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Great film news!

Martha Stephens (UNCSA SoF class of 2006) and Aaron Katz (UNCSA SoF class of 2004) have a film titled LAND HO! that opens on July 11th in New York and Los Angeles. For more information , http://www.sonyclassics.com/landho/.

Joey Vigour (UNCSA SoF class of 2007) has a film titled PAULIE SHORE STANDS ALONE that opens on July 14th at the Downtown Film Festival Los Angeles. For more information go to http://wl.flavorus.com/event/PAULY-SHORE-STANDS-ALONE/252465?afflky=DowntownFilmFestivalLA.

David Gordon Green (UNCSA SoF class of 1998) has directed a TV show (Steven Soderbergh, producer) titled "Red Oaks" and it will debut later this year on Amazon Instant Video. The series stars Jennifer Grey, Richard Kind and Paul Reiser. For more information go to http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/amazon-adds-steven-soderbergh-produced-716890.

Congratulations to Nathan Krochmal (UNCSA SoF Class of 2014) who is one of two students nationwide to be named to the 2014 Art Director’s Guild Production Apprentice Training Program.

Congratulations to Harper Alexander (UNCSA SoF class of 2014) on being one of three student cinematographers honored by The American Society of Cinematographers with 2014 ASC Linwood Dunn Heritage Awards on June 15th. Harper won in the undergraduate category for STARLIGHT.
http://www.theasc.com/asc_news/News_Articles/News_494.php

Congratulations to Paul Schneider (UNCSA SoF Class of 1998) for winning the award for Best Actor at this year's Tribeca Film Festival for his leading role in Angus Maclachlan's Goodbye To All That! The film was shot in Winston-Salem in late 2012. http://insidemovies.ew.com/2014/04/25/tribeca-film-festival-awards/

 

Filmmaking Theater Dean's Bio UNCSA School of Filmmaking Sizzle Reel - fall 2013

Established in 1993, the School of Filmmaking is a unique arts conservatory that combines rigorous professional training with unparalleled facilities, equipment and resources. Our program is young enough to be flexible and forward-looking, but still maintain a strong emphasis in all the film crafts, using both traditional and new digital media.