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.

20
Nov

What We Talk About When We Talk About Broad City

By Ben Eisen, Fusion Editorial Head On Sunday November 9th, a group of Fusionites had the privilege of attending “Id Isn’t Always Pretty: An...

15
Nov

How to Get Away With…Being A Television Powerhouse

by Nicole Tavares, PR Staff Writer Fierce, intelligent, and merciless: three words that perfectly describe one of the most powerful women on television today....

7
Nov

Defining Brave: A Review of Lena Dunham’s “Not That Kind of Girl”

By Siena Richardson, Fusion Editorial Staff  When one of the most famous young actor-writer-producers in television releases a memoir, giving glimpses of her life...

1
Nov

An interview with Writer/Director & Tisch Alum Desiree Akhavan

Check out Akhavan’s new film Appropriate Behavior at Fusion’s Launch Event Thursday November 13th @ 7pm! What were the challenges and benefits of shooting...