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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 splash at this year’s Sundance and has received widespread critical acclaim, leading it to become one of the most talked-about horror films of the year. ”I’ve never seen a more terrifying […]


Alumni Showcase

This year, Fusion is introducing to its calendar an Alumni Showcase to showcase Alumni work to the Fusion community. The Alumni Showcase will be a presentation by several Fusion alumni of their finished pieces or works-in-progress. The works range from a script readings and short films to screening sections of features. This is a great […]


What Filmmakers Can Learn from the Docs-In-The-Works Pitch Competition: Tips & Insight From Prof. Nilita Vachani

The Docs-In-The-Works competition at Fusion is a yearly institution, but also perhaps our most misunderstood event to audiences – that is, until they witness it for themselves. The pitch competition is unlike any other, it’s an immersive experience that is both educational and professional, beyond what a classroom can offer. The woman behind this event, […]


Festival Treats – Thoughts from a Fusion Foodie

Like many of our friends and fans out there, when I think of Fusion I think of talent, creativity, collaboration, inspiring women and artists, amazing work, and a three day intake of vast amounts of Luna Bars (so much so that I have discovered exactly which combination makes the best course of meals – I […]


An Interview with ELIZA HITTMAN Writer/Director of Sundance Smash Feature It Felt Like Love

In Person with Cast for Fusion’s OPENING NIGHT Thursday, 7pm @ Cantor Film Center This week I had the privilege of speaking with writer/director Eliza Hittman, about her groundbreaking film It Felt Like Love, opening March 21 at IFC Center in NYC. The film paints the coming-of-age of female sexuality in a boldly honest light. […]