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Festivals & Showcases

  • First Run Film Festival

    Each Spring, the Kanbar Institute of Film & Television proudly presents the First Run Festival to showcase over 100 advanced projects in film, video, and animation. In its 73 year history, it has premiered the work of many NYU filmmakers, including Oliver Stone, Jim Jarmusch and Spike Lee.

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  • Manoogian Screenings in LA

    The annual Manoogian Screenings are held at the Directors Guild theater in Los Angeles and present the Wasserman/King Award-Winning films and filmmakers from the Graduate Film Program (New York and Tisch Asia) and the Undergraduate Department of Film & Television to the West Coast. Invited guests include Tisch Alumni, Industry Professionals, Prospective Students, and more. The award-winning filmmakers are brought to LA to participate in industry meetings, alumni workshops, and events to introduce them to working in Los Angeles.

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  • Second Year Showcase

    Students in their second year of Graduate Film present their projects in a marathon screening event over the course of two days.

  • RICHARD VAGUE FILM PRODUCTION FUND

    The Richard Vague Film Production Fund in conjunction with the Maurice Kanbar Institute of Film & Television at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and Tisch Asia supports annual awards of up to $100,000 given to alumni and/or current Graduate Thesis Students to direct their first feature film.

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  • Purple List

    Inspired by the Hollywood Black List, NYU Grad Film presents The Purple List: the top production ready feature screenplays written by students or recent alums of the Grad Film Program.

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  • THE SLOAN FEATURE FILM AWARD FOR STUDENTS & ALUMNI

    The Feature Film Award encourages Film & Television alumni and eligible students to produce feature-length narrative films that portray intellectually engaging, entertaining images and more realistic and accurate stories about science and technology to challenge existing stereotypes about scientists and engineers in the popular imagination.

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  • THE SLOAN WRITING & PRODUCTION AWARDS FOR CURRENT STUDENTS

    This Sloan award is designed to assist writers and filmmakers in the creation of entertaining films about science and technology. This award encourages undergraduate and graduate students in the Film and Television or Dramatic Writing to portray intellectually engaging, entertaining images of scientists and their work.

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Student Run Festivals

  • FUSION FILM FESTIVAL

    The Fusion Film Festival is New York University’s premiere film and television festival dedicated to celebrating women in film, television, and new media from student to icon. Fusion was founded in 2003 at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with the mission of encouraging, promoting, and inspiring women filmmakers and the collaboration between the sexes. Every spring, Fusion mounts a multi-day film festival with multiple screenings, industry panels, pitch meetings, master-classes, retrospectives, and student showcases.

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