Visual and Media Arts associate professor, associate chair, and screenwriter Lin was a recent guest on the “Creativity in Captivity” podcast, hosted by Pat Hazell, an original Seinfeld writer. The podcast is a forum for creatives to elaborate on their work
“We’re trying to take original swings,” Abdy told THR.
What remains urgent is that the Ahmaud Arbery outrage is the latest testament to the intransigence of white supremacy – and the need for a safe state.
Filmmaker Homa Sarabi-Daunais, the location coordinator for the Visual and Media Arts department, is a source for the article, “Can Massachusetts become a destination for green film production,?” which examines the current state of sustainable filmmaking, and opportunities.
There appears to be no provisions for using the money to “build back better” the Black labor force.
Long story, just watch the clip.
Marshall penned the essay after spending an anxious week last summer following the news and social media to learn the fate of her family’s “Cabin in the Woods” as the Caldor Wildfire threatened to consume it.
Alum Huma Hussain ’21 is a recent graduate and detailed her short film, “Nafs Said,” for MovieMaker Magazine’s New School series, which features the work of young alumni from top film schools.
The Visual and Media Arts program was once again included in the entertainment industry publication The Wrap’s top 50 film schools list, jumping ahead from #15 last year to #6 in 2021.
There will be three shows of Iphigenia at ArtsEmerson.