IMA student Jeremy Levine’s feature doc For Ahkeem will be screening at BAM and Village East Cinema. He co-directed and workshopped it in one of Prof. Andrew Lund’s classes. The film is a coming-of-age drama against the backdrop of Ferguson. BAM Rose Cinemas – Opening Oct. 13 – Tickets 10/13 7 pm: Film team Q&A
IMA alumna Annie Berman’s short film Of Birds and Boundaries will be screening at the 3rd Annual Women’s Film Series at the Bronx Documentary Center. Bronx Documentary Center – Friday, October 6th at 7PM The short is an animated documentary that tells the story of ‘Marty’, a 25-year-old Hasidic family man in Brooklyn who finds
The fall 2017 issue of the Vassar Review features images and text from IMA Prof. Andrew Demirjian
Prof. Ricardo Miranda will be presenting his work at Art in Odd Places 2017: SENSE October 12-15 14th Street from Ave. C to the Hudson River Curated by Nicolás Dumit Estévez Raful with Rocío Aranda-Alvarado (El Museo del Barrio) and Jodi Waynberg (Artists Alliance Inc) 60+ ARTISTS TAKE ON 14th STREET TO FOCUS ON ‘SENSE’
IMA student Candace Thompson wins the Best Short Environmental Documentary Award at the Oregon Independent Film Festival. Her short documentary The Next Epoch Seed Library was produced for the Documentary Video Production I class. Future screenings will be at Golden Door Fest and Chesapeake Film Festival. Candace also co-edit the feature length film Don’t Blink-Robert
IMA alum Nathan Fitch’s film Island Soldier is nominated for the Grand Jury Award at the Guam International Film Festival. Island Soldier follows the personal stories of Micronesian soldiers serving in the U.S. military, accompanying them from the most remote islands in the Pacific to the front lines of war in Afghanistan. The film humanizes
Prof. Ricardo Miranda will be presenting two projects in progress at NYC Media Lab 17 Demo. Projects: VR for Documentary Content “Realidad VE” and “INCERTIDUMBRE” are experiments that attempt to combine documentary material with virtual space and game components for VR presentation. Thursday, September 28th at 12:30pm New School, 63 5th Avenue, Manhattan.
IMA alumna Jing Wang was interviewed about her recent projects on New York Lounge show on the Chinese-American network SinoVision. Jing’s talked about her thesis film My name is Jing. The film explores personal memories to contextualize the impact of the rapid social and economical changes on the Chinese community over the past five decades.
IMA alumna Alice Arnold’s photographs are showcased at “Contact high, Hip Hop’s Iconic Photographs” exhibition at the photo festival Photoville. Photoville Brooklyn Bridge Plaza September 13 – 24 Free Admission
IMA student and Nepalese writer-director Deepak Rauniyar will showcase his multi award-winning feature film White Sun at MoMA. The film revolves around a family divided by war but must come together to put their father to rest. White Sun was Nepal’s entry for the 90th Academy Awards in the Best Foreign-Language category, and received Interfilm