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Fusion Alum in Women-Led Theatre Production

Electric violin resonates and swords clash in The Classical Theatre of Harlem’s dazzling rendition of The Three Musketeers. The show is the New York premiere of the adaptation by Catherine Bush which follows the story of D’Artagnan, a woman fighting her way through Paris to achieve her dream of becoming a musketeer. Fusion’s own Piera […]


Interview: Tove Lo on “Fairy Dust”

By Erica Snyder, Fusion Editorial Department. In 1981, MTV made history when they debuted their network and started broadcasting music videos, the first being The Buggles “Video Killed the Radio Star.” Since then, society expects artists to drop a music video after they release a hit song. Recently though, music videos have gone through a […]


Fusion Winners’ Statements 2017

We asked this year’s Fusion winners to tell us what Fusion Film Festival has meant to them, here is what some of these talented women had to say about Fusion: “This is my fourth year entering the Fusion Film festival. In the past four years, I’ve entered in the short film category, the pilot category, […]


Docs-in-the-Works dazzles and educates next generation of documentary filmmakers

By Jenny Levine. Considered by many to be the most exciting part of the festival, this year’s Docs-in-the-Works competition was undoubtedly thrilling for those who attended. Trailers cut by undergraduate Film and TV major Thelma Boyiri and graduate students Caitlin Stickles and Giuliana Monteiro Pinheiro were pitched and presented in front of five captains of […]



By Emory Parker. This past weekend, NYU celebrated the 15th annual Fusion Film Festival. This prestigious festival showcases the work and efforts of women in film, TV, and new media. Fusion opened the festival with Refinery29’s Shatterbox Anthology. This eclectic body of work features short films varying in subject, style, and tone. But, what do […]