effective immediately, and the election of two new members to its Board of Trustees—art collector and entrepreneur Lorin Gu and art enthusiast and philanthropist Alexander Mason Hankin. Since joining … Read More »
School of Media Studies 2020 Documentary graduates’ thesis films have been awarded a National Board of Review student awards: Parklife by Xuege Lillian Li, and Nine Days a Week by Maliymungu Muhande.
Ponvishal Chidambaranathan, Media Management ’20, created and produced an interactive VR film “Dreams of Color” that won an award at the 7th edition of the AT&T Film Awards. His film explores the different degrees of self-introspection of the current international students’ revised American dream.
The Hirshon Residency was conducted online because of the Covid 19 pandemic. One of the most distinctive voices of the independent film movement of the last 20+ years, Mary Harron made her debut as a feature-film writer / director in 1996 with I Shot Andy … Read More »
https://www.unprecedentedmedia.com/ Since the global pandemic hit, many have called these times “unprecedented.” Perhaps it is not so much our time that is unprecedented as the need for media forms to arise in response to ongoing crises. From all over the globe, with only the resources they have on hand, in solitude … Read More »
FINE CUTS 2020 , the 41st Annual New School Film Show, a showcase of juried student films, launches online during the Coronavirus Pandemic:
After premiering at the prestigious International Documentary Film Festival in Amsterdam (IDFA), Media Studies alum Marija Stojnic will screen her award-winning feature documentary Speak So I can Hear You at the Museum of Modern Art’s Documentary Fortnight on February 13 at 6:30 pm and 16 … Read More »
Four films by last year’s graduate filmmakers are featured in the ‘University Showcase‘ DOC NYC Festival’s presentation on Friday, Nov 8th, 12:15pm at Cinepolis Chelsea.
Microsoft’s president Brad Smith in conversation with Trevor Noah, bestselling author, world-famous standup comedian, and host of the Daily Show, discussing Tools and Weapons and how the world should navigate the vast potential and existential risks of our digital world; co-sponsored by Strand Books and the … Read More »
“In this poetic, experimental rumination on Audre Lorde’s work, a chorus of current and former breast cancer patients read aloud and react to the poet’s words. Their responses and the stories they share are candid, cathartic messages about what it means to be a woman … Read More »
Help us congratulate our 2018-2019 Graduate student award winners. Our faculty and program directors have selected an amazing group of graduates to represent the department. The awards are for Student Speakers, Distinguished Thesis (MA), Outstanding Capstone (MS), and Student Service – which is given to … Read More »
Raoul Peck held Master classes for Media Studies students, as well as screenings and lectures at The New School as part of his Hirshon residency. Raoul Peck is one of the most significant and prolific filmmakers of our time. He has been richly rewarded for his … Read More »
TANYA TOFT AG, MA Media Studies ‘11, edited the anthology Digital Dynamics in Nordic Contemporary Art, (Intellect, 2019) – the book’s US launch will be at Scandinavia House in New York City, 23 February 2019. Offering an in-depth exploration of art’s contingent evolution with technology and digital … Read More »
Faculty Member and experimental filmmaker Joel Schlemowitz’s book, Experimental Filmmaking and the Motion Picture Camera has been published by Routledge Press. The book is an introductory guide to experimental filmmaking, surveying the practical methods of experimental film production as well as the history, theory and aesthetics … Read More »
Programmed: Rules, Codes, and Choreographies in Art, 1965–2018 establishes connections between works of art based on instructions, spanning over fifty years of conceptual, video, and computational art. The pieces in the exhibition are all “programmed” using instructions, sets of rules, and code, but they also address … Read More »
The documentary “A Call for Peace“ edited by Faculty member Rafael Parra, was screened at the UN on December 4th. Through a series of in-depth interviews with leading global peace negotiators, Foreign Ministers and world-renowned diplomats, the documentary uncovers the importance of human respect and … Read More »
Andres Bayona, Media Management ’17 recently wrote a piece for Forbes Mexico entitled “El rol del gobierno en la era digital” (The role of government in the digital age). In his piece he discusses the old structure of political control in which there was a barrier of communication … Read More »
The Sundance Institute announced the four filmmakers and six grantees who comprise the 2018 Art of Nonfiction program. Launched in 2018, Art of Nonfiction is the Institutes’s program “working at the vanguard of inventive artistic practice in story, craft and form.” Jem Cohen. Filmmaker/photographer/multi-media artist … Read More »
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The MA in Media Studies gives students experience in creative media making, critical analysis, and entrepreneurialism. The Media Management MS offers the practical experience you need to succeed in today's media industries. The Documentary Studies Certificate program provides an opportunity to study documentary filmmaking in a small, tightly focused program. The Media Management Certificate Program provides a strong foundation of management principles and leadership skills to find work in the ever-changing global media landscape.