NYU Alumni and Parents Weekend 2021
Join New York University online for NYU Alumni and Parents Weekend 2021!
Alumni, parents, families, students, and friends are invited to ignite your #VioletPride, connect with the global NYU community, and learn from NYU experts! Attendees will hear updates from school deans, faculty, administrators, and alumni about the future of education, technology, work, healthcare, and life after COVID-19; learn more about how NYU is impacting the world at large; connect to university resources and each other; and celebrate the largest private university network in the US!
Register today for this four-day online experience featuring over 80 live sessions filled with exciting NYU content. Be the first to learn when sessions are launched and ensure your spot to connect with the NYU community around the world. Start your profile now so others can learn more about you during the weekend. We look forward to connecting online on October 21-24!
NYU TISCH SESSIONS
Tisch Dean Allyson Green in conversation with Amanda Lipitz '03 & Anita Gou '12
Saturday, October 23, 12:00 PM-1:00 PM EDT
Join Dean Allyson Green in conversation with Tisch alumnae Amanda Lipitz '03 (BFA, Drama), Tisch Dean's Council, and Anita Gou '13 (BFA, Kanbar Institute, Film & TV), producers of the documentary FOUND. The film follows the incredible story of three American teenage girls (Chloe, Sadie and Lily) — each adopted from China — who discover they are blood-related cousins on 23andMe. Their online meeting inspires the young women to confront the burning questions they have about their lost history. When they meet for the first time, they embark on a once-in-a-lifetime journey to China in search of answers.
A Conversation with Clive Davis and Jason King
Saturday, October 23, 2:30 PM-3:30 PM EDT
Hear from the record industry’s most innovative, outspoken, and influential executive, Clive Davis, (WSC '53, HON '11), Tisch Dean's Council, and chair of the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, Jason King '98/'02 (MA/PhD, Performance Studies). Clive's contributions to music are, to a large extent, responsible for bringing the industry to where it is in the new millennium.
Short Films 101: How to be Successful as a Filmmaker Today
Saturday, October 23, 3:00 PM-4:00 PM EDT
In Conversation with Curia Chief Content Officer Garrett Weaver '12 (BA, Cinema Studies) & Curia Short Film Directors
Graham Parkes '14 (BFA, Goldberg Department of Dramatic Writing): THE VOICE IN YOUR HEAD
Sam Kressner '12 (BA, Cinema Studies): SELFTAPE: Sam Kressner
Zamarin Wahdat '18 (MFA, Kanbar Institute, Graduate Film): BAMBIRAK: Zamarin Wahdat
Liam Lopinto '17 (BFA, Kanbar Institute, Film & TV): FRENCH FLY
Founded by Film and Broadway producer Edward Walson, CURIA is a new streaming service that helps movie lovers stop searching and start watching great movies. It provides viewers with new, specially curated collections of feature and short films each month that are organized for making faster, more informed viewing decisions. CURIA plans to be a fixture in the film festival circuit with a healthy appetite for new acquisitions, dedicating a constant collection called “The Circuit" to festival films. The “Short Stories” collection houses CURIA's ever-growing collection of shorts that are usually only seen at festivals. Other collections will rotate on a monthly basis, which allows a high level of quality and curation and eliminates the need to search. CURIA puts the viewer's mood and enjoyment at the center of the curation process, making for a fun, intuitive solution to the age-old question, “what should I watch?”