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MFA IN FILM OPEN HOUSE

brady corbet

Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5 pm
Stony Brook Manhattan Center for Creative Writing and Film

Christine Vachon and Vox Lux's Brady Corbet discuss 'The Path of the Writer Director.' 

RSVP to   MFAManhattan@stonybrook.edu  for more details.

ROBERT  SKLAR  
DIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP

In Fall 2020, we will award a handful of Robert Sklar Diversity Fellowships to our incoming students, particularly to those students who can contribute to the diversity of Stony Brook. 

Recipients of funding offers who can contribute to the diversity of Stony Brook may be additionally eligible for the     Turner Fellowship. Those with outstanding academic promise may be eligible for the     Graduate Council Fellowship

For more information, see the "boxed" area on our   admissions page


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WELCOME FROM PROGRAM DIRECTOR MAGDALENE BRANDEIS

brandeis  When you become a part of our MFA Program in Film and TV Writing, you join a community of world-class filmmakers: directors, TV writers, screenwriters, and producers who gather together in a cutting edge/urban arts incubator.  Led by legendary producer Christine Vachon of Killer Films and our stellar faculty, our mission is platform agnostic. We train students in all forms of visual storytelling.


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TV WRITING WITH ALAN KINGSBERG

alan kingsbergThrough small collaborative workshops designed to mimic professional writers rooms, intensive one-on-one advisement and supporting classes with industry professionals, Stony Brook's TV Writing curriculum will prepare you to build the professional TV writing portfolio that can launch your career in a field that is not only in a golden age of creativity but also of opportunity.

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NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS

TODD HAYNES, DIRECTOR OF KILLER FILMS' 'DARK WATERS,' is the subject of a new profile in The New Yorker

SIMONE PERO was honored by Cynopsis as one of its 2019 Top Women in Media, in the Community Builder category.

NOELLE P. WILSON AND KATE LEVITT wrote the winning scripts in the NOFO TVFest/SB Pilot Competition for best original television pilot.

STUDENT KATE LEVITT  won first prize at the Nantucket Film Festival for her one-hour pilot script, Living.

MAGDALENE BRANDEIS was interviewed by New York Women In Film and Television about turning the film school model on its head.

THE WRAP MAGAZINE RANKED the Stony Brook MFA in Film program number 32 on its list of the Top 50 U.S. film schools of 2018

MFA CANDIDATE JAMES EVANS recently hosted the first annual Mastic Beach Mini Indie Film Fest.

MFA IN FILM STUDENTS Jamie DiNicola and Kathleen Harty have had their short films entered into Toronto and New York film festivals.

 

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