Category: Women of NYFA
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Photography graduate Tanya Gawdi attended NYFA Los Angeles in 2015. Of her art, she says, "You have to have a story behind your work. You have to have meaning behind your work." Her work mostly deals in surrealism and...
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Former CEO & Chairman of Paramount Pictures, Sherry Lansing, stopped by NYFA to talk to students and aspiring filmmakers about her career and the past, present, and future of film.
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South African actress Natasha Thahane discusses her decision to move to New York to study Acting for Film at New York Film Academy.
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A student short called "The Right Way," a story of a day in a mom's life of raising her young child. For more about the creators, visit their websites at http://flaviagroba.com/ and http://www.elenazobak.com/
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A student short by New York Film Academy Filmmaking alum Yi Pan.
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Actress/writer Valentina Rendon and director Haik Gazarian discuss their time at New York Film Academy and the successful careers that have followed. The married couple's period piece "Venezzia" has won 23 awards. "He...
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NYFA Broadcast Journalism alum Lea Gabrielle discusses her career and time at NYFA.
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Mridul Sen, a 1-Year Cinematography student from Bombay, India, discusses her background in Bollywood film and how NYFA's Cinematography school helped refine her craft. Mridul sums it up as such: "It just hit me that ...
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#YouAreWelcomeHere celebrates inclusiveness and diversity at the New York Film Academy. Our community is built by individuals from over 120 countries and all backgrounds who seek to create a better life and a stronger...
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BFA Filmmaking student Kartikye Gupta discusses how the New York Film Academy has prepared him for a bright future in the film industry. His student short, Dr. Elevator, was selected by 32 film festivals including Mia...