Year: 2020

Spotlight on Media Center Resident: The Black TV & Film Collective

Each week, we will begin highlighting a new Media Center Resident organization with an interview with their founder or an employee. We kick it off with Huriyyah Muhammad, the founder of The Black TV and Film Collective. Huriyyah recently took home the Producers Award from Sundance Institute and Amazon Studios for her work on IFP…

Made in NY Media Center-Related Podcasts to Listen To While Stuck Inside

Are you finding yourself with a lot of extra time on your hands while isolated and/or quarantined during the COVID-19 pandemic? Already run through everything on your list you wanted to listen to? We’ve compiled some amazing podcasts from alumni, residents, and friends of the Media Center below. They range from sci-fi Back to One:…

Resource Guide for Filmmakers and Creatives During COVID-19 Crisis

During this time of uncertainty we’d like to ensure our community can continue to create exciting and vital work as well as continue to build their businesses as much as possible. We’ve put together a comprehensive resource guide that will continue to be updated in the coming days. For ways to help creatives and artists,…

A message from our Executive Director regarding COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Hi everyone, After much consideration, due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we have decided to postpone all events, screenings, classes, and programs scheduled for the remainder of March.

Hi everyone, After much consideration, due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) we have closed the Made in NY Media Center until further notice and postponed all events, screenings, classes, and programs scheduled for the remainder of March. As much as we were looking forward to all of the exciting programming we worked very hard to plan, we…

Women’s History Month 2020 at the Media Center

IFP and the Media Center have plenty of events, classes, and screenings to celebrate throughout March!

Women’s History Month has taken place in the United States since the inaugural International Women’s Day in 1911. International Women’s Day takes place on Sunday, March 8th. Beginning on the 8th, the Media Center and IFP will be hosting women-directed screenings, a Q&A with filmmaker Eliza Hittman, a social justice class, and a women executive-focused…