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    Warren Report 1/8/15

     We are pleased to welcome Lindsay Hartmann to the College of Motion Picture Arts as our new Director of Development.  Lindsay joined our team right before the holiday break and comes to us from Texas with almost nine years of fundraising experience. Over the course of her career, Lindsay has participated in every type of fundraising work you can think of, from annual appeals and phone-a-thons to extensive major gift solicitations. Her journey has equipped her for the College of Motion Picture Arts and all the exciting opportunities with our alumni and community. She is excited to work with all of us to establish sustainable fundraising initiatives for our students and programs. Aaron Moorhead (BFA 08) has been selected, along with his writing partner Justin Benson, as one of 10 Directors to Watch:  "Spring" Duo Benson and Moorhead Break the Mold!"  Go to http://tinyurl.com/k8h6qvq to read the Variety article about Aaron and Justin.   Congratulations!!!!From  C Tyler Capo (BFA 13)  “It has taken me just a tad over a year to get it, but I am very glad to be accepting what I would call my first "industry" job with HSN as part of their on-call filming crew. Very excited to get the paperwork processed and start meeting others in the small (but not non-existent!) market down here in Florida!” From Katie Payne (BFA 14)   “Starting in January I will be working as an archivist or the Norman Family, whose late grandfather, Richard Norman, was a silent film director in the 1920s. Richard Norman was exceptional because he was one of the first people to cast all black folks in his films, and in non-stereotypical, non-racist roles. His most famous and best surviving film is called The Flying Ace, and purportedly inspired many of the Tuskegee Airmen to become aviators. A restored print now resides in the Library of Congress.  Anyway, the family wants me to archive, catalog and organize the boxes and boxes of stuff from Richard Norman's films. I'm talking about 100 year old color posters, photographs, letters, ledgers, etc. I'll then help them decide what can be sent to museums and what to keep for the family. I can't wait!  If anyone has any experience with this type of archiving, please contact me:  katielizpayne@gmail.com From Ruth Hernandez (MFA 98)  “Got a little love for an old script. ALL FOR ONE got accepted in the pilot program CULTIVEIGHT.  CULTIVEIGHT a brand new program to promote unproduced writers and introduce them to producers, directors and show runners who will help the writers develop a script further through extensive notes and follow through all the way with the pitch. I was recommended for the program by a producer (a good friend that I met THROUGH an FSU CONNECTION.  The program is supposed to last 8 months.  This is their first year so I don't know how they'll take applicants in the future. I can't wait to begin.”   Go to http://tinyurl.com/nfvx4hc to read more about CULTIVEIGHT.   From Ben Mekler (BFA 10)  “Christopher Amick (BFA 10), David Soldinger, and my Adult Swim infomercial, got made, via an interview with the incredible, edible SuperDave! Read and enjoy and share!  http://tinyurl.com/lxmazzd From Julie Ann Wight (MFA 02)  “2014 was a busy year for me. I was a finalist in Universal Pictures' Emerging Writers Fellowship, was named one of the Tracking Board's Top 100 Writers on the Verge, continued writing children's stories as a contributing author for FarFaria and wrapped up the year by going into production on the web series I created, "No Good Deeds." I conceived the series for the online course I teach on Episodic and Serial Writing at Full Sail University in order to offer my students spec writing experience. We've collaborated Full Sail's Film Production MFA program on campus to shoot the series and just wrapped production of our first two episodes. Faculty (including fellow alum, Paul Mayne (MFA 97) will be shooting the pilot I wrote for the series in January, and then our student episodes will be incorporated into monthly shoots starting in February. It's been a terrific experience so far, and I look forward to sharing more once we begin distribution online.” From Steven Acevedo (MFA 05) “I had the pleasure of shooting the soon to be released ESPN 30 for 30 short, "Student/Athlete" directed by Ken Jeong, and edited by Marc Carlini (MFA 05).   It's the amazing story of Reggie Ho, the most unlikely of Notre Dame football legends (Think Rudy, but more impressive). Be sure to check it out this Wednesday, Jan. 7 onGrantland.com. In the meantime, here's a littlepreview...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MicMQQGfXUQ&feature=youtu.be and the link to the actual movie is at http://grantland.com/features/30-for-30-shorts-studentathlete/ From Vivian Xavier (MFA 13)  “I have shot 3 commercials and 1 documentary but i have increasingly become involved in Colour grading on Da Vinci after helping set up a colour grading suite for a production house. I have completed 1 feature film, 1 feature documentary that had it's premiere in India as well as 2 music videos as a colourist and enjoy it quite a bit. . I have developed a course entitled Visual Storytelling and have taught that at a university. I have been called back next semester to teach as well. To keep myself busy i write reviews for a local magazine and that's a lot of fun. You can check some of what i've written at this link.   http://tribune.com.pk/story/793695/movie-review-interstellar-20000-leagues-over-the-sea/ From Jennie Jarvis (BFA 00): Super stoked to see that my textbook Crafting the Character Arc is currently #19 on the Amazon Bestseller kindle books for screenwriting. Blake Snyder is at #36, so I'm definitely having my HECK YEAH! moment right now. The textbook is, obviously, selling well and is already being used by multiple schools as a writing resource, in screenwriting classes as well as general narrative fiction writing classes. And since the book has been out less than four months, I can't wait to see where it goes from here!  I'm also still serving as the Faculty Chairperson for the Annual Florida Writers Conference. I'll be taking proposals from writers who are interested in speaking at the conference until January 15th, and I'd love to see some more screenwriters apply. The conference runs October 15-18th, and I have the funds to fly in a couple of bigger screenwriters, especially if they have adapted novels to the big screen (T.S. Nowlin (BFA 03), are you listening?!!) so please encourage fellow FSU-ers to apply! The application form can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/FWA2015 From Sam Beam (MFA 99) (Iron and Wine)  "Excited to ring in the new year with the release of Archive Series Volume No. 1. With the Archive Series, Sam Beam (Iron & Wine) will be gathering otherwise unreleased home recordings, covers, and live sets from his entire career and releasing them on his own label, Black Cricket Recording Co. Archive Series Volume No. 1 will be released worldwide on Feb 24, 2015. Pre-orders for CD and LP begin today via Iron & Wine Webstore - http://bit.ly/bc001preorder   Enjoy the track "Everyone's Summer of '95" -http://bit.ly/bc001summer95"From Michael Culyba (MFA 98 )  “I’m still editing documentaries full time, but enjoying teaching the video journalism course  as an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism at same time.” From Ji Im (BFA  93)  “Brian's Dots, a Documentary Short won an award of merit from The Best Shorts.   The Best Shorts Competition puts filmmakers first and provides a direct opportunity for recognition and publicity for high quality productions.” Larry Verbit (MFA, Theatre) who is an entertainment attorney and has worked with alums has moved his office to the heart of Hollywood, right across from Grauman’s Chinese Theatre and next to the El Capitan Theatre and the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel.  His new address is: 6922 Hollywood Boulevard, Suite 300, Hollywood, CA 90028.  He’s keeping his Beverly Hills phone number: 310-277-6400 and the same email address and website, respectively: lverbit@dhvlaw.com and www.dhvlaw.com.  While maintaining his solo practice, at his new location, he’ll also be serving part time as Vice President, Business Affairs and Legal for Ralph Edwards Productions…one of Hollywood’s oldest TV production companies, with an extensive historical library, including “This is Your Life” and which also co-produces, along with Stu Billett, “The People’s Court.”  Larry recently was a sponsor of the International Documentary Association Awards at Paramount Studios where Robert Redford received the Lifetime Achievement Award and his clients, Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato of World of Wonder Productions received the Pioneer Award. He wants to remind Film School Alums that he’s happy to discuss matters with them and if they are new to L.A. to help navigate the legal minefield. From Summer Wallace:  ‘We want to let FSU know about our new theatre company, the Urbanite Theatre, in downtown Sarasota. The Urbanite is founded by myself and Brendan Ragan both alumni of the FSU/Asolo Conservatory MFA acting program.The Urbanite Theatre is a brand new black box theatre space, currently under construction and we will be opening our doors in the spring!  We will be focusing on new and contemporary works, actor driven productions, push boundaries, limited spectacle, and hope to bring a younger generation to the theatre.  One of our many goals is to support as many emerging artists as possible. We are currently, looking for play submissions for our 2015/2016 season. Submissions can be sent via email at urbanitetheatre.com  In addition to plays, we will also be looking for actors, designers, and have tech opportunities.  Being that we are alumni of FSU we wanted to let you know we are here, and hope we can build a relationship with emerging artists from FSU!  Below is our website where you can find more information.  urbanitetheatre.com From Craig Miller (MFA  02)  “Southeast Christian Church is a mega-church in Louisville, Kentucky, the 4th largest church in the country. We have 4 campuses in the Kentucky/Indiana Area and the church is at the forefront of Christian film and media. We are currently looking for two creative team members to join the growing film, television and video ministry. Our team is very blessed to work within a brand new Creative Arts Center containing an 8,000 sq ft soundstage, 3,000 sq ft 360-degree greenscreen/VFX studio, ADR/Foley Stage, and the team has tremendous human resources as well as equipment resources.  We use all of this to create media content of all kinds to spread the Gospel to the corners of the world telling God's stories both locally, nationally, and around the globe. We have a new, open position for a WRITER/DIRECTOR to lead teams of cinematographers/editors and spearhead creative development.  We also have an open position for an EDITOR/SOUND MIXER to shoot and edit (20% of the time), and be the primary sound mixer for production and post-production of all projects (80% of the time).  Contact Craig Miller  if you have any questions (cmiller@secc.org), or apply at (Writer/Director) http://southeast.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2q738y8xugy or (Editor/Sound Mixer) http://southeast.applicantstack.com/x/detail/a2q738y13bfc  It is COLD in Tallahassee—24 degrees when I was driving to work this morning!     FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – January 8, 2015 Brother’s Keeper (MFA D2 2013 Rob Thomason) was selected for screening at the Dam Short Film Festival in Boulder City, Nevada, February 4-7. For more information about this festival, go to www.damshortfilm.org. Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was selected for screening at the inaugural Northwest Horrorfest in Seattle on February 14. For more information about this festival, go to https://www.facebook.com/NorthwestHorrorfest. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle), Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders), Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson), Heyln Springs (MFA Thesis 2014 Noah Camenker), Lust in Translation (MFA Thesis 2014 Benjamin Treichel), A Blind Man (MFA Thesis 2014 Joel Black), Vroom Vroom Yum Yum (BFA Documentary 2013 Mana Handel),  and Apalachicola (MFA Thesis 2014 John Francis) were selected for screening at the Love Your Shorts Film Festival in Sanford, Florida, February 12-15. For more information about this festival, go to www.loveyourshorts.com. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders), Wireless (MFA D2 2014 Fred Johnson), Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders) and H.A.M. (MFA D2 2014 Kariim Charlier) were selected for screening at the FSU Black Film Festival in Tallahassee on January 16. For more information about this festival, go to http://movies.fsu.edu/Upcoming-Movies/3rd-Annual-Black-Film-Festival.   Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the San Diego Film Festival, January 29 – February 1. For more information about this festival, go to www.sdbff.com. Harmony Brooks and the Case of the Missing Nucleus (MFA D2 2014 Whitney Clinkscales) was selected for screening at the Children’s Film Festival of Seattle, January 22 – February 7. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.childrensfilmfestivalseattle.org. Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was invited for screening at Meme Pas Peur International Film Festival of the Fantastic in Saint-Philippe, France in the second half of February, 2015. For more information about this festival, go to www.festivalmemepaspeur.com. The Surreal and the Self (BFA Documentary 2013 Jon Sams) was selected for screening at the American Documentary Film Festival, March 26-30 in Palm Springs, California. For more information about this festival, go to www.americandocumentaryfilmfestival.com. Death Has a Son (BFA Thesis 2013 Zack Ogle) and Beer Battle (BFA Documentary 2014 Hunter Truman) were selected to screen as part of the Best of Brouhaha side bar at the Florida Film Festival, April 10-19 in Orlando. For more information about this festival, go to www.floridafilmfestival.comSee More

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