Movie of the Week: The Journey by Sarah Annor

In her film, The Journey, Sarah Annor takes us on a journey through her life and the people and places that she encounters. Sarah’s film is about how life can be hard and acknowledges that it is an unexpected journey.  Sarah reflects, “You can always overcome the hardships you’ll go through.” In her film, she features people … More Movie of the Week: The Journey by Sarah Annor

Movie of the Week: The Invasion of the Culture Snatchers by Jaire Marshall

“The Invasion of the Culture Snatchers” by Jaire Marshall is a witty short film about a college student that returns to his neighborhood for summer break, but something has changed. The bodega is now under new management who has ulterior motives for the neighborhood. “How can I take your order broski?” “Uh… can I get … More Movie of the Week: The Invasion of the Culture Snatchers by Jaire Marshall

Movie of The Week: Milk & Eggs (don’t mix) by Pearl Scott

“Milk & Eggs (don’t mix)” by Pearl Scott is about two girls who get summer jobs working the night shift at a grocery store. On their first day, however, they start off on the wrong foot. These negative first impressions fuel resentment, setting the stage for a long, insufferable summer. “OH NO NO NO!” “Don’t worry … More Movie of The Week: Milk & Eggs (don’t mix) by Pearl Scott

Movie of the Week: Who is it? by Marcus Cochran

“Who is it?” by Marcus Cochran is a surreal look into the depths of a man with Dissociative Identity Disorder who receives a surprise birthday visit from his estranged father. But why, after 17 years, does he come back? (Mentor: Mark DiStefano). “Just my luck… getting stuck with a freak for a son!” “Who is … More Movie of the Week: Who is it? by Marcus Cochran

Movie of The Week: When Two Ends Meet by Deborah Miller

“When Two End Meets” by Deborah Miller tells the story of two couples who experience domestic violence. The victims meet by chance and find themselves on a journey to help each other heal (Mentor: Anaiis Cisco). “Does that seem like love to you?”  As they gain courage with one another to start a difficult conversation … More Movie of The Week: When Two Ends Meet by Deborah Miller

Movie of the week: One Thousand by Gabriel Fanelli

“One Thousand” by Gabriel Fanelli is a riveting film of a teenager who tries to find closure for the death of his friend, but a stubborn thrift shop owner stands in his way. The story delves into a character that confronts his sorrow over a friend’s death. The protagonist takes great lengths to find a … More Movie of the week: One Thousand by Gabriel Fanelli

2019 Summer Lab – Experimental Filmmaking

In this unique lab, students are able to dive into classic experimental films from the 20th century and equip themselves with the tools they learned when observing these masterpieces, in order to apply it to their own experimental films. One of the main themes that the students are constantly considering, is how they can use … More 2019 Summer Lab – Experimental Filmmaking

Reel Impact – Viacom Presentation

During the Reel Impact Internship, the participants were able to pinpoint social issue(s) that their documentaries have touched on, and how to most effectively elaborate on the them, along with maximizing their reach to their chosen target audience. This was expressed through their social media campaigns, and adobe spark websites. All the hard work put … More Reel Impact – Viacom Presentation