Public Programs And Events

Voice/Over: The 8th Annual School Of Media Studies Script Reading Event

Voice/Over: The 8th Annual School Of Media Studies Script Reading Event

Theresa Lang Community and Student Center, Arnhold Hall
General Public 

Voice/Over is the School of Media Studies' Annual Script Reading Event, an evening where screenplays written by students completing the Screenwriting Certificate are brought to vivid life as select portions are read before an audience of students, peers and invited film industry professionals. Not your ordinary script reading, Voice/Over uses audio and video elements in addition to accomplished actors to bring the writers’ words to cinematic life.

The event provides students with the invaluable experience of both hearing their characters come alive while also offering them the chance to publicly showcase their talent as they venture out into the professional world.

A reception will follow the readings along with the presentation of the Rena Down Memorial Screenwriting Prize.

Organized by Media Studies Professors Lana Lin and Marina Shron. Sponsored by The New School's School of Media Studies.



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