Rutgers Film Lab Collaborative Partnerships

The Rutgers Film Lab partners with scientists, artists, researchers and community leaders within the university and around the world to create dynamic non-fiction films that reach a large audience. Uniquely creative and intentionally interdisciplinary, our Film Lab team produces professional broadcast ready documentaries while involving students at every level of production.
 
Our collaborative partners include the Institute for Marine and Coastal Science, The Bloustein School for Urban Planning, The School of Engineering, The Mason Gross Dance and Music Departments, The Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health, The Office of Student Affairs, The Office of Undergraduate Admissions, The School of Arts and Sciences,  the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and the National Science Foundation (NSF).
 

Antarctic Edge: 70° South

(National Science Foundation) 
 

Generation at Risk: Joining Forces to Fight Childhood Obesity

(New Jersey Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health)
 
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The War After: Combat to Campus

(Office of Student Affairs)
 

Thailand Untapped: The Global Reach of Engineers Without Borders

(Rutgers School of Engineering)
 
 

Atlantic Crossing: A Robot's Daring Mission

(Institute for Marine and Coastal Science)
 


Jazz Trombones: A Vocal Expressions 

(Mason Gross Music Department)
 
 

Inventing our Futures

(Institute for Women's Leadership)
 
 

Planting Change: Growing a Healthy City

(Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy)
 
 

Ocean Acidification 

(National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)
 
 

Going Gaga for Dance

(Mason Gross Dance Department)
 

 


Old Salt: The Linley Rose Story

(Mason Gross Visual Arts Dept.)
 


Rutgers School of Arts and Sciences