CELEBRATING WOMEN IN FILM, TELEVISION, & NEW MEDIA

 


The Fusion Film Festival is New York University’s premiere film and television festival dedicated to celebrating women in film, television, and new media from student to icon. Fusion was founded ten years ago at NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts with the mission of encouraging, promoting, and inspiring women filmmakers and the collaboration between the sexes. Every spring, Fusion mounts a multi-day film festival with multiple screenings, industry panels, pitch meetings, master-classes, retrospectives, and student showcases.

14
Dec

Tracking Down Bad Guys One Profile at a Time and How to Look Good Doing It

by Nicole Tavares, PR Staff Writer  There’s never a question of strength when it comes to the women of our favorite crime shows. From...

10
Dec

Now Playing: Jennifer Kent’s ‘The Babadook’

Alexander Hunter, Editorial Staff Writer Now playing is the theatrical release of Australian filmmaker Jennifer Kent’s first feature film, The Babadook. The film made a...

30
Nov

Fresh Out of Perspective: Why There Are More Important Things Than More Female Characters in Animation

By Corrine Stein, Editorial Staff Writer  Since the birth of animation, it has been agreed that one of the medium’s greatest strengths is the...

26
Nov

On Female Iranian-American Filmmakers and Representation

By Kate Metcalfe, Editorial Staff Writer   Thursday, November 13th, Fusion Film Festival launched its year of events with a screening of Appropriate Behavior....