Third year cinematographer Emmanuella Zachariou’s 16mm experimental short, Mère d’Inri is now an official selection for the Coney Island Film Festival and will be screening September 17th at 7:00 PM.
I’m currently a junior cinematography major at SVA, but I also enjoy directing.CONTINUE READING POST
Thesis student Ameer Kazmi was one of three student filmmakers chosen to create a commercial for Coca-Cola and Regal Films.
My time with the Coca-Cola Regal Films competition has been an outstanding learning experience, and continues to be as we go into post-production on the commercial.CONTINUE READING POST
Directing major Jessica Naftaly and screenwriting major Shailyn Cotten have teamed up for thesis year to bring you the first episode in their miniseries, After Oil.
SHAILYN COTTEN: I’ve always wanted to write a miniseries about a young woman living in the Appalachians.CONTINUE READING POST
Thesis student Taylor Russo is finishing a documentary about a single father, Eric, and his son, Griffin – a young boy with autism attending a special school in honor of his late mother’s final request.
When I began looking into topics for my thesis documentary, I decided I wanted to make a film that would celebrate a person’s ability to overcome struggle and adversity.CONTINUE READING POST
Nicolette Piscitelli, second year Animation student, created something mystical for her final in Storytelling and Narrative Arts, [a Humanities Writing Program course, taught by our own Mary Lee Grisanti.] We waved our digital magic wand and turned her project into a way for you to get a personal story prediction!CONTINUE READING POST