April 22nd, 2011 by Rachel
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The Future of Film blog, launched as part of the Tribeca (Online) Film Festival, features leading filmmakers and other experts within the film industry sharing their thoughts on film, technology and the future of media. In her post “Reel to Real: Interactive Drama and the Cinema of Tomorrow“, Kristin Hertko, Web Producer at Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy, discusses how video game technology can be used by filmmakers to create an interactive cinematic experience.
April 13th, 2011 by Kristin
April 12th, 2011 by Kristin
Hot on the heels of their People’s Choice win, Team Bloom yesterday took first prize in the US Imagine Cup Finals with their Xbox game, Spero: a game focused on alternative energy solutions and educating people on how to live healthier lives.
The team will now advance to the international finals in New York City, where their entry will go head to head with projects from around the globe. We wish them the best on the next leg of their journey!
View the press release from Microsoft below.
April 11th, 2011 by Kristin
April 8th, 2011 by Rachel
For this week’s Jumpstart, we welcome actress Roslyn Alexander.
April 6th, 2011 by Christina
Congratulations to John Otterbacher (faculty, Film & Broadcast) and Alisha Lillion and Elena Rubin (2010 Tribeca Flashpoint Academy graduates), who all have short films featured this weekend at the Chicago Latino Film Festival!
Both these short films – Rooftop Wars (co-produced by John Otterbacher) and The First and Only Lesson (crew members included 2010 Graduates Alisha Lillion and Elena Rubin) will be showing together as part of a set this weekend.
Details about both films and a link to purchase tickets are below.
March 30th, 2011 by Kristin
March 28th, 2011 by Kristin
It’s not every day you get to stand in the presence of royalty, but last week, Tribeca Flashpoint Media Arts Academy students got a chance to meet a real, live Queen of Rock.
Before her concert at Lincoln Hall, the legendary Wanda Jackson sat down in her dressing room with six students from Film & Broadcast and Recording Arts to talk about her storied past, her new resurgence among a young fanbase, working with Jack White (The White Stripes, Rancontours), and releasing The Party Ain’t Over.
Watch Wanda perform with special guest Jack White on The Late Show with David Letterman: