Hayley Foster (Animation – B.A. ’13) is off to a good start this summer. Her senior thesis film Yamashita earned several awards, including a bronze medal at the Student Academy Awards and will be airing on Fine Cut: KCET’s Annual Festival of Student Film on Monday, July 7, 2014.
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 […]
Hayley Foster (Animation – B.A. ’13) and Brendan Calder (Production – B.A. ’14) are finalists in this year’s Student Academy Awards competition. Foster’s film Yamashita, about a Japanese girl in a WWII internment camp, will compete in the animation category, while Calder’s film Learning to Float, about a young man turning his life around with the help […]