Fancy yourself the next Christiane Amanpour?
Last summer, the Park School hosted a new media workshop for international journalists.
Ten top journalists from around the world were invited to participate and focus on new approaches to alternative media in their various countries.
Blogging, Twitter, photo and video editing, online campaigns, YouTube, and Google Earth...
This fall you don't need to leave campus to see some exciting events and speakers. IC has plenty of distinguished visitors in the lineup, so get out your calendars and plan ahead!
Indie filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal will be on campus September 15 and 16 to talk about the challenges of indie filmmaking and to show...
Ithaca alums bring HBO's True Blood to life: The HBO series True Blood, a show about vampires and the inhabitants of a small Louisiana town, is known for its interesting characters and great special effects. It takes a massive amount of people to bring the show to life, two of whom are Ithaca College alums.
Have you ever dreamed of making an award-winning documentary?
Starting this fall, the Park School of Communications will be offering a new major in documentary studies and production to prepare students for a career as a documentary filmmaker.
The B.A. program combines courses in television-radio, journalism, and cinema and photography, giving you the foundation and skills...
Junior cinema and photography major Christina Bryant has been selected to participate in the Fusion Arts Exchange (FAX) Screenwriting and Film Production program this summer.
Sponsored by the Department of State, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, FAX is a highly competitive program that provides cutting-edge technical training and works to foster multi-national collaboration...
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