SVA Film & Animation
Archives: October 25, 2016

Pablo Larraín: Neruda

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Francisco Fontes reviews Neruda, from director Pablo Larraín, at the New York Film Festival.

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Filed Under: Reviews


Student Blog: Alex Echevarria

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Alex Echevarria, (BFA Cinematography ’17) has some unique experiences shooting while at SVA — often traveling with classmates to places from Sweden to Kenya to Scotland.

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Filed Under: Blindfold, Student Blog


Student Blog: Godfred Sedano

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Godfred Sedano (BFA Editing ’17) isn’t just the editor on Blindfold, he’s one of Ameer’s closest friends, and collaborators.

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Filed Under: Blindfold, Student Blog


Student Blog: Miwa Sakulrat

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An editing major, Miwa Sakulrat (BFA Editing ’17) was the go-to production designer for Ameer and many of her peers.

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Filed Under: Blindfold, Student Blog


Student Blog: Ameer Kazmi

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It may have been only 2 months since we last spoke with Ameer Kazmi (BFA Film ’17), but last night he was announced as the official winner of the Coke/Regal film competition. We caught up with him and his team to talk about the project.

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Filed Under: Blindfold, Student Blog


James Callanan Shoots Tesla

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James Callanan is an award winning alumnus of SVA.

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Filed Under: News


Film Open House At The SVA Theatre

UPDATE: If you are not able to attend Open House, you can watch the live stream above.

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Filed Under: News


Attention Female Screenwriters

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The Athena Film Festival (AFF) announced today that it is partnering with IRIS to present the inaugural Athena IRIS Screenwriting Lab.

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Filed Under: News


Ken Loach: I, Daniel Blake

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Francisco Fontes reviews I, Daniel Blake, by director Ken Loach, at the New York Film Festival.

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Filed Under: Alumni Blog, Guest Blog, Reviews


Kelly Reichardt: Certain Women

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Francisco Fontes reviews Certain Women, by writer and director Kelly Reichardt, at the New York Film Festival.

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Filed Under: Alumni Blog, Guest Blog, Reviews


Kleber Mendonça: Aquarius

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Francisco Fontes reviews Aquarius, by up and coming Brazilian writer and director, Kleber Mendonça Filho, at the New York Film Festival.

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Filed Under: Alumni Blog, Reviews


Francisco Fontes: The Joys of a Festival

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It’s not enough to say Director Francisco Fontes, (BFA Film ’16) has an encyclopedic knowledge film, especially contemporary film.

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Filed Under: Alumni Blog, Guest Blog, Reviews


Rocks in my Pockets Screening with Filmmaker Q&A

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Wednesday, October 19th, 6:30 PM at 209 East 23rd St, Room 502.

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Filed Under: Screenings


Animation Open House At The SVA Theatre

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2016 REGISTER HERE
Prospective students and their families will have the opportunity to meet the President of the College, the Chair of each undergraduate department being showcased that day, current SVA students, and representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Residence Life and Student Affairs.

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Filed Under: News


Best of Annecy: 2016

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The Best of Annecy is an exclusive screening organized by the SVA Animation Department where industry professionals from all over the city as well as current students, alumni, and animation enthusiasts are invited to a night of international animation.

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Filed Under: News