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    Warren Report 3.13.15

    Nice article about Craig Kief’s (BFA  99)  work in this month’s ICG!From Joey Daoud (BFA 08)  “It's been a great start to 2015. My short documentary Strike: The Greatest Bowling Story Ever Told just premiered on The New York Times as the first film in a new Made with Kickstarter curated doc series. Check it out here http://nyti.ms/1HFyTPl  Earlier in the year I was out at Park City for both Sundance and Slamdance. At Slamdance I had a short doc premiering that I made with my friend Kareem Tabsch called Dolphin Lover. It's about a man that had a sexual love affair with a dolphin in Sarasota (where else would this happen but Florida?). After our premiere some British tabloids picked up the story and trailer and things just exploded. I'd say the highlight of the wave of press was a whole segment about it on @Midnight on Comedy Central and Andy Cohen's Mazel of the Day on Bravo. Also, Rush Limbaugh mentioned it on his show. We're working with sales reps to get a broadcast or streaming deal, so hopefully it'll be out soon. The website is www.dolphinlovermovie.com I was co-producer on another short doc called Papa Machete, about Haitian machete fencing. It premiered at TIFF and had its US Premiere at Sundance. It was an amazing experience and great to catch up with a lot of alums. (www.papamachete.com)   I'm still based in Miami. I've been doing a lot of freelance producing, shooting, and editing work, mostly with Billy Corben's company Rakontur (co-created with David Cypkin (BFA 99) , film school alum) and Fusion. I'll be out at NAB covering new gear for Filmmaker Magazine and I'm still blogging at www.coffeeandcelluloid.com.”  From Adam Varney (MFA  09)  “So it has begun. The show I've worked on for the past few months,?#?marymary? is beginning its fourth season on ?#?weTV?. Check it out!!!”I find LINKEDIN invaluable in trying to keep up with what our alumni are doing, but in my latest scroll through find there are many of you who need an update!   Hopefully I’m the only one looking at your outdated profile.Who is working in development?  Need potential mentors (both BFA and MFA) in both LA and NY who are working as or with development or creative execs.Bill Kelly will be featured in a recurring role as “Clay Grunwald” in the new Netflix series, “Bloodline”, which debuts on March 20th.  All 13 episodes will drop at the same time for those who like to binge-watch.  Bill appears in episodes 9, 10, 11 and 13.  Look him up on IMDB at www.imdb.me/billkelly and visit his website at www.billkelly.net.Nice article in the Tampa newspaper on Nicki La Rosa’s (BFA  98) gallery showing at the Bamboozie Tea Lounge in Channelside:  http://tbo.com/south-tampa/artist-shares-her-happy-art-found-on-flip-side-of-depression-20150311/  Her work is on display through March 12.From David Portorreal (MFA 01)    "I'm grateful and excited to share that I made my first ever appearance on national TV last night, appearing as Dr. Paul Stumpo in the most recent episode of 'Criminal Minds.'  It was a privilege and honor to act with Joe Mantegna and Matthew Gray Gubler.  Special thanks to everyone at 'Criminal Minds' and CBS for the opportunity.  If you missed the episode, you can catch it on CBS.com and iTunes."Congratulations to Jon Sams (BFA 14) who has a new job as  the Scenes Videographer and Photographer for Diverse World Fashion, a student run fashion magazine based out of Florida State University. From Adam Schlacter (BFA  97)  “Last summer in LA, I shot an impromptu film with ten actresses. Just me playing around with a camera, really.  No money, but lots of heart. I edited the film in my spare time. This week, it’s on YouTube.  It’s called “a woman IN LOVE”. The probable stages of love through a woman’s POV.  If you have three-and-a-half minutes to spare, would love it if you could check it out.  The kind gesture of sharing it with your friends means a world of support and positivity.” From Mike Culyba (MFA 98)  “Wanted to let you know the most recent doc I cut, "My Own Man," was acquired by Netflix Original Documentaries and will begin streaming tomorrow Friday, March 6th. The filmmaker explores what it means to be a modern man and father while trying to heal his own relationship with his dad. It was produced by Edward Norton and had a great audience response at last year's Tribeca Film Festival. Please steam at your earliest convenience!  Official Trailer: http://youtu.be/DKfiK-wCgFA  Edward Norton plugging film on Conan O'Brien:  http://youtu.be/ha0k-WbRzas “For the fourth consecutive year, members of the Florida State University community—faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends—are positively affecting students’ lives by joining together for FSU’s Great Give. Beginning at 9 a.m., March 19, and continuing until 9 p.m., March 20, Florida State University will host the fourth-annual FSU’s Great Give, a 36-hour, online-only giving event. If you can join in this at any level, we would like to encourage you to donate to this fund:"Meryl Warren Alumni Fund, MOTION PICTURE ARTS  PROJECT GOAL: $10,000.00  Named for Meryl Warren, who is affectionately called the "mother of the film school," the Meryl Warren Fund was created to honor Warren's passion for FSU film students and alumni. Warren’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. Contributions to the Meryl Warren Fund provide resources to promote alumni activities and events. http://greatgive.fsu.edu/projects"    And of course I would be delighted if you'd help us continue to be able to support alumni activities! From Tara Clark (MFA11)  “For about ten years now I have been doing stained glass as a hobby. In particular I do traditional glass painting like you see on church windows. I have now launched a Kickstarter to cover the costs of starting a studio so I can dedicate more time to glass as well as my pursuits in film. Check out the link below for more details, but all of my rewards are custom glass pieces designed with feedback from each backer. Give it a gander and see if it is something you might enjoy. The campaign ends March 31. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/644913778/sleepy-possum-glass-studio?ref=nav_search”Angela Salamanca here (BFA '02), now a days going by the DBA April Arrglington.   “I have moved to Atlanta and started an entertainment startup called ARchimeral Inc. focusing on interactive immersive experiences. I wanted to share that I have recently launched a fundraising campaign for our new digital interactive project: The Age of Turing. It is a immersive game telling the story across multiple platforms while implementing transmedia and Augmented Reality elements. The story focuses on women in tech, artificial intelligence, robotics, and the legacy of Alan Turing. I would love it if you check it out: http://kck.st/1Bz7mP4. We are currently 83% funded, but we are eager to make it to stretch goals so that we can launch something even more innovative highlighting all local talent. Which reminds me, if you are an FSU Film Alumni currently working out of Atlanta please get in touch. Most of my contacts are out of LA so eager to reconnect with local talent: april@archimeral.com.” From Beau DeMayo (MFA  09)  “Focus Features’ Production & Development department is looking for interns for Summer 2015. Interns will get an inside look at the day-to-day operations of a mini-major film studio and have the opportunity to contribute to the department’s creative work. Duties include reading scripts and writing coverage, contributing notes on project drafts, covering desks, as well as helping handle other administrative tasks. Candidates must be enthusiastic, discreet, professional, and detail-oriented. Previous internship experience is not required, but candidates should have strong written and verbal communication skills. Please e-mail beau.demayo@focusfeatures.com”From Brent Kushner (BFA 07) “I'm working as a producer at JASH, a comedy digital media company. We're looking for interns and I told everyone how great FSU grads are. All the details are below. Would love to have it in the next Warren report if that's ok. Hopefully we can get some FSU interns here and get them some jobs!   JASH.com provides unpaid internships in the Los Angeles area of Culver City.  We are looking for self-motivated and resourceful students who are interested in developing the professional skills necessary to work on a production through hands-on training.  This includes learning all aspects of production including development (reading, coverage, and research) and general office functions (wrap binders, wardrobe prop inventories, script / talent database) and production (video podcast, editing, on set production.)  Founded and featuring original content by partners Sarah Silverman, Michael Cera, Tim and Eric, and Reggie Watts, JASH is the first fully realized network to offer all its comedic partners complete creative autonomy. At Jash we always strive to offer a variety of content with a unique voice: boundaries will be pushed, and disorientation is sure to ensue.   As an intern, you will have the opportunity to learn and observe:Weekly video podcasts with premiere comic talentOn set productionSit with and observe editorsParticipate in a monthly lunch with one of our executivesIf you are interested, please send your resume and brief cover letter to:intern@jash.com   FSU CMPA Screenings & Awards Update – March 12, 2015 Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral/Jill Somers [PR]) is officially a Finalist for the College Television Awards (Student Emmys) and will be winning an award at the gala in April. For more information about this competition, go to www.emmys.tv/foundation. Until Death (MFA D2 2014 Erica Chan) was selected for screening at the inaugural Nevada Women’s Film Festival in Las Vegas on March 14. For more information about this festival go to www.nevadawomensfilmfestival.com. Byroad (BFA Thesis 2014 Raymond Calderon) was selected for screening at the inaugural Northern Virginia International Film Festival in Fairfax, April 13-18. For more information about this festival, go to www.novafilmfest.com. Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the inaugural Marietta International Film Festival in Atlanta, May 22-24. For more information about this festival, go to http://www.marietta-film-festival.org/. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the Emerge Film Festival in Auburn, Maine, April 9-12. For more information about this festival, go to www.emergefilmfestival.org. Career Day (MFA D2 2014 Brian Knight) was selected for screening at the Boston Underground Film Festival, March 25-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.bostonunderground.org. Earning Jenny (BFA Documentary 2014 Jamie Rice) was selected for screening at the inaugural Equinox Women’s Film Festival in Palmer, Alaska on March 21. For more information about this festival, go to www.glennmassaytheater.com. A Blind Man (MFA Thesis 2014 Joel Black) was selected for screening at the Silver Springs International Film Festival in Ocala, April 8-12. For more information about this festival, go to www.springsfilmfest.com.Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the inaugural Alhambra Theatre Film Festival in Evansville, Indiana, April 9-12. For more information about this festival, go to http://thealhambrathreatrefilmfestival.com. Polterghost (BFA F3 2013 Zack Ogle) was selected for screening at the Crimson Screen Horror Film Fest in Charleston, South Carolina, May 15-17. For more information about this festival, go to www.crimsonscreenfilmfest.com.  Upcoming Screenings and Awards (in chronological order):  Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral), Apalachicola (MFA Thesis 2014 John Francis) and Ruby Woo (MFA Thesis 2014 Kendall McCrory) will be the top three College winners on March 12 at the Palm Beach International Film Festival Showcase of Films. We won’t know which film will be in which place until the day of the showcase. For more information about this event, go to http://www.pbfilm.com/studentshowcaseoffilms.cfm. 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. A New Leaf (MFA Thesis 2013 Clinton Cornwell) was selected for screening at the March 19 HollyShorts monthly screening in Los Angeles. For more information about this festival and series, go to www.hollyshorts.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. Dorian (BFA Thesis 2014 Jon Sams/Margie Cooper) and My Girl Rose (MFA Thesis 2014 Jordan Lewis) were selected for screening at the Gasparilla Film Festival in Tampa, March 24-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.gasparillafilmfestival.com. Scapegoat (MFA D2 2013 Khadif Sanders) was selected for screening at the Fort Myers Film Festival, March 25-29. For more information about this festival, go to www.fortmyersfilmfestival.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/. 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. 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. 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/. 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. Southern Roots (BFA Thesis 2014 Betsy Serral/Jill Somers [PR]), LUNCHSAQ (BFA Thesis 2014 Aubrey Danielson/Taylor Kidd [PR]), Hop Skotch the Funk Dumpling (MFA Thesis 2014 Khadif Sanders/Joel Black [PR]), Heyln Spring (MFA Thesis 2014 Noah Camenker) and A Blind Man (MFA Thesis 2014 Joel Black) were selected for Blue Ribbon Panel judging by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for the College Television Awards (Student Emmys). The winners will be announced in April. For more information about this competition, go to www.emmys.tv/foundation. Playgrounds (BFA F3 2014 Jill Somers), Coda (BFA F1 2014 Mark Breedlove), Dorian (BFA Thesis 2014 Jon Sams/Margie Cooper), were selected for screening at the National Film Festival for Talented Youth (NFFTY) in Seattle, April 24-27. For more information about this festival, go to www.nffty.org. Harmony Brooks and the Case of the Missing Nucleus (MFA D2 2014 Whitney Clinkscales) was invited to screen at the REDCAT International Children’s Film Festival in Los Angeles, May 2-17. For more information about this festival, go to www.redcat.org. Forgotten Rabbit (BFA Documentary 2013 Clara Diez) was invited to screen at three festivals in the state of Washington: Seattle Crypticon Horror Convention on May 23, Sasquan International Film Festival in Spokane, August 17-20, and at Tri-Cities International Fantastic Film Festival in Richland, October 16-18. For more information about these festivals go to www.tcif3.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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