We are proud to announce that Film Graduate Daniel Egbert’s documentary, Project 22, has opened in 28 theaters across the country. The new film has garnered rave reviews from critics, and was accepted by Peggy Siegal to launch an Oscar nomination campaign. Egbert’s production company, Medicinal Missions, has worked hard to gather hard
We sat down with Film Graduate Blake Dellinger to discuss his experiences in the industry, and how he has overcome new challenges. What inspired you want to get involved in the entertainment industry? “Originally? To be honest I can’t remember – so I called my mom and asked her. She
We sat down with Film graduate Kevin Otte about his experience in the industry, and how he has overcome the challenges of filmmaking. What sparked your interest in the entertainment industry? “Growing up, there were so many movies that caused me to have a very adventurous childhood. It was one
Case Barden is a 2009 Film graduate and the producer on the film, Broken Leg, a picture directed by fellow Film alum Kieran Thompson. We sat down with him to discuss his filmmaking techniques, and the process of developing the movie. We asked him what sparked his interest in entering the entertainment
We sat down to speak with Shawn Seeger, a graduate who is now working at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut. When asked what it is like working at ESPN, Shawn replied, “It is a great job. I definitely have a lot of fun working here.” Shawn has a diverse background in
We would like to congratulate Hannah Lux Davis, one of our esteemed Film graduates, for her feature in racked. Hannah is an award-winning music video director, and has worked with artists including Miley Cyrus, Drake, Paris Hilton, Ariana Grande and more. Read the feature here.
We sat down with Film Graduate Kieran Thompson to discuss his experiences following graduation, as well as his first feature film, Broken Leg, which will be screened at our Theatre on March 5th, 2015. Kieran graduated from the film program in in 2008 with a focus on directing and producing,
Film grad Brandon Trost won the Sundance Special Jury Award for Cinematography for his work on the film, The Diary of a Teenage Girl. This marks a continuation of Brandon’s successes in the industry as Director of Photography, including This is the End, Neighbors, and The Interview. Directed by Marielle Heller (A Walk Among
Film grad Brandon Trost, who has worked as Director of Photography on such films as This Is The End, Neighbors, and Crank: High Voltage, stopped by campus to discuss working on the new film, The Interview.