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     If you missed the screening in L.A. last week and want to see the films, let me know and I’ll send you a private vimeo link. David Rodriguez posted in Moviepilot the 10 Top Horror Movies to Look for in 2015:  No. 1 is Aaron Moorhead’s (BFA  08) Spring.  “Juston Benson and Aaron Moorhead are two of the most fantastic contemporary genre directors, and they already delivered a brilliant piece with Resolution.  Now they’ve struck again with this creature flick said to be some sort Lovecraftian love story, already a festival favorite.”   No. 2 is David Robert Mitchell’s (MFA  02)  It Follows:  “According to everyone that wtched this at festivals, It Follows is a phenomenon, one of the most brilliant and remarkable horrors.”.  Congratulations  guys – The Film School grads rock the horror category! Joe Hackman (BFA 12) here.  HBO's premiered a new documentary on Sunday, February 8th. It's called The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst and a handful of FSU alumni, myself included, worked on it. Spencer Lenzie (MFA '13) and Mike Earnhardt (MFA '00) worked with me on the ad campaign at InSync + BemisBalkind (our :60 spot here) and Tatiana Bears (BFA '13) worked as a Production Coordinator for a reenactment shoot. If any alumni have HBO, they should watch The Jinx. It's an intense true crime documentary that's right up the alley of anyone who listened to the Serial podcast last year.”From Frank Goodin (MFA  97)  “I'm ecstatic to bring to you my recently completed graphic novel series, LIFE OR DEATH. The story is honest, and quite serious in tone, yet inspirational - especially in today's increasingly poisonous popular culture. Anyone who knows me knows that I don't 'brag' on my own work, but please allow me to say that if you work with or influence youth in any way, you need this powerful story in your arsenal. Take this from an Emmy Award winning independent film-maker - I'm indeed biased but the work is outstanding. As with my previous work in film, I have faith that this project will aid in shifting lives in a positive direction. It is worthy of your support, and I (as an independent creator) certainly need it. Inbox me if you're interested in ordering the set, and I also am available for classroom presentations or group lectures if you have a youth group you feel this would be good for. Thank you to all of you who helped me complete this project, and a special shout to my illustrator Matana Youmin Park - the visual style is a perfect match for this story.”From Mark Bresnahan (formerly with the Animation/Digital Arts program in West Palm Beach:  “I recently started a job with Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach. I am serving as the Director of Procurement. The main focus of my job is overseeing purchasing for the university and negotiating university wide contracts. I have only been in the job a couple months, but it seems like a few years. When I was with FSU, I assisted in forming a partnership with Palm Beach Atlantic. The partnership allowed FSU students access to the recreation center, intramurals, library, and the dining hall. Truth be told, I probably took advantage of the partnership more than any other student, except for Kyla Trull and Jon Lora. They were always in the gym working on their bench.Prior to starting with PBA, I traveled all around Europe. Shortly after realizing that we had no control over the future of FSU in West Palm Beach, I started planning my trip. I had the opportunity to travel through 17 different countries in three months. It was such an incredible experience. I really believe that traveling provides for the best learning opportunities. It makes you more tolerant and understanding of different cultures and ways of life. There are so many great stories and memories from my trip. It’s always easier when you sum it up by numbers (I’m not prepared to write the whole Warren Report ): I slept in 28 different beds, survived one attempted robbery, went through one complete strip search at the border to Liechtenstein, one car search, two DUI checks (no one was drinking), averaged eating two pastries a day, met people from over 50 different countries, attended church in 4 different languages, gained 0 pounds but lost all the muscle I had, and made a few good friends along the way. If you have the slightest inclination to travel, do it! You will find out around 1am in a hostel in the middle of Poland that debating politics and religion with 6 people from 5 different countries, that you made the best decision of your life, to explore the world. I try to keep up with following the students and staff at FSU through Facebook and e-mail, but please know that I thinking about each of you and look forward to seeing all of you again soon, possibly graduation day. Go Noles!” From Marissa Messier (BFA  98)   “Here is the McFarland, USA Featurette we produced:  Go behind the scenes of a true American story in this McFarland, USA featurette starring Kevin Costner and Juanes! In theaters February 20! http://di.sn/6006LzL0From Nina Juliano (MFA  06)  who produced this show:  “The inspiring story of the beloved Father Roberto Balducelli will air on EWTN February 21st at 1pm PST / 4pm EST. It will also be available streaming live at the EWTN website for those who don't have cable. You can also check the EWTN schedule here for exact times in your area.
  "A Man for Others: The Life of Father Roberto Balducelli" is a documentary about a sage-like Italian immigrant priest whose life and work have been a great inspiration to everyone who knew him: from victims he aided during a WWII bombing, to the Jewish families he hid from the Nazi's, to the struggling Italian immigrants in the US, for whom he built an entire church and community with donations alone. The film recounts these and many other captivating stories through animated interviews with Father Roberto as well as those who knew him. This humble man shows us that with simple faith, we can truly move mountains.

I would like to share that while making this film, many of the crew members were not part of the Church, but everyone who worked on this production grew to love this inspiring man, who we began to fondly refer to as "the Italian Yoda." That is why I truly believe that A Man For Others is a universally inspiring story for all audiences.  Watch the trailer on Facebook 
    Watch the trailer on Youtube From Briana Frapart (BFA  11)  “I'm helping FSU alum with an upcoming production, "Banish'd"- a webseries and potential TV pilot. We are filming Friday 2/20 to Monday 2/23 in L.A. and are in need of the following to make this a successful production. The majority of our cast and crew are FSU alum, so we'd love to involve as many alum as possible. Will surely be a fun and exciting production! Could we share this in the next Warren Report, please? I posted the below on Facebook recently: "FSU family & friends: I'm producing "Banish'd" (SAG New Media) with Patrick Nissim (BFA '10), Mary Risk, Joy Fox, Cassie Keet, and Jacki Von Preysing Friday 2/20 through Monday 2/23 and we are looking for a few things to make this production super fun and successful! We also have a super talented Director of Photography on board...Jacob Abrams (BFA '11).LOCATION:1. Any apartments/houses that have a living room space, bathroom, and kitchen (need up to 2 days for filming).2. Swanky, upper class law firm type offices- We are willing to pay, of course -CREW:1. PAs on 2/20, 2/21, 2/22, and 2/23 (don't have to be free every day or all day necessarily) for production team, lighting/camera department, PD and costume departments (if you're a recent grad, we can provide internship credit and hours). Copy/credit/meals.2. Sound mixer / boom operator (paid position; ideally looking for someone who owns equipment already).CAST:1. Some fun-loving extras! More information TBD on this one, but I can guarantee you that you'll have a hilarious time on set if you come out and join us. Copy/credit/meals.Email me at brianafrapart@gmail.com or text/call 954-324-6973. Thanks!" From the FSU Foundation:  “FSU’s Raise the Torch campaign video was produced and unveiled at the Oct. 17 public launch of Raise the Torch: The Campaign for Florida State. I am happy to report that the video—along with the video production company, FRAME (Patrick Gines (BFA 10))—won a gold ADDY award in the American Advertising Federation’s local American Advertising Awards. The American Advertising Awards serves as the creative industry’s largest advertising competition and annually attracts more than 60,000 entries. The local AAA competition is the first of a three-tiered national competition. The Raise the Torch video will compete in the District competition in March, and if the video wins at Districts, it will move forward to compete at the National competition this summer. Additionally, the video was awarded the Fellis J. Carnley Best of Broadcast award at the local competition.Visit raisethetorch.fsu.edu to view the Raise the Torch video. Congratulations, and thank you to all who contributed to the video’s success.”From Ron Johnson (BFA 10)  “Looking for freelance visual effects and graphics artists in LA! We're a VERY small studio hoping to crank out a LOT of content. See your work on TV, in theaters, and in Times Square as you work on marketing big studio films. Looking for artists with experience in Adobe's Creative Cloud (After Effects, mostly), Cinema 4D, Maya, Nuke, and everything in between. Additional experience with editorial and sound design is fantastic.  Please email your resume and reel to Ron Johnson at enginestudiosrecruiting@gmail.com “ From Chris Amick (BFA  10)  “Screencraft.org is looking to bring on a full-time multi-hyphenate for their startup business. Check out their website and then read the job responsibilities before you submit, because it's a full workload but could be great for the right person. You would be:- Reading scripts and writing coverage- Designing graphics in photoshop for social media sharing- Writing blog posts about screenwriting / for screenwriters- Organizing/producing live panel events (panel of managers talking about getting repped, panel of horror screenwriters talking about the genre, etc) so you need to have some established connections in order to line up guests- Working with the team to create a live streaming feed of their live events- Helping them create an online screenwriting community based around their recently acquired online real-time screenwriting software, WriterDuet.- Literally anything else the company needs. It's two people right now, so there would be a lot, but there's something very exciting about being the third member of the team. You would work mostly from home and make your own hours. Pays around $36k per year. No benefits, but like most start ups, you get in on the ground floor and can grow with the company.  The founders are very cool, young, smart, and open to collaboration and new ideas. You would really need to come in with a broad set of skills and a great attitude, but the right person could make this into a great position with lots of room to grow. If you're interested, send me your resume and some info on why you're the right person and I'll pass along! Chris.Amick.Film@gmail.com FSU's Student Life Cinema will be taking a group of Film Programmers to SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX,  March 13-17th. Anyone on this list that has a film playing at SXSW 2015 or will be attending to serve on a panel or as a mentor please let Kathleen Barber (BFA 97), ASLC Program Director,  know by emailing to ksbarber@fsu.edu or messaging her on facebook. 2015 Pipeline FellowshipThe Pipeline Fellowship offers writers an ongoing, exclusive opportunity to receive a one-year mentorship with Script Pipeline and industry professionals. Unlike our competitions, we’re not looking for a single great script–we’re searching for those who possess the most potential to launch a writing career and are dedicated to the intensive process of improving as a writer.  Once selected, Pipeline Fellows receive continuous mentoring with Script Pipeline staff, in addition to several personal consultations with screenwriter Will McCormack (Toy Story 4) and Pipeline co-founder Dave Kline. At the end of the Fellowship period, writers will be introduced to producers, managers, agents, and other influential representatives.  We select a minimum of four Fellows, and there is no maximum number of selections. Applicants may submit up to two different projects, screenplays or TV pilots. As the review process is on-going, Fellows are notified of their selection immediately, prior to the December 15th deadline.  Submit Your Application The Mental Health Association of Indian River County's  is hosting  "Pathos, Pasta and Pantoliano" on Saturday, March 21, 5:00 PM at the Vero Beach Museum of Art.  Part of the program will include a screening of Joe Greco’s (BFA  94) Canvas, in which Joey Pantoliano was the lead actor.  Go to  http://www.mhairc.org/ for tickets.   FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – February 12, 2015 TeppanDead (MFA D2 2011 Hillary Lavin) was awarded Best American Short and Best Student Film in the American Online Film Awards in New York City. For more information about this competition, go to https://www.americanonlinefilmawards.org/. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders) was awarded Florida Favorite at the Tally Shorts Film Festival in Tallahassee, on February 7. For more information about this festival, go to www.tallyshorts.com. Coda (BFA F1 2014 Mark Breedlove) was selected for screening at the Black Warrior Film Festival in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 11-13. For more information about this festival, go to www.blackwarriorfilmfest.com. S.P.A.G.H.E.T.T.1 (MFA Thesis 2009 Adam Varney) was invited to screen at Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention, March 6-8 in Tuscon, Arizona. For more information about this festival, go to https://www.wildwestcon.com/. Cootie Contagion (BFA Thesis 2012 Josh Smooha) was selected for screening at the Phoenix Film Festival, March 26 – April 2. For more information about this festival, go to www.phoenixfilmfestival.com. Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson) and Fathers & Daughters (MFA Thesis 2014 Mithra Alavi) were selected for screening at the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival, March 26-28. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.brooklyngirlfilmfest.com/. A Promise (MFA D2 2014 Saad Nawab) was selected for screening at the Speechless Film Festival in Mankato, Minnesota, March 20-21. For more information about this festival, go to http://speechlessfilmfestival.com. With Your Crooked Heart (BFA Thesis 2014 Sam Goodwin/Margie Cooper) and Byroad (BFA Thesis 2014 Raymond Calderon) were awarded Honorable Mention at the William & Mary Student Short Film Competition in Williamsburg, Virginia, February 19-22. For more information about this competition, go to http://filmfestival.wm.edu.  Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was selected for screening on the highly competitive Short of the Week. More information to follow, but for more information on Short of the Week, go to http://www.shortoftheweek.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. Brother’s Keeper (MFA D2 2013 Rob Thomason) and Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson) were 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. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders), Know More (2014 PSA directed by Jamie Klein), A Promise (MFA D2 2014 Saad Nawab) were selected for screening at the Tally Shorts film festival in Tallahassee on February 7. For more information about this festival, go to www.tallyshorts.com. 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. 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. 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. I Am One (BFA F2 2014 Christian Klein) was selected for screening at the inaugural WideScreen Film & Music Video Festival in Miami, February 27 – March 3. For more information about this festival, go to http://widescreenfest.com. Whatever We Want To Be (MFA Thesis 2014 Stephanie Williams) was selected for screening at the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival, March 15-20. For more information about this festival, go to www.lawomensfest.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. These Woods (BFA Thesis 2013 Tatiana Bears) was selected for screening at the Ozark Foothills Film Fest in Batesville, Arkansas, April 2-6. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.ozarkfoothillsfilmfest.org/. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders), Until Death (MFA D2 2014 Erica Chan), Byroad (BFA Thesis 2014 Raymond Calderon), Earning Jenny (BFA Documentary 2014 Jamie Rice), Behind the Image (BFA Documentary 2014 April Moore/Byron Leon) and Hashi (BFA Thesis 2014 Mana Handel) were selected for screening at the Black Warrior Film Festival in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 11-13. For more information about this festival, go to www.blackwarriorfilmfest.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.com.-- Meryl Warren, Director of Alumni            College of Motion Picture ArtsA5100 University Center, Florida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2350850 524 0063 (cell) ;  850 644 2626 faxmwarren@film.fsu.edufilm.fsu.eduSee More

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     If you missed the screening in L.A. last week and want to see the films, let me know and I’ll send you a private vimeo link. David Rodriguez posted in Moviepilot the 10 Top Horror Movies to Look for in 2015:  No. 1 is Aaron Moorhead’s (BFA  08) Spring.  “Juston Benson and Aaron Moorhead are two of the most fantastic contemporary genre directors, and they already delivered a brilliant piece with Resolution.  Now they’ve struck again with this creature flick said to be some sort Lovecraftian love story, already a festival favorite.”   No. 2 is David Robert Mitchell’s (MFA  02)  It Follows:  “According to everyone that wtched this at festivals, It Follows is a phenomenon, one of the most brilliant and remarkable horrors.”.  Congratulations  guys – The Film School grads rock the horror category! Joe Hackman (BFA 12) here.  HBO's premiered a new documentary on Sunday, February 8th. It's called The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst and a handful of FSU alumni, myself included, worked on it. Spencer Lenzie (MFA '13) and Mike Earnhardt (MFA '00) worked with me on the ad campaign at InSync + BemisBalkind (our :60 spot here) and Tatiana Bears (BFA '13) worked as a Production Coordinator for a reenactment shoot. If any alumni have HBO, they should watch The Jinx. It's an intense true crime documentary that's right up the alley of anyone who listened to the Serial podcast last year.”From Frank Goodin (MFA  97)  “I'm ecstatic to bring to you my recently completed graphic novel series, LIFE OR DEATH. The story is honest, and quite serious in tone, yet inspirational - especially in today's increasingly poisonous popular culture. Anyone who knows me knows that I don't 'brag' on my own work, but please allow me to say that if you work with or influence youth in any way, you need this powerful story in your arsenal. Take this from an Emmy Award winning independent film-maker - I'm indeed biased but the work is outstanding. As with my previous work in film, I have faith that this project will aid in shifting lives in a positive direction. It is worthy of your support, and I (as an independent creator) certainly need it. Inbox me if you're interested in ordering the set, and I also am available for classroom presentations or group lectures if you have a youth group you feel this would be good for. Thank you to all of you who helped me complete this project, and a special shout to my illustrator Matana Youmin Park - the visual style is a perfect match for this story.”From Mark Bresnahan (formerly with the Animation/Digital Arts program in West Palm Beach:  “I recently started a job with Palm Beach Atlantic University in West Palm Beach. I am serving as the Director of Procurement. The main focus of my job is overseeing purchasing for the university and negotiating university wide contracts. I have only been in the job a couple months, but it seems like a few years. When I was with FSU, I assisted in forming a partnership with Palm Beach Atlantic. The partnership allowed FSU students access to the recreation center, intramurals, library, and the dining hall. Truth be told, I probably took advantage of the partnership more than any other student, except for Kyla Trull and Jon Lora. They were always in the gym working on their bench.Prior to starting with PBA, I traveled all around Europe. Shortly after realizing that we had no control over the future of FSU in West Palm Beach, I started planning my trip. I had the opportunity to travel through 17 different countries in three months. It was such an incredible experience. I really believe that traveling provides for the best learning opportunities. It makes you more tolerant and understanding of different cultures and ways of life. There are so many great stories and memories from my trip. It’s always easier when you sum it up by numbers (I’m not prepared to write the whole Warren Report ): I slept in 28 different beds, survived one attempted robbery, went through one complete strip search at the border to Liechtenstein, one car search, two DUI checks (no one was drinking), averaged eating two pastries a day, met people from over 50 different countries, attended church in 4 different languages, gained 0 pounds but lost all the muscle I had, and made a few good friends along the way. If you have the slightest inclination to travel, do it! You will find out around 1am in a hostel in the middle of Poland that debating politics and religion with 6 people from 5 different countries, that you made the best decision of your life, to explore the world. I try to keep up with following the students and staff at FSU through Facebook and e-mail, but please know that I thinking about each of you and look forward to seeing all of you again soon, possibly graduation day. Go Noles!” From Marissa Messier (BFA  98)   “Here is the McFarland, USA Featurette we produced:  Go behind the scenes of a true American story in this McFarland, USA featurette starring Kevin Costner and Juanes! In theaters February 20! http://di.sn/6006LzL0From Nina Juliano (MFA  06)  who produced this show:  “The inspiring story of the beloved Father Roberto Balducelli will air on EWTN February 21st at 1pm PST / 4pm EST. It will also be available streaming live at the EWTN website for those who don't have cable. You can also check the EWTN schedule here for exact times in your area.
  "A Man for Others: The Life of Father Roberto Balducelli" is a documentary about a sage-like Italian immigrant priest whose life and work have been a great inspiration to everyone who knew him: from victims he aided during a WWII bombing, to the Jewish families he hid from the Nazi's, to the struggling Italian immigrants in the US, for whom he built an entire church and community with donations alone. The film recounts these and many other captivating stories through animated interviews with Father Roberto as well as those who knew him. This humble man shows us that with simple faith, we can truly move mountains.

I would like to share that while making this film, many of the crew members were not part of the Church, but everyone who worked on this production grew to love this inspiring man, who we began to fondly refer to as "the Italian Yoda." That is why I truly believe that A Man For Others is a universally inspiring story for all audiences.  Watch the trailer on Facebook 
    Watch the trailer on Youtube From Briana Frapart (BFA  11)  “I'm helping FSU alum with an upcoming production, "Banish'd"- a webseries and potential TV pilot. We are filming Friday 2/20 to Monday 2/23 in L.A. and are in need of the following to make this a successful production. The majority of our cast and crew are FSU alum, so we'd love to involve as many alum as possible. Will surely be a fun and exciting production! Could we share this in the next Warren Report, please? I posted the below on Facebook recently: "FSU family & friends: I'm producing "Banish'd" (SAG New Media) with Patrick Nissim (BFA '10), Mary Risk, Joy Fox, Cassie Keet, and Jacki Von Preysing Friday 2/20 through Monday 2/23 and we are looking for a few things to make this production super fun and successful! We also have a super talented Director of Photography on board...Jacob Abrams (BFA '11).LOCATION:1. Any apartments/houses that have a living room space, bathroom, and kitchen (need up to 2 days for filming).2. Swanky, upper class law firm type offices- We are willing to pay, of course -CREW:1. PAs on 2/20, 2/21, 2/22, and 2/23 (don't have to be free every day or all day necessarily) for production team, lighting/camera department, PD and costume departments (if you're a recent grad, we can provide internship credit and hours). Copy/credit/meals.2. Sound mixer / boom operator (paid position; ideally looking for someone who owns equipment already).CAST:1. Some fun-loving extras! More information TBD on this one, but I can guarantee you that you'll have a hilarious time on set if you come out and join us. Copy/credit/meals.Email me at brianafrapart@gmail.com or text/call 954-324-6973. Thanks!" From the FSU Foundation:  “FSU’s Raise the Torch campaign video was produced and unveiled at the Oct. 17 public launch of Raise the Torch: The Campaign for Florida State. I am happy to report that the video—along with the video production company, FRAME (Patrick Gines (BFA 10))—won a gold ADDY award in the American Advertising Federation’s local American Advertising Awards. The American Advertising Awards serves as the creative industry’s largest advertising competition and annually attracts more than 60,000 entries. The local AAA competition is the first of a three-tiered national competition. The Raise the Torch video will compete in the District competition in March, and if the video wins at Districts, it will move forward to compete at the National competition this summer. Additionally, the video was awarded the Fellis J. Carnley Best of Broadcast award at the local competition.Visit raisethetorch.fsu.edu to view the Raise the Torch video. Congratulations, and thank you to all who contributed to the video’s success.”From Ron Johnson (BFA 10)  “Looking for freelance visual effects and graphics artists in LA! We're a VERY small studio hoping to crank out a LOT of content. See your work on TV, in theaters, and in Times Square as you work on marketing big studio films. Looking for artists with experience in Adobe's Creative Cloud (After Effects, mostly), Cinema 4D, Maya, Nuke, and everything in between. Additional experience with editorial and sound design is fantastic.  Please email your resume and reel to Ron Johnson at enginestudiosrecruiting@gmail.com “ From Chris Amick (BFA  10)  “Screencraft.org is looking to bring on a full-time multi-hyphenate for their startup business. Check out their website and then read the job responsibilities before you submit, because it's a full workload but could be great for the right person. You would be:- Reading scripts and writing coverage- Designing graphics in photoshop for social media sharing- Writing blog posts about screenwriting / for screenwriters- Organizing/producing live panel events (panel of managers talking about getting repped, panel of horror screenwriters talking about the genre, etc) so you need to have some established connections in order to line up guests- Working with the team to create a live streaming feed of their live events- Helping them create an online screenwriting community based around their recently acquired online real-time screenwriting software, WriterDuet.- Literally anything else the company needs. It's two people right now, so there would be a lot, but there's something very exciting about being the third member of the team. You would work mostly from home and make your own hours. Pays around $36k per year. No benefits, but like most start ups, you get in on the ground floor and can grow with the company.  The founders are very cool, young, smart, and open to collaboration and new ideas. You would really need to come in with a broad set of skills and a great attitude, but the right person could make this into a great position with lots of room to grow. If you're interested, send me your resume and some info on why you're the right person and I'll pass along! Chris.Amick.Film@gmail.com FSU's Student Life Cinema will be taking a group of Film Programmers to SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX,  March 13-17th. Anyone on this list that has a film playing at SXSW 2015 or will be attending to serve on a panel or as a mentor please let Kathleen Barber (BFA 97), ASLC Program Director,  know by emailing to ksbarber@fsu.edu or messaging her on facebook. 2015 Pipeline FellowshipThe Pipeline Fellowship offers writers an ongoing, exclusive opportunity to receive a one-year mentorship with Script Pipeline and industry professionals. Unlike our competitions, we’re not looking for a single great script–we’re searching for those who possess the most potential to launch a writing career and are dedicated to the intensive process of improving as a writer.  Once selected, Pipeline Fellows receive continuous mentoring with Script Pipeline staff, in addition to several personal consultations with screenwriter Will McCormack (Toy Story 4) and Pipeline co-founder Dave Kline. At the end of the Fellowship period, writers will be introduced to producers, managers, agents, and other influential representatives.  We select a minimum of four Fellows, and there is no maximum number of selections. Applicants may submit up to two different projects, screenplays or TV pilots. As the review process is on-going, Fellows are notified of their selection immediately, prior to the December 15th deadline.  Submit Your Application The Mental Health Association of Indian River County's  is hosting  "Pathos, Pasta and Pantoliano" on Saturday, March 21, 5:00 PM at the Vero Beach Museum of Art.  Part of the program will include a screening of Joe Greco’s (BFA  94) Canvas, in which Joey Pantoliano was the lead actor.  Go to  http://www.mhairc.org/ for tickets.   FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – February 12, 2015 TeppanDead (MFA D2 2011 Hillary Lavin) was awarded Best American Short and Best Student Film in the American Online Film Awards in New York City. For more information about this competition, go to https://www.americanonlinefilmawards.org/. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders) was awarded Florida Favorite at the Tally Shorts Film Festival in Tallahassee, on February 7. For more information about this festival, go to www.tallyshorts.com. Coda (BFA F1 2014 Mark Breedlove) was selected for screening at the Black Warrior Film Festival in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 11-13. For more information about this festival, go to www.blackwarriorfilmfest.com. S.P.A.G.H.E.T.T.1 (MFA Thesis 2009 Adam Varney) was invited to screen at Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention, March 6-8 in Tuscon, Arizona. For more information about this festival, go to https://www.wildwestcon.com/. Cootie Contagion (BFA Thesis 2012 Josh Smooha) was selected for screening at the Phoenix Film Festival, March 26 – April 2. For more information about this festival, go to www.phoenixfilmfestival.com. Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson) and Fathers & Daughters (MFA Thesis 2014 Mithra Alavi) were selected for screening at the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival, March 26-28. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.brooklyngirlfilmfest.com/. A Promise (MFA D2 2014 Saad Nawab) was selected for screening at the Speechless Film Festival in Mankato, Minnesota, March 20-21. For more information about this festival, go to http://speechlessfilmfestival.com. With Your Crooked Heart (BFA Thesis 2014 Sam Goodwin/Margie Cooper) and Byroad (BFA Thesis 2014 Raymond Calderon) were awarded Honorable Mention at the William & Mary Student Short Film Competition in Williamsburg, Virginia, February 19-22. For more information about this competition, go to http://filmfestival.wm.edu.  Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order): Killer Kart (MFA Thesis 2012 J Feeney) was selected for screening on the highly competitive Short of the Week. More information to follow, but for more information on Short of the Week, go to http://www.shortoftheweek.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. Brother’s Keeper (MFA D2 2013 Rob Thomason) and Birthday Box (MFA D2 2014 Ashlea Patterson) were 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. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders), Know More (2014 PSA directed by Jamie Klein), A Promise (MFA D2 2014 Saad Nawab) were selected for screening at the Tally Shorts film festival in Tallahassee on February 7. For more information about this festival, go to www.tallyshorts.com. 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. 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. 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. I Am One (BFA F2 2014 Christian Klein) was selected for screening at the inaugural WideScreen Film & Music Video Festival in Miami, February 27 – March 3. For more information about this festival, go to http://widescreenfest.com. Whatever We Want To Be (MFA Thesis 2014 Stephanie Williams) was selected for screening at the Los Angeles Women’s International Film Festival, March 15-20. For more information about this festival, go to www.lawomensfest.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. These Woods (BFA Thesis 2013 Tatiana Bears) was selected for screening at the Ozark Foothills Film Fest in Batesville, Arkansas, April 2-6. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.ozarkfoothillsfilmfest.org/. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders), Until Death (MFA D2 2014 Erica Chan), Byroad (BFA Thesis 2014 Raymond Calderon), Earning Jenny (BFA Documentary 2014 Jamie Rice), Behind the Image (BFA Documentary 2014 April Moore/Byron Leon) and Hashi (BFA Thesis 2014 Mana Handel) were selected for screening at the Black Warrior Film Festival in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, April 11-13. For more information about this festival, go to www.blackwarriorfilmfest.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.com.-- Meryl Warren, Director of Alumni            College of Motion Picture ArtsA5100 University Center, Florida State UniversityTallahassee, FL 32306-2350850 524 0063 (cell) ;  850 644 2626 faxmwarren@film.fsu.edufilm.fsu.eduSee More

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