Facts About MA in Film and Media Alumni
Students representing the following nations have been enrolled in the MA program:
Chile, Ecuador, Columbia, Puerto Rico, Spain, Turkey, Portugal, Russia, Greece, Norway, Canada, Iceland, Mexico, Brazil, Germany, Israel, Pakistan, Peru, Iran, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, St. Lucia, Luxembourg, Japan, New Zealand, Taiwan, South Korea, Italy, People’s Republic of China, India, and the United States.
Graduates of the MA in Film Studies Program hold or have held a variety of positions related to cinema and media including:
Film Librarian—National Library of Norway
Film Data Programmer—European Union Commission
Film Programmers—Brooklyn Academy of Music film series, Museum of Modern Art, Museum of the Moving Image.
Education Officers—Museum of the Moving Image, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The New Museum.
Film Distribution—Icarus Films, Cohen Media Group, Screen Media, CineVision, EnMaze Pictures.
Organizational Development—Film Society of Lincoln Center
Film Festivals—Pusan International Film Festival, South Korea; The Morelia International Film Festival, Mexico; the Kingston Film Festival, Jamaica; The Asian-American International Film Festival, New York. The New York Film Festival; New Directors/New Films, New York.
Film Publications—Variety, Film Comment, Slant Magazine, Indiewire, The Brooklyn Rail, Haaretz, Filmmaker Magazine, The Daily Beast, n+1, The Nation
Film Production—producer, Aquíy Allá.
MA in Film and Media Studies students have gone on to the following PhD programs:
Columbia University – East Asian Languages and Cultures; Concordia University, Montreal – Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema; Duke University - Program in Literature; George Mason University – Cultural Studies; Harvard University – Education and East Asian; King’s College-London – Film Studies; New York University – Cinema Studies, Media, Culture, and Communication, Spanish and Portuguese; Ohio State University – Art History; Princeton University – East Asian Studies; Rutgers University – Women’s and Gender Studies; Southern Illinois University-Carbondale; Technical Institute of Norway – Trondheim; Temple University – Theatre, Film, and Media Arts; University of California, Berkeley – Rhetoric and Film; University of California, Los Angeles – Theatre, Film, and Television; University of California, San Diego; University of California, Santa Barbara – Film and Media Studies; University of California, Santa Cruz – Film and Digital Media; University of Chicago – Cinema and Media Studies; University of Michigan – Screen Cultures; University of Minnesota – Cultural Studies and East Asian; University of Pennsylvania – English and Art History; University of Pittsburgh – English and Film Studies; University of Southern California – Critical Studies; University of Toronto – Information Studies; University of Washington – Film Studies, East Asian, and Scandinavian Studies; Yale University – American Studies and Film and Media Studies.