July 22, 2015 - The Made in NY Media Center by IFP, a multi-disciplinary creative space located in Dumbo, Brooklyn, offers a variety of workshops, screenings, and engaging conversations about the entertainment and digital industry throughout the sumer.
Production Design Masterclass with Michael Shaw on Orange is the New Black
Production Design sets the stage, building the unique world of a film or show. It can be easy to admire the art direction of epic period pieces and soaring sci-fi, but what of the details of everyday life? Michael Shaw, Production Designer for Netflix's hit Orange is the New Black, has done work camouflaged by skill – you mean it’s not shot in a prison, but on a soundstage in Queens? Shaw will show a favorite episode from this season and discuss his inspiration for this and his other work. He will elucidate how the art department’s many facets – sets, costuming, special effects – work in tandem with the vision of the director, cinematographer, and writer to create a fully immersed world for us. A coffee reception will follow the event, taking place on Saturday, July 25, 1-4:30pm. For more, visit http://bit.ly/1ejkq1K. Use Code ArtDeptMOME for a $20 discount for friends of MOME.
IFP Screen Forward Presents: Borscht Corp. Retrospective
A five-day free special event will feature daily screenings of select works from filmmakers such as Lucas Leyva, Jillian Mayer, Terence Nance, Amy Seimetz, Barry Jenkins, Sebastian Silva, and more. The screenings will take place from July 30-August 2. To learn more, visit http://bit.ly/1Kmwgqs.
Bric Flix: Interactive Media for Social Good
The Made in NY Media Center by IFP partners with Bric Arts l Media House to produce the third installment of BRIC FLIX, a free film screening and conversations series offering premieres, shorts, and web-series projects on August 4 at 7pm. Though diverse in content - from the history of Williamsburg to housing displacement after a natural disaster to providing support for sexual assault victims - all of the featured interactive media works, Land of Opportunity (Luisa Dantas), Southside Stories (Shannon Carroll), and Priya’s Shakti (Ram Devineni), reflect place-based issues, and aim to inspire social change. For more, visit http://bit.ly/1TTIGYz.
To learn more about the Made in NY Media Center by IFP, visit nymediacenter.com.