Tag: Film

Taline Karozichian

How to Shoot a Film at Stew Leonard’s Home

It was pouring. The trains in and out of Grand Central were delayed. Cars from NJ were stuck on the Turnpike. The Nest had a shoot for Stew Leonard, a supermarket chain throughout the Tri-State area.  Call time was 10am, but with the weather and all we weren’t going to make it in time. The…

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Taline Karozichian

7 Film Students and 1 Business Student

Sounds almost like the beginning of a really bad joke, except that I was the business student who was completely outside of my comfort zone. Whenever I tell someone that I’m spending my summer working at a non-profit film production company on the West Side, their response is always, “oh, so you’re studying film at…

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Michael Chmura

The White House To Show Film By Babson Filmmaker-In-Residence Mazzio

The White House screen the Underwater Dreams documentary on April 7 for an audience including local students from the area. The screening is part of the larger “Let Everyone Dream” campaign to expand STEM opportunities. A multi-sector coalition is launching a more than $90 million “Let Everyone Dream” campaign to expand STEM opportunities. Building on…

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Animation is also Art

By Andres Riofrio;  The greatest misconception about art is what is considered art. Currently, in order to be an artist you have to be a musician, a painter, a sculpture, a dancer, or something along those lines. You are not considered to be an artist if you are a film animator, a 3D modeler or…

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