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FSU College of Motion Picture Arts among the best film schools in the nation - Florida State University News The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts continues to be recognized as one of the nation’s top film schools. In the past month alone, the college has been included in Variety magazine’s “30 Top Film Schools in North America” and in Filmschool.org’s top 10 undergraduate f...
30 Top Film Schools in North America There are world famous film schools whose names are synonymous with award-winning directors, producers, actors, screenwriters and cinematographers — to mention just a few filmmaking disciplines. Ma…
Thank you all so much for helping to support the Meryl Warren Alumni Development Fund! With all of your help we were able to surpass our fundraising goal!
Meryl’s personal connection to each student has been apparent since she first played a major role in developing the College, and she continues to remain enthusiastically involved in its daily operation and growth. Donate now during !
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Named for Meryl Warren, who is affectionately called the “mother of the Film School,” the Meryl Warren Alumni Development Fund was created to honor Meryl’s passion for FSU film students. Meryl’s gift for making a personal connection with each student has been apparent since she first started working with us. She has also played a major role in developing the College and remains enthusiastically involved in the College's daily operation and growth and stays in touch with almost every one of the graduates that have passed through our doors.
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Today is Great Give day and we need your help! We are once again raising money for the Meryl Warren Alumni Development Fund. We only have 24 hours to reach our goal! Click the link below to donate!
FSU’s Great Give to focus on donors for 11th anniversary - Florida State University News University’s Annual Giving Day Set for March 9 The Florida State University community will join together on March 9 for FSU’s Great Give, the university’s 11th annual giving day. This year, the million-dollar day is shifting its focus to donors, setting a goal of reaching 4,500 in only 24 hour...
Congratulations to second-year BFA student Tristan Owen! As cinematographer of the documentary "The Castle Builder" he won the highly competitive American Society of Cinematographers (ASC) Student Heritage Award in the Haskell Wexler Documentary Category this weekend in Los Angeles.
Congratulations to Sarah Gambles (MFA 2021) whose thesis film Fairydust won Best African American Student Film for the East Region at the 27th Annual DGA Student Awards, which were held virtually this year.
We don't want to interrupt your classes, so admission decisions will be released later this afternoon once students are out of school for the day. Don't forget to record your reaction and share it with and ! Also, please be aware of any personal information you choose to display in your celebrations.
It is FSU Day at the Capitol! Stop by our booth and say hey! ❤️💛
Join us for this year's KeyLight screening in partnership with the Oscar-qualifying HollyShorts film festival.
Although we will not be traveling to LA to celebrate, our films will! And we have a greatline-up (as usual) from our latest alumni, the BFA and MFA classes of 2021.
Here are the films in alphabetical order:
The Fish in the Sea
Last Chance Saloon
On the Third Day of an International Manhunt
Pink is the Color of the Ocean
Tickets are $20 but there is a limited number of free access tickets being made available on our behalf by the festival. To get your free access ticket, click on the festival's link below and enter the code. It's that simple!
HOW TO: Bitpix will ask you to open an account if you do not already have one. Then, paste in the discount code and ignore the credit card payment info. As soon as you apply the code, the need for a card will disappear and you can confirm your free purchase.
Don't forget to tune into Oscar.com this morning at 8:15am EST to watch the nomination announcement live!
Hey! Are you an alum? Do you know about our brand new networking site just for alums? It is called the FSUFilm Pub and you have been invited to join! There is even a mobile app. Check your email for more info!
VIRTUAL LA KEYLIGHT SCREENING
Date: Feb 23rd (thru 27th)
Join us for this year’s KeyLight screening in partnership with the Oscar qualifying film festival HollyShorts. Although we will not be traveling to LA to celebrate, our films will! And we have a great
line up (as usual) from our latest alumni, the BFA and MFA classes of 2021.
Here are the films in alphabetical order:
Fish in the Sea
Last Chance Saloon
On the Third Day of an Int’l Manhunt
Pink is the Color of the Ocean
If you are interested in learning more about the festival, our screening and how to get tickets, contact Sabrina at [email protected]
Florida State University on Twitter “The filmmaker-in-residence at @FSUFilm won a 2021 @SuncoastEmmys Award! Valerie Scoon's film “Invisible History: Middle Florida’s Hidden Roots,” won in the Documentary Historical category. Congrats, Valerie and crew! https://t.co/bytZWDhAmD”
Congratulations to our very own Valerie Scoon on her Emmy win!
Congratulations to all of this year's winners!
Click here for the complete list of winners: https://bit.ly/3Gz7Nxs
We are thrilled to announce “The Castle Builder” is nominated for the ! Thank you to the @televisionAcad Foundation for recognizing our student’s work!
Join us TONIGHT at 7pm as we screen the MFA first-year students' first completed film projects!
MFA D1 2021 Project Screening Program of MFA first-year students first completed film projects.Please click the link below for the program.http://cmpahandbook.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/...
Join us tomorrow night at 7pm as we screen the BFA first-year students' first completed film projects!
BFA F1 2021 Project Screening Program of BFA first-year students' first completed film projects.
FSU Film School faculty, Valerie Scoon, is nominated for 2021 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award!
FSU Film School faculty nominated for 2021 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award® - College of Motion Picture Arts BY: ANNA PRENTISS , ELIZABETH CHAILOSKY | PUBLISHED: DECEMBER 3, 2021 | 9:46 AM | Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts filmmaker-in-residence Valerie Scoon has been nominated for a 2021 Suncoast Regional Emmy Award® in recognition of her documentary “Invisible History: Middle F...
Join us in supporting FSU Film students this by making a gift at http://give.fsu.edu/film.
Join me on #GivingTuesday and make a gift to FSU! FSU is on the verge of becoming one of the nation’s premier higher education institutions.
Way to go, Juliana!
Juliana Toloza Serna, the director behind 2021's Latino Media Fest Audience Award, "Miss Flores", is an emergent creative. Since she was a young girl competitively roller skating in her home country of Colombia, Juliana has always kept her eye on the finish line. A lover of both animation and live-action, she refuses to be tied down to a single medium. She is an advocate for intersectionality, diversity, and representation in media. Juliana can be found at Florida State University's College of Motion Picture Arts.
Get to know Megan Baer, BFA Class of 2022!
Student Snapshot - Megan Baer - College of Motion Picture Arts Megan Baer BFA Class of 2022 Introduce yourself briefly and tell me a little bit about your background. Are you an MFA or BFA? Hi! I’m Megan Baer, a BFA student from Denver, Colorado. I’m in my senior year here at the CMPA as a directing specialist looking to pursue a career in editing and […]
The College of Motion Picture Arts is proud to join @seminoletransfers and the rest of Florida State in celebrating National Transfer Student Week! Today we are spotlighting Janicel Diaz, who transferred to FSU for our Film School! We are so proud of all that she has accomplished while at FSU!
As we continue our celebration of #transferstudentweek we wanted to spotlight Janicel Diaz, a film student at the prestigious @fsufilm! Join us in celebrating Janicel and her journey to @floridastateuniversity!
We are thrilled to announce that faculty member Valerie Scoon's documentary, Invisible History: Middle Florida's Hidden Roots, has been nominated for a Regional Emmy Award! https://film.fsu.edu/2021/05/06/fsu-film-school-faculty-to-present-new-documentary-on-history-of-plantations-and-the-enslaved-in-north-florida/
Is everybody ready? Drum roll please ... you can download the entire list of nominees in the 2021 Suncoast Regional Emmy Awards right now! https://bit.ly/3FZ3JXE
Congratulations to all of this year's nominees!
We’re here at the AAHSFF in New York today! Stop by and see us if you’re attending!
Photos from FSU Alumni Association's post
FSU Film School graduates nominated for 2021 Emmy Awards - Florida State University News Six Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts alumni have been nominated for the 2021 Emmy Awards for their work on television shows in the past year. “We are so proud of our alums,” said Reb Braddock, dean of the College of Motion Picture Arts. “This group of nominations shows a...
"When one watches a case unfold, one has to listen, be open."
Antonio Méndez Esparza — Filmmaker in Residence at
FSUFilm — spoke to the Tallahassee Democrat about his documentary "Courtroom 3H," which will be featured at the Tallahassee Film Festival this weekend.
Tallahassee Film Fest spotlights FSU filmmaker's 'Courtroom 3H' documentary Filmed over two months in Tallahassee’s Unified Family Court, the documentary explores the procedural — and dramatic — nature of family court.
Some of our recent graduates and faculty sat down with filmschool.org to discuss how COVID-19 changed film school.
How COVID-19 changed film school changed from coast to coast Stephen Galloway of Chapman, Jed Kaleko of FSU, and other rising film industry professionals reflect on how the pandemic changed film school.
FSU film school ranks as one of the best in the nation | College of Motion Picture Arts BY: ANNA PRENTISS | PUBLISHED: AUGUST 19, 2021 | 3:12 PM | SHARE: BFA Production Students pause for a photo on set. (FSU College of Motion Picture Arts) Florida State University’s College of Motion Picture Arts was ranked No. 15 among the nation’s top film schools by one of the entertainment ind...
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