Category: Women of NYFA
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As the New York Film Academy embraces 2019, we take a look back at the phenomenal guest speakers that inspired our students at our campuses across the globe.
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From Bill Hader's five Emmy Award Nominations to Lana Condor starring in Netflix's hit original film "To All the Boys I've Loved Before," NYFA reflects on a year of alumni successes in 2018.
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The Professional Conservatory of Musical Theatre at New York Film Academy releases "Inhale/Exhale," starring ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Winner Amy Yakima and PCMT alum CorBen Williams. Directed by Chair of Short-...
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Every New Yorker expresses their frustrations about the MTA in their own way, but most of us haven't sung a song about it. Watch the latest video from the Professional Conservatory of Musical Theatre at NYFA: a new mu...
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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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New York Film Academy Photography alum Monika Sedziute discusses her work in this spotlight video. Read about Photoville 2018, which Monika is a part of, on our blog.
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New York Film Academy Musical Theatre alumnus Yael Silver discusses her time in the 1-year conservatory program and her career since. She won a Tony Award in 2018 for the Broadway musical "Once on This Island," which ...
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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.