SVA Film & Animation
Archives: September 9, 2014

Monday Alumni: Kate Howley

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Feb 3, 2015 update: Kate Howley’s doc River Men has been accepted into the College Town Film Festival!

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Happy Holidays

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BAMcinématek is using a still from SVA faculty, Manny Kirchheimer’s film, Stations of the Elevated, for their holiday email cards.

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Artist Marketing 101: Art Basel

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All artists ultimately must face down the Godzilla challenge: Marketing themselves.

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Monday Alumni: Jennifer Kachler

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Update: Student Jinnifer Kachler has been featured on the David Lynch MA school page!

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Alumni news: Adam Vasquez

Keep Me Safe has been accepted into the FallFest/Fall 2014 Series for NewFilmmakers New York.

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Writers of SVA: Brennan Lee Mulligan & Molly Ostertag

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Entertainment Weekly recently interviewed two SVA alum, Molly Ostertag (SVA Cartooning Alum) & Brennan Lee Mulligan (2010 SVA Screenwriting Alum) about their comic Strong Female Protagonist.

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My Favorite Film: Allan Weck

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Why 2001: A Space Odyssey is the best film of all time.

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Kamil Dobrowolski’s Digital Edge

In the Tuesday blog spot whenever our resident digital genius has time.

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Monday Alumni: Francesca Coppola

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2012 Dusty Award winner, Francesca Coppola, is moving from strength to strength with her new film, Jonny Come Lately.

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Writers of SVA: Shailyn Cotten

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Second year writing/directing student Shai Cotten took advantage of November as Write Your Novel Month to begin the second volume in her fiction trilogy.

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Student Wednesday: Alex Kopec

Alex in a non-NICU, glamor mode.

Thesis student, Alex Kopec, is documenting the fight for life of the tiny premature newborns who go into the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) as soon as they’re born. 

After completing The Artificial Womb, a 10-minute documentary about the intensity surrounding newborn babies in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood NJ, I felt there was much more to be said.

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Artist Marketing 101: Hyperlapse

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All artists ultimately must face down the Godzilla challenge: Marketing themselves.

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My Favorite Film: Manolo Calderon

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Why Life Is Beautiful is the best film of all time.

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Monday Alumni Blog: Kaukab Basheer

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After recently working on the new SpongeBob SquarePants movie, Kaukab Basheer writes to us about her latest job: Working for Disney on a Lion King sequel TV series.

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Artist Marketing 101

Jackii

All artists ultimately must face down the Godzilla challenge: Marketing themselves.

CONTINUE READING POST

Filed Under: Student Blog