Last year, The Roy H. Park School of Communications at Ithaca College established the S’Park Media Mentor Award to honor outstanding high school media teachers and professionals. The award recognizes educators for their extraordinary triumphs in various professional media industries as well as molding the next generation of communications professionals. After a nationwide search, this...
The Roy H. Park School of Communications will host a series of events featuring alumni returning to campus for Fall Splash.
Thursday, October 13
A special screening of "An Article of Hope" by Daniel Cohen '76
Documentary filmmaker and alumnus, Daniel Cohen '76, will be screening his...
Joshua Bonnetta, assistant professor in the Department of Cinema, Photography and Media Arts, premiered his film American Colour at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September.
TIFF is recognized as one of the most important film festivals in the world. Professor Bonnetta's film screened in the Wavelength program which celebrates innovation and experimentation in film and video curating the best international avant-garde film and video works internationally.
A review of the program was mentioned in Artforum.
A documentary by two Ithaca College graduates came up a winner at the 32nd Annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards, handed out on September 26 in New York City. “Good Fortune” was honored with the Emmy in the category of Outstanding Business and Economic Reporting–Long Form. It was coproduced by Landon Van Soest ’04 and ...
Two short films by John Scott, associate professor in the Department of Television-Radio, have been selected to be screened at the Coolidge Shorts for the month of September at the Coolidge Corner Theatre in Brookline, MA.
Both films, One Art and Sandpiper, are adaptations from Elizabeth Bishop’s Poems. Cinema, Photography, and Media Arts Assistant Professor Jason Harrington created animation for both projects.
Sandpiper and One Art have also been selected to screen at the Co-Kisser Poetry Film Festival in Minneapolis on October 8, 2011. One Art is currently part of an art gallery exhibition at The ViewPoint Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia.