is the IMA MFA Program Director. A narrative filmmaker and entertainment lawyer, Andrew Lund recently produced and co-edited the feature film Brief Reunion, which was distributed internationally on television, VOD, and digital outlets following theatrical exhibition in New York and LA, and a successful festival run, including the award for best narrative film from the University Film and Video Association (UFVA) and the audience award for best film at the Gotham International Film Festival. My Last Day Without You, on which Andrew served as a producer, was also recently released theatrically after winning top producing honors at the Brooklyn International Film Festival. Andrew is the Executive Producer of nine feature films that tackle social and political issues, including The Hungry Ghosts, written and directed by Michael Imperioli; Vanaja, named by Roger Ebert as one of the top five foreign films of 2007, and Arranged, an international hit that Variety called “a pure pleasure to watch.” Andrew is currently producing and writing the screenplay for Mocking Justice, a narrative feature based on Vermont’s 1970’s culture wars. (read more
is the IMA MFA Program Coordinator. She is dedicated to supporting the program to continue on it’s upward path to greatness. She is a graduate of Cooper Union where she studied Art and The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies where she studied documentary photography in Maine. She continues to work as a freelance photographer and audio/video producer and she is always game to start a dance party. Any questions you have about the program, contact her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
David Pavlosky (’15) is an independent multimedia producer, director, editor, and educator based in New York City. His work covers a wide range of subjects, but themes of social justice and human relations are common among his films. He has served as a media consultant for organizations as varied as the Center for Constitutional Rights, Friends House New York City, the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Hunter College Dance Program, and the Hunter College Theatre Department.
Felipe Hernandez manages the website for the IMA/MFA program. He is an emerging media professional with a liberal arts education that aims to merge computer programming, technology and arts. He graduated from the Media Studies program at Hunter College – CUNY, and provides freelance work assisting web developers and interdisciplinary artists.
For program inquiries, please contact Natalie at: email@example.com
IMA MFA Graduate Committee
The IMA MFA Graduate Committee governs the operations of the program. It consists of the Program Director and four full-time faculty members elected by the entire Film and Media Studies Department faculty for two-year terms. The Graduate Committee meets at least once per month to formulate program policies and procedures, covering curriculum, advisement, program resources, student fellowships, admissions, and alumni relations. The Graduate Committee develops strategic program goals and long-term implementation plans for improving the IMA Program. The Graduate Committee also makes recommendations to the Film and Media Studies Department and to the College concerning issues that impact the program. Graduate Committee meetings are frequently open to other IMA Program Faculty and IMA student representatives. If you are interested in participating in a Graduate Committee meeting please contact the Program Coordinator.
The members of the 2016-2017 Graduate Committee are:
Student and Alumni Team Members
Esy Casey (’12)
is IMA’s graphic designer. Her work has been exhibited and published internationally in COLORS Magazine and the SHOW ME HOW
series, winner of the HOW Magazine International Design Award. Her films with Sarah Friedland have been featured on the sites of Filmmaker and Art Asia Pacific Magazine, and her documentary feature JEEPNEY
will air on PBS next year.
Sha Sha Feng (’07)
combines the best of both the arts and technology to develop socially conscious media. She is a multimedia programmer and designer. She is also an IMA alumna and teaches both in the IMA program and the undergrad program.
Dylan Gauthier (’11)
is an artist and graduate of the IMA program. He created this website and now works at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute at Hunter College, (where we held our Fall 2013 thesis show, and more events to come). He also co-teaches the cross-listed course ‘Media + Policy + Rights in the Digital Age’ with Marty Lucas, as well as other courses in the Film & Media Department.
Annie Berman (’14)
A current IMA MFA candidate, Annie Berman is an interdisciplinary media artist and educator whose background in photography and psychology inspires work about visual culture, religion, and the changing media landscape. She is currently completing the feature film The Faithful: the king, the pope, the princess
. Her past work has screened and exhibited at festivals, galleries, and universities, including the Harvard Film Center, Anthology Film Archives, and UnionDocs. Annie teaches transmedia and filmmaking, and consults on social media strategies for artists.
Grayson Earle (’13)
like Dylan and Esy is a graduate of the IMA program. He currently teaches Physical Computing for the IMA program. In his spare time he enjoys creating public interventions
and government haiku
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