Student Work

Doc'17 students Daniela Cruzat and Farrah Lopez are working on Born to Stay for NBC Digital. Daniela is now at CNN; Farrah is working with The Opposition with Jordan Klepper.

Born To Stay

Doc'17 students Max Toomey and Sarah Bellingham, has been funded by the Pulitzer Center for International Journalism and is being developed for the New York Times.

People 4 Trump

Doc'17 students Oliver Arnoldi and Maria Chiu, won a $25K production grant from ESPN/Tribeca for further development. Oliver is now working at VICE, and Maria Chiu is at the BBC.

The Towers

Doc'17 Sneha Antony's Unspoken won the student Gracie award. She is an Associate Producer at Bustle.

Unspoken

Doc '15 students Nyasha Kadandara and Olivia Lace-Evans's film is on a recovering addict facing generational family abuse.

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Doc '15 students Raza Naqvi and Sara Obeidat

Doc '15 students Raza Naqvi and Sara Obeidat's film explores how three autistic men find purpose through running.

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Doc ’15 students Yingqian Chen and Ony Nwaohuocha

Doc ’15 students Yingqian Chen and Ony Nwaohuocha's film explores the revival of the 1970's dance.

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Doc '15 student Amina Mujtaba

Doc '15 student Amina Mujtaba's film explores the cultural practice of arranged marriages in a contemporary American society.

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Blind Date

Doc '15 students Maya Albanese and Nicole Ellis made a film about blind New Yorkers looking for love in the digital age.

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Soraya Auer and Nadim Roberts '15 M.S.

Doc '15 students Soraya Auer and Nadim Roberts made a documentary about a ballet dancer's journey from the projects to the stage.

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Sandra Chuma and Kalisha Whitman '15 M.S.

Doc '15 students Sandra Chuma and Kalisha Whitman made a film about plus-sized women who are changing the fashion industry.

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