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Post Audio Producer: Sterling Lev

“A Post Audio Producer is someone who can see a certain potential in different individuals…combining their skills to create a soundtrack that will support the film as well as become its own entity…” – Sterling Lev

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Fist Fight Review/Interview by TFC Film Student, Aaliyah Chapman

To me, comedy has always seemed like a tough genre to write. It must feel natural and not forced to get the intended reaction. Usually, comedies evoke one of two reactions. Either ridiculous, genuine belly laughs, or the audience is left scratching their head, thinking that this was not worth the overpriced popcorn. Richie Keen’s […]

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5 Things to Consider When Financially Planning for College

5 Things to Consider When Financially Planning for College

  So you’re on your way to making your college decision. You have been accepted to three of your top colleges and honestly, you would be happy to go to any of them. But in this moment of success, you’ve realized something. You have no financial plan for college. You scan your brain for conversations […]

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5 incredible tips for balancing work and school

5 Incredible Tips for Balancing Work and School

So you want to earn a living while furthering your education, who can blame you? With the constant rise in the cost of education, most college age students are looking to strike the right balance between their study needs and their financial needs. The question is: where do you begin?

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Classical Music Recording Methods: A Conversation with Yuri Lysoivanov

The art of the classical music recording seems to get overshadowed by the actual music it records. In any given symphony, we may notice the beauty and virtuosity of the violinists, the strength and power of the horns, and the clarity of the woodwinds. But do we ever really notice that gain riding that made […]

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4 Ways to Help Your Student Find Their Passion

Four Ways to Help Your Student Find Their Passion

In a traditional four-year college, the first two years usually involve taking general education classes. Historically, it’s a time when students “find themselves” as they explore academic interests and choose a major. And if this takes an extra semester or two, no big deal. But today, it is a big deal because college is a […]

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Top 5 Movies That Revolutionized VFX

Movies create stories to entertain. And the process of making them is often a creative enterprise itself. Especially when it comes to the visual effects that add special elements to film. In the early days of film, those VFXs involved models, specially constructed sets and innovative camera techniques. And from there, it has slowly evolved into the […]

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Study Virtual Reality at Tribeca Flashpoint College

Study Virtual Reality at Tribeca Flashpoint College

Virtual reality or VR as industry pros like to say, is a computer generated world that creates an immersive, user experience simulating the real world. A simple definition. Not simple to pull off. Creating virtual reality that is…well…real, involves cutting edge technology, the skills to apply it and the imagination to do so in creative […]

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online courses: How to fit education into your schedule

Online Courses: Fitting Education Into Your Schedule

The unique advantage of an online education is flexibility. As a student, you can learn at your own pace and convenience. Rather than fit your schedule around classes, you fit classes around your schedule. Of course, there are some advantages of classes on campus too. The physical, hands-on learning under the guidance of an instructor. […]

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Fences Review/Interview By: TFC Film Student Casey Harper

August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize winning drama Fences moves from the stage to the silver screen in one of the must-see films of the year. Set in Pittsburgh during the 1950’s, Fences portrays the struggles African Americans faced with segregation in the work place. As well as the impact, it had on their families at home. […]

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