Film alum Andrea Pfaff and current student Sam Spencer were involved in the creation of the collaborative “Dance | Parkinson’s” video from the Documentary Film Lab at Rutgers Filmmaking Center.
Backstage.com recently named Mason Gross’s Filmmaking program among the 30 Film Schools You Should Know.
Academy Award-Winner Thomas Lennon joined the Rutgers Filmmaking Center in Fall 2018, heading up the Documentary Film Lab. In December, PBS premiered “Sacred,” a global exploration of religious faith by 40 international filmmakers, which Lennon directed.
Thomas Lennon, the Academy Award-winning head of the Documentary Film Lab at the Rutgers Filmmaking Center, has directed a film that will premiere nationwide on PBS on December 10. Sacred is a feature-length documentary that weaves scenes from around the world by more...
The film program at Mason Gross evolved from a certificate program to a full-fledged degree, that trains students in the many facets of filmmaking: research and treatments, cinematography, lighting, field production, directing, script writing and story boarding, editing, and postproduction.