Education On Your Time – Online Degrees

Life happens and these days it seems like it’s getting harder and harder to find the time to do things you’ve always dreamed about. Between work, family and scheduling issues with school it almost seems impossible. But fear not, you always have options. Tribeca Flashpoint’s online degrees are designed with the same unique learning spirit […]

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3 Non-Obvious Industries For Creative Job Opportunities!

When I was in high school I started working at Sunlite Music Studios in Owensboro, KY. I gained experience producing live sound, studio sound and worked under their videographer producing commercials and wedding videos. All jobs you would expect right? After a couple years and a bit of video swagger under my belt, one of […]

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The Fighter – By Yuri Lysoivanov

We all spend our formative years in different ways, and sometimes it’s useful to remind ourselves of the little experiences that can immensely influence the way we look at our world. It’s that beautiful ‘additional’ college education that comes simply from being in an environment that can alter your future trajectory in unpredictable and unimaginable […]

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An Ode to Albert Innaurato

Screenwriter, playwright, and director Albert Innaurato, 70, died on the 24th of September, 2017. Innaurato’s death is not as shocking and familiar to me as Graham Chapman of Monty Python’s, nor is it as globally painful as David Bowie’s or Prince’s deaths, but it is more real to me than the others because it is the […]

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7 High School Electives To Prepare You For A Degree In VFX

The love of music and performance hit me at a very young age. So, when it came time to select my high school electives it was pretty clear what classes to choose and what extra curricular activities I wanted to be involved with. Band, choir, theatre, speech team, the fall and spring musicals were all […]

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Find Your Happy: 5 Simple Tips

Growing up in the small town of Owensboro, KY my passion for performing began in church. When I was 9 years old I got the opportunity to play the captain of the ship in the show Go Go Jonah! I was the youngest, smallest and shortest of the cast so casting me as the captain […]

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5 Ways To Mic An Acoustic Guitar

I remember being in preschool and watching our teacher play the piano. I was amazed and wanted nothing more but to make it sound that she could. Fortunately for me I had parents that recognized their 4th child was different to the rest of their 6 children and put me into piano lessons. Over the […]

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Make the Right Connections

By Amy Rising, Chair Film I would not have had a career in the film industry if it weren’t for the connections I made in school. Simply put, I met some people. I got a chance to work on a couple of student projects, then intern on a professional project and when I showed them […]

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It is Never Too Late to Go to Film School

It is Never too Late to Go to Film School

Regardless of any fears you may have about attending film school, it is never too late to obtain your degree in Film. In fact, now is the perfect time for you to get back to school and start pursuing your dream! Why? Check out these four reasons we believe you should apply for film school […]

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Understanding the Benefits of Mentoring in Film School, Yoda-Style

If you are comparing film school versus going it alone for your film education, working with a mentor in a collaborative learning environment should be an important consideration in your decision. Let’s first define what a “mentor” is and what can they do for you. According to Merriam-Webster, a “mentor” is defined as “a trusted […]

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