Open House for Film and TV Writing
Monday, December 10 at 6:30 pm
At our brand new location at 535 8th Avenue between 36 & 37th Streets, 5th floor
Welcome from Our Artistic Director, Killer Films' Christine Vachon
It's official! We've opened the doors to The Stony Brook Manhattan Center for Creative Writing and Film on 8th Avenue in midtown Manhattan — a one-of-a-kind community of filmmakers, writers, and storytellers — and we're pleased to announce that our MFA in FIlm program will now include Television Writing .
WELCOME FROM PROGRAM DIRECTOR
Located at Stony Brook's new Manhattan Center for Creative Writing and Film, and true to our platform-agnostic mission, Southampton Arts’ MFA Program in Film grows out of the almost 40-year history of the Southampton Summer Writers Conference, branching off of long-established programs in creative writing, and offering classes in screenwriting, tv writing, directing and producing at our facility at 535 8th Avenue in Manhattan and at Stony Brook Southampton.
Through 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 electives 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.
NEWS & ANNOUNCEMENTS
KILLER FILMS' FIRST REFORMED, produced by Christine Vachon and David Hinojosa, was a winner at the Gotham Awards and was honored by The National Board of Review
MFA IN FILM STUDENT EUGINA GELBELMAN presented her script Daddy's Girl to an audience of producers at the New York Women in Film & Television (NYWIFT)
THE STONY BROOK SOUTHAMPTON TV WRITING PROGRAM continued its TV Writing Guest Series on November 5 when Alan Kingsberg is joined by 'Pachinko' showrunner Soo Hugh
BACKSTAGE HAS NAMED STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY one of "27 Film Schools You Should Know" in its latest guide to film schools in the U.S.