Award-winning film and television producer Effie Brown will be honored at the 11th annual FOF student awards and film festival at Paramount Pictures. She has produced 17 feature films including Real Women Have Curves and But I’m a Cheerleader, has taught producing courses at the film school, and sits on the board of Film Independent.
The Emmy-nominated television writer talks about writing his first novel “Second Street Station,” which centers on fictional character Mary Handley, the first female detective in Brooklyn and will be released June 9.
Hollywood’s living legend Clint Eastwood stopped by SFTV for a special edition of The Hollywood Masters series. Eastwood sat down with Stephen Galloway, executive features editor at The Hollywood Reporter, to talk about his extensive career in film.
Alum Charles Dewey, who currently works at Burns’ production house Florentine Films, sat down with the documentary filmmaker to discuss his process of screening rough cuts. Join us at Mayer Theater on March 18 when Burns will be interviewed for The Hollywood Masters!