FEATURED STUDENT WORK
Current Recording Arts student, Anthony Rios, has been actively volunteering i the areas of sound effects and editing with Huntley Community Radio, where he has been contributing to a variety of their programs. The team over at Huntley Community Radio is extremely happy and impressed with Anthony, as he has helped them tremendously! In the words of the Huntley Community Radio: "Talented, enthusiastic creatives with a strong work ethic are hard to find."
Please check out Anthony's recent project, titled Sorry, Wrong Number:
Support Tamara T. Williams' upcoming film:
#SHARE #LIKE #SUPPORT #DONATE Please share this with as many people as you can throughout social media! That way, fellow students can create GREAT FILMS!
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One of your classmates needs your help!
"It started as a challenge for me give out 10,000 hugs in 7 days. Now it's a full-blown social experiment about how connected we are as a human race and how we show "love" differently according to race, age, social, and economic status. I have 2 questions, "What is "Love"?" and "How do you show it?"
Arraon, what do we need to do?
Watch the trailer HERE!
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Arraon, what happens next?
"My goal is to get the greenlight for the project. Therefore, I will be in Chicago in late August to tape it. I really need to get 500 plus followers as soon as possible!"
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"SAY LOVE" VIDEO
TFC would like to announce the release of the music video for "Say Love" by singer/songwriter Jess Godwin. This video is the first of a multi-song collaboration Jess is doing with Yuri Lysoivanov, Dept. Chair, Recording Arts and the students of Tribeca Flashpoint College. The song was recorded on campus by Yuri and students AJ Rahm and Victoria Salazar. The music video was directed by Bradley Bischoff, one of John Otterbacher's former students.