Southampton Arts MFA in Film Program

WELCOME FROM PROGRAM DIRECTOR KILLER FILMS’ CHRISTINE VACHON

vachonJanuary, 2015

It’s official. On January 8, 2015, the state recognized Killer Films and Southampton Arts' pioneering new approach to academic instruction in filmmaking, and awarded the program an MFA Degree in Film, the first in the SUNY system.

Killer’s fortunes and Stony Brook’s fortunes are really going to be tied together for, I hope, a long time.

 

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WELCOME FROM ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR
MAGDALENE BRANDEIS

brandeisTrue to our platform-agnostic mission, Southampton Arts’ Graduate Program in Digital Filmmaking grows out of the almost 40-year history of the Southampton Summer Writers Conference, branching off of long-established programs in theatre and creative writing, and offering classes both in Southampton and at our Stony Brook Manhattan facility on Park Avenue South at 27th Street.

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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

SOUTHAMPTON ARTS' MFA IN FILM PROGRAM is the first ever for the SUNY system, approved by the New York State Education Department.

KILLER FILMS PICKED UP A GOLDEN GLOBE when Julianne Moore won a Best Actress award for her role in Still Alice. Three Southampton Arts film students — Victoria Coram, Jason Evans and Richard Duque-Henao — were credited participants in the production of the film, executive-produced by Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler.

MARIA SHRIVER SPOTLIGHTS the women who made Still Alice, including our own Pamela Koffler, and how the film takes aim at defeating Alzheimer's Diease. Read more at Shriver's blog.

 

FEATURED VIDEOS    
vachon award dreams documentary  testimonials 
Christine Vachon accepts the Career Achievement Award at the 2013 Stony Brook Film Festival Dreams Into Focus: A 20/20/20 documentary Testimonials from the 20/20/20 Summer Film Program