SVA Film & Animation
Archives: April 5, 2017

Accepted Students Day 2017

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SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 2017
SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd Street
Film Department check-in begins at 8:30 AM
Animation Department check-in begins at 10:45 AM
Please register here:
http://www.sva.edu/admissions/undergraduate/accepted-students-day 
Accepted Students Day is a full day of programming designed for you to explore our urban campus and experience the vibrancy of SVA’s community!

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Faculty Blog: Joan Brooker Marks

Immediately after the presidential election of 2016, women from around the country (and world) came together in solidarity on January 21, the day after the inauguration, to march for the protection of our rights, our safety, and our health.

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SWAN Day Screening & Reception – SATURDAY (3/25)

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SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day 
Screening & Reception
Girl From God’s Country
Saturday, March 25 – 2pm
SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd St.

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Student Blog: Alexa Payesko

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Thesis documentarian Alexa Payesko in LA.

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SVA in LA: 2017

Sal Petrosino understands the importance of Los Angeles to the film and animation industries, which is why he takes a group of students out to LA every year to let them interact personally with leading SVA alum.

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Student Blog: Andrew Garcia

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Student Andrew Garcia won several awards at the Miami Film Festival for his short film Hollow Bodies last year.

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SVA Screening: Resist & Record: Activist Films from the Modern Era of Protest

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The Social Documentary department is presenting a program of activist films from the modern era of protest.

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NY Times calls Manfred Kirchheimer an “Indispensable NY filmmaker.”

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Manfred Kirchheimer, longtime film faculty member, has a new film, Canners, which follows the lives of several New York City men and women who collect discarded cans and bottles for their nickel deposit.

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Alumni Blog: Jen Vestuto

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Screenwriter Jen Vestuto (BFA Screenwriting 2010) and writing partner, Melissa Marlette, have written the shattering final episode of The Vampire Diaries.

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Alumni Blog: Shubhashish Bhutiani

UPDATE:

C International Sales has closed a slew of sales on award-winning Indian drama Hotel Salvation (Mukti Bhawan), including deals with the BFI for the UK & Eire and Cargo Records for Germany.

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Student Blog: Lizz Astor

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Moonlight star, André Holland, is having quite the success. 

“Even in a film full of brilliant moments, André Holland’s third-act performance is a standout.”

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Two weeks ago, he came to SVA to speak with the students in the Advanced Writing Directing workshop – invited by teacher, George Lavoo.

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Alumni Blog: Alejandro Veciana

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Alejandro Veciana (BFA Film 2016) has created a different kind of film screening series.

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Student Blog: Paula Cury Melo

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Paula Cury Melo’s short film, Sins of Excess, recently screened at the Dominican Republic Global Film Festival.

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Alumni Blog: Adam Vazquez

Adam Vazquez and Abdool Corlette (BFA Film 2013) created a new documentary series about 50 queer and transgender men of color.

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Faculty Blog: Joseph Mastantuono

 SVA Faculty member Joseph Mastanuono teaches Color Correction as a continuing education course.

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