|Applications are now being accepted for next semester’s Harman class, “Storytelling in Film: Writing for Film and Television,” taught by Baruch alumnus and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker Sam Pollard, the Harman Program’s 50th Writer-In-Residence who, in a nice bit of symmetry, returns to his alma mater fifty years after graduating. Applications are read and accepted on a first-come, first-served basis; we recommend students submit them before registration opens on October 31st. |
If you’d like to see some of Pollard’s extraordinary work, his 2020 documentary MLK/FBI has been made available for the Baruch community through the Newman Library. Click here to log in and watch.