“Is this a joke? After I settled down, I realized what I worked so hard for was finally coming true. It’s surreal. I’ve applied more than once and couldn’t believe I got it. All the work paid off,” said McKoin.
SFTV instructors do a lot when they’re not teaching classes, like shooting documentaries that get picked up by PBS! The Wedge: Dynasty, Tragedy, Legacy, directed and edited by SFTV instructor Ray Greene, has been scheduled for 12 airings on the Southern California PBS affiliate, PBS SoCal, with the premiere on Friday, May 23, 2014. A deep […]
“I think the mixture of heavy eastern elements, 100s of monks and 200 sheep stampeding the Northern China field, and western culture could be something that is not usually seen in a film at student level,” said Tse. “It’s definitely the most challenging project I’ve ever done but frankly, also the one I had most fun.”
We are happy to announce that SFTV alumna Hayley Foster (Animation – B.A. ’13) has won a Student Academy Award in the Animation category for her short film Yamashita. Yamashita is the story of a young Japanese-American girl who struggles with discovering her identity, heritage, and the loss of her connection to her past in […]