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The feature film The Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials, directed by FSU Film School alum Wes Ball (BFA ’02), and written by T.S. Nowlin (BFA ’05), led the North American box office its opening weekend, after premiering domestically September 18.
Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson join a star-studded list of directors, including Ruben Ostlund, Ava DuVernay, and Dan Gilroy.
This past November, the 4th year of the Annual Student Veteran Film Festival (SVFF), Florida State University students welcomed award-winning documentarian Rory Kennedy and her critically acclaimed documentary film “Last Days In Vietnam” to be honored with the FSU Student Veteran Torchlight Award for Outstanding Achievement in Filmmaking, accompanied with a $25,000 dollar honorarium.
Sony Pictures is agreeing to fund a top secret project which JJ Abrams will produce through his company Bad Robot. And Alender has been chosen to direct the film, which will be his first feature.
The feature film The Maze Runner, directed by FSU Film School alum Wes Ball (BFA ’04), with writing by T.S. Nowlin (BFA ’03), led the North American box office its opening weekend with one of the biggest September debuts ever; add in strong l sales from the previous week’s international release, and a new young-adult franchise was born.
Ivan and Jason Reitman talk with alumni of the College of Motion Picture Arts in a dedicated film forum in Los Angeles.
Five student producers accept awards from the College of Motion Picture Arts.
Third Annual Student Veteran Film Festival features Sebastian Junger film
Faculty member Valerie Scoon recently finished a documentary chronicling the complicated legacy of colonialism in Grenada.
The College of Motion Picture Arts took Comic-Con by storm this year, sending nearly two dozen recent grads to participate, and supplying seven of the thirty-five films that screened at the Con's film festival.