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DigitalTechCinema Tribeca Film Fest My Story Finalist

September 15, 2019

Tribeca Film Institute has selected 13 finalists from a pool of 115 submissions from New York City to screen at their annual “Our City, My Story” showcase on May 5 during the 2019 Tribeca Film FestivalEach film focuses on New York City through the perspective of a filmmaker 21 years old or younger in the categories of animation, documentary, experimental, and narrative. Immediately following the screening one winning film will be announced in each category.

“Film is one of the most pervasive mediums of today and I strongly feel we must nurture both authenticity of expression and innovation. In our thick cultural times of 2019, it’s imperative we give young voices a platform to be heard–without pushing our agenda,” said Lily Baldwin, “Our City, My Story” juror. “The brazen and young individuals of NYC are the future and we must listen. For all of these reasons, it’s been an utter honor to jury for TFI’s Our City, My Story, a program that boldly supports all of the above.”

Narrative “The Art of Parenting” Directed by Aliyah Warr

High school student Lola juggles school and parenting her addicted mom all while trying to get herself into college.

Samsung Solve for Tommorow New York State winners

January 03, 2019

Three cheers for pupils in Cobble Hill’s Digital Art and Cinema Technology High School, who took home a big cash prize and were named winners in Samsung’s national Stem contest, Solve for Tomorrow. The local students’ project in sexual harassment stood out in the competition, which included many innovative ways to address important community issues by using skills in science, technology, engineering, and math, said a bigwig at Samsung.

DigitalTechCinema wins All American High School Film Festival Film Invitational

October 01, 2018

The Complete Film Invitational Experience: 3 Day Shoot & Edit

This is the BIG ONE! The Complete F.I. Experience provides student filmmakers the opportunity to become a true independent film crew. Over the course of the 10-week pre-production period participating teams will be responsible for every aspect of creating a short narrative film: ideation, script writing, location scouting, casting, shoot schedules and more. This preparation is designed to put teams in the best possible position to successfully shoot and edit their film in New York City over the course of 3 days.

2018 Film Invitational Complete Experience Winning Film "The Art of Parenting" by Digital Tech High School

PSArts Winner

June 12, 2018

Stephanie Hernandez's photograph Endless Love is on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and in Times Square as part of the annual PSArts contest. 

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