From securing necessary equipment to shooting films under new social distancing guidelines, it has been more difficult than ever for student filmmakers to begin projects. However, Barnard’s Instructional Media Technology Services—Columbia student filmmakers’ one-stop shop for everything media technology related—is still operating remotely to help students stay creative.
In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, many of IMATS’ programs and services have been shut down with most of Columbia’s in-person programs. Normally, IMATS provides University students with direct access to film equipment such as cameras, tripods, and projectors, as well as spaces to shoot and produce content. The organization
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