SVA BFA Film
Archives: September 30, 2019

SVA at Cannes Film Festival

May 11 – 243 Art History CreditsCourse number: IPD-3224-ATuition: $4,200

FACULTY: SAL PETROSINO

“The goal of the SVA in LA Destination Program is to provide a life experience.

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Shorts Screening: Morelia International Film Festival

SVA is proud to host the Morelia Festival screening on October 9th at 7 pm in the 209 east 23rd Street building, room 502.

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Filed Under: Screenings


Faculty Blog: Alessandra Zeka

Alessandra Zeka is bringing VR (Virtual Reality) to SVA this year.

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End of Year Screening Schedule

Animation Screenings Friday May 10th6:00 – 11:00 pm (doors open at 5:00pm)Silas & Beatrice theaters

Film Screenings Saturday, May 11th1:00 – 11:00pm (doors open at noon)Silas & Beatrice theaters

Sunday, May 12th1:00 – 7:00pm (doors open at noon)Silas Theater

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LECC CLUB!

Danielle Windram (BFA Animation 2021) shares about her and Abbey Brunzell’s (BFA Animation 2021) club, LECC!

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Filed Under: Student Blog


Faculty Sherese Robinson collaborates with BFA Design’s Denise LaBelle

In the old days, Hollywood movies would be greenlit based on a pitch and a poster.

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Animation Club!

Animation Club is an exciting new club that welcomes folks from all majors to come and celebrate the art of animation and learn about the craft!

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Filed Under: Screenings, Student Blog


SVA in LA 2019

The SVA in LA trip is an exciting adventure where students spend their spring break touring various studios and other hot spots in the LA area while gaining first-hand knowledge about the industry they are aiming to work in.

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Sage Love Takes His Thesis Home to Haiti

UPDATE: Sage Love’s previous film, New Panther: A Call for Action, wins Ann Arbor Jury Award

Thesis student Sage Love writes about making his documentary thesis film about his home of Haiti.

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Filed Under: Student Blog


Accepted Students Day 2019

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019
SVA Theatre, 333 W 23rd Street
9:00AM – 5:00PM
Please register here:
http://www.sva.edu/admissions/undergraduate/accepted-students-day

Accepted Students Day is a full day of programming designed for you to explore our urban campus and experience the vibrancy of SVA’s community!

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Horror Icon Larry Fessenden at SVA

SVA Horror Society has a special event planned for this Thursday, February 21st and everyone’s invited!

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Todd Stephens Kicks off New Film Starring Udo Kier

Faculty Todd Stephens shares his new Kickstarter page and writes about making his new film, Swan Song, starring legendary actor Udo Kier.

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After SVA with Lake Fama

Lake Fama (BFA Animation 2018) shares their exciting experiences after graduating SVA!

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Filed Under: Alumni Blog, Alumni News


RythemJam!

Ezequiel “Zeke” Cincunegui (BFA Animation 2020) coordinated “RythemJam” a collaborative anijam with other animators from SVA!

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SVA Horror Society on Fangoria Cover

Matthew Yturralde recently crossed off two accomplishments from his bucket list; become a zombie, and be on the cover of Fangoria Magazine.

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