Six of our grads have worked on five Oscar-Nominated films this year, continuing a tradition of success

What a great year! Our alumni have worked on dozens of feature films and television series over this past year, and six of our grads worked on five Oscar-Nominated films. Congratulations!

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Ariana Miller

Program: Computer Animation, 2012

Nominated film: Star Wars: The Force Awakens
Nominated film: Mad Max: Fury Road
Nominated film: The Martian
Credit: Stereoscopic Compositor



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Derek Hultquist

Program: Computer Animation, 2013

Nominated film: Mad Max: Fury Road
Credit: Depth Artist



Oscar-Nominated Anomolisa

Mark Farney

Program: Film, 2009

Nominated film: Anomolisa
Credit: Camera & Electrical Department



Oscar-Nominated Anomolisa

Nicola Pizzi

Program:Film, 2009

Nominated film:Anomolisa
Credit:Camera & Electrical Department



Oscar-Nominated Anomolisa

Trevor McGuar

Nominated film: Anomolisa
Credit: Rotoscope Artist



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Andrew Haig

Program: Film, 2004

Nominated film: 45 Years
Credit: Director/Writer



We are so proud of each of our grads for their work on Oscar-Nominated films over this past year. Stay tuned to our blog for the latest industry and campus news, including interviews with our graduates, how-to videos and more.
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