Mediakite is a successful production and production-support-services company, founded in 2000 with offices in Midtown New York. The company produces documentaries, international news, television shows and also offers its expertise to producers from around the world. Mediakite Production Services specializes in production support for visual entertainment media, from development to post-production. Mediakite has the crew […]
The New School – Documentary Studies The Certificate in Documentary Media Studies is a one-year, full-time, graduate-level program for students who want to begin or advance their career in the field of documentary video or filmmaking. The program offers students small classes and intensive studies in documentary history, theory, and practice while they produce, direct, […]
Many graduate programs ask you to choose between studying media and creating it. The innovative MA in Media Studies at The New School expects you to do both. It allows you to integrate studies in media history, theory, research and management with production work in film, audio, video, and digital media—so you can advance in […]
NYFA – the New York Film Academy – is unique among the City’s noted four-year programs. You can come for some short courses or get a one-year associate degree in film production, animation, and more. While the immediate hands on approach will be a relief to those who think unrelated academics just get in the way, the surprise for some might be that the school draws in top professionals to teach. The school continues to expand its particular practical approach in a wide range of countries,including Mumbai, India and other spots in the mid-East, though you’ll also now find them in Disney Studios, Florida along with a new Battery Park school.
One of the top schools for film and television in the country, NYU’s programs offer the depth and professional connections that make it one of the most competitive programs anywhere. With one lucky graduate each year winning a $200,000 prize to complete a debut feature film, you can bet it gets competitive.
Veteran “digital journalist” Michael Rosenblum, NYVS’s founder and president, is the inspiration behind of this innovative approach to learning video. The school offers both pay-as-you-go instruction and Internet courses in his endeavor to turn out “Video Journalists.”