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  • Congratulations to the Fall Class of 2019 at New York Film Academy Los Angeles!

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    September was an exciting time at New York Film Academy Los Angeles (NYFA-LA), as students and instructors witnessed the culmination of all their hard work over multiple days of final screenings, presentations, pitches, and of course, graduation ceremonies. 

    Students were able to invite family, friends, and industry professionals and present their work; Filmmaking, 3D Animation & VFX, Producing, Documentary Filmmaking, and Acting for Film students held their final screenings at the Warner Bros. Studios backlot; Photography students had their work displayed in art galleries; and Screenwriting and Producing students had the opportunity to pitch ideas to entertainment professionals. The excitement concluded with a full day of graduation ceremonies with proud families and friends as well as NYFA faculty cheering on their graduates. 

    The Fall 2019 graduation ceremony was held at the Harmony Gold Theater in Hollywood. Throughout our three ceremonies, family and friends from all over the world gathered to applaud and dance to “September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire as graduates tossed their caps in the air on what was in fact, the 21st of September!

    LA Graduation Fall 2019

    Guest speaker Vince DiPersio, assured graduates that there was no better time to go into the industry than today, stating: “This is the golden age. You are are coming out at the best time I can possibly imagine.” 

    DiPersio continued sharing his wisdom by commenting on the changing landscape currently going on in the industry. “There are so many more opportunities now than there were then; so many new venues and so many ways to get your work out there,” DiPersio told the grads, continuing, “It’s an amazing time to be in the business. We’re starting to hear things we’ve never heard before. We’re starting to experience cultures that we weren’t privy to. These new voices that are out there changing things. These shows that break all the rules. It’s all this new energy and I look at you, and I see that energy.” DiPersio’s words garnered a positive response from the hopeful graduates, excited to share their energy with the world. 

    New York Film Academy would like to congratulate all of the incredible students who have dedicated so much time and hard work to complete their training here. We look forward to celebrating all the wonderful achievements to come! 

     

    Fall 2019 Graduates

    Maame Abena Serwaa Dwumfour
    Amr Akef
    Hussain Al-Sadeq
    Adalina Aladro
    Shmookh Hmood Albagami
    Faisal Mohammed A Aldakheel
    Mai Alharthy
    Saud Alshammari
    Elcor Ali Aragundi
    Bita Arefnia
    Syuzanna Avetisyan
    Valerie Baez Torres
    Derek Bellard
    Ivan Mico Bernal
    Cory Boevers
    Jaden Tyler Boland
    Ekaterina Bolshakova
    Trey Bond
    Joshua David Boone
    Prem Nitin Boricha
    Cole Ryan Brewer
    Troy Brown
    Juliana Bueno
    Daishaun Butler
    Jose Cabanes
    Kexin Cai
    Kunzhe Cao
    Noah Carmicheal
    Nicco Caruso
    Kevin Caton-Largent
    Kushaal Chawla
    Jiahao Chen
    Fei Chen
    Ruijing Chen
    Weiyi Chen
    Ziying Chen
    Alex Chumley
    Rafael Cintra Brandão
    Marissa Collier
    Jessica Sadira Coro Figueroa
    Ashley Keshia Coulson
    Alexandria Crouse
    Yasmani Cuesta Rodriguez
    Xinyi Cui
    Yuhan Cui
    Terrell Dean
    Gabriela Debortoli de Souza
    Aaron Marcus Del Rosario
    Quanfang Diao
    Jacquelin DiNapoli
    Yiran Ding
    Mingyu Du
    Ya Du
    Daniel Morgan Duddy
    Emmet Dwyer
    Jacob Chandler Elsey
    Ali Esbai
    Ramon (Sasha) Eskildsen
    Ana Fernanda Esparza Cortés
    Maria Ezobi
    Blake Thomas Fabian
    Anas Fairaq
    Liujin Fang
    Chloe Feller
    Manuel Alberto Flores
    Lucia Z. Florez
    Nick Forbush
    Zhi Fu
    Adan (Adam) Fuentes
    Daniel Galvin
    Michael Garcia
    Vatche Levon Hagop Giragossian
    Renata Gonzalez
    Juan Gordillo
    Alina Alekseyevna Grafkina
    Deante’ Gray
    Cecil Green
    Richard Ernest Grob
    Hanru Guo
    Kareem Habal
    Antaneise Henderson
    Paulina Sophie Hilla
    Xinyi Hong
    Rihua Huang
    Sofia Huertas
    Robert Hughes
    Bjarki Ingimarsson
    Yusif Jafarov
    Alisha Jenkins
    Monique Jernigan
    Aeesha Kamara
    Aditi Karwa
    Marc Ketcham
    Rita Krasniqi
    Mikko Tauno Valtteri Kuokka
    Kirk Samuel Porter Lacy
    Yuchao Lai
    Jordan Eugene Lane
    Julia Leggette
    Chik Kwan Leung
    Fangyuan Li
    Boyang Li
    Jialei Li
    Yinghao Li
    Haoyu Li
    Nicole Erin Lichtenstein
    Kuangyu Lin
    Victoria Liu
    Jovan Luna
    Matthew Macedo
    Daniel Wesley Maffett
    Hector Magaña Ruiz
    Erik Maldonado
    Elena Tsvetanova Manoylova
    Babalwa Manyi
    Joshua McNair
    Precious-Jewel McNeal
    Meng Meng
    Maame-Ekua Acquaaba Mensah
    Ryan Mercatante
    Marisa Milroy
    Echaka Monjok
    Kaylie Moore
    Rajni Mysore Chamaraj
    Le Dieu Linh Nguyen
    Zhixing Niu
    Emma Nobbs
    Alexander Jon Nooren
    Ana Isabel Octavio
    Min Kyung Oh
    Steven Jose Ortega Vazquez
    Dicle Ozcer
    Phitchaphorn Phikulyaem
    Anastasiia Polishchuk
    Aurelie Poncin
    Svitlana Pyshna
    SanNeh Neejay Raikundalia
    Ivan Michel Ramirez Cuevas
    Ezra Ramos
    Natasha Tianna Rodriguez
    Luis Romero
    Juan Pablo Rosado
    Aaron Rowe
    Jeiran Royanian
    Matthew Ruf
    Jasmine Runnels
    Kristofer Mikal Salaah
    Hattie Sallie
    Jonathan Samukange
    Benjamin Sandoval
    Assemgul Sarsembayeva
    Rajarshi Sen
    Dilan Sen
    Liana Shan
    Tanxuan Shi
    Sudeen Shrestha
    Rebekah Shuniak
    Ilan Siegal Berner
    Berta Sigridardottir
    Jason Sonido
    Brock Spady
    Lauren Isabella Stafford
    Xingyu Su
    Weiyu Sun
    Daria Suvorova
    Brandon Jeridyah Swanson
    Justin Talley
    Jinxia Tan
    Muyin Tang
    Sierra Tevebaugh
    Soponwit Thienpradit
    DaShawn Toney
    Jessica Torres
    Taylor Trimble
    Jade Truglio
    Juan Sebastian Valencia
    Lindi van der Merwe
    Nicolas Varela
    Nicholas M. Venuti
    Aastha Verma
    Gabriel Vieira Lustosa de Alencar
    Zeyu Wang
    Jiayu Wang
    Mengnan Wang
    Tianyi Wang
    Ruijia Wang
    Ziyu Wang
    Joshua Weyers
    Brahmma Wijaya
    Joseph Aaron Wilson
    Xian Wu
    Banghao Xiao
    Jingrui Xin
    Kaibo Xu
    Shiyue Xu
    Chuanzhuang Xue
    Pauline Yang
    Tiffany Tikia Young
    Bide Yuan
    So Ry Yun
    Adam Zagri
    Tiecheng Zhang
    Tong Zhou
    Yue Zhou
    Keyao Zhu
    Yunting Zhu
    Haojun Zhuang

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    October 15, 2019 • Community Highlights • Views: 587

  • Duke Youth Media Camp Class of 2019 Graduates at New York Film Academy (NYFA)

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    On Saturday, March 30, the New York Film Academy hosted the graduation of the Duke Youth Media Camp class of 2019. The Media Camp—which kicked off its collaboration with NYFA on January 26 at our Los Angeles campus—is sponsored by the Duke Media Foundation, a nonprofit organization founded by Bill Duke in 2010.

    2019 Bill Duke Camp Graduation

    Bill Duke, a filmmaking instructor at NYFA, is a veteran director and actor, known for high-profile roles in several television series and films, including American Gigolo, Black Lightning, Mandy, Predator, and X-Men: The Last Stand. He’ll also set to appear in the upcoming Steven Soderbergh film, High Flying Bird. At the 1991 Cannes Film Festival, Duke was nominated for the Palme d’Or for his film, A Rage in Harlem.

    The partnership between the Duke Media Foundation and New York Film Academy began in 2016, and their joint-effort Duke Youth Media Camp seeks to train and empower teens through hands-on instruction and by teaching students the tools and skills needed in a constantly evolving media environment. The Duke Media Foundation and NYFA aim to help inner-city youth become more competitive with those who’ve typically had greater access to the education and equipment needed in a television, film, and digital media landscape.

    The 2019 graduation ceremony was the largest ever with 16 graduates instead of the usual 12. When Duke Media instructor Lee Davis spoke to the students and their proud parents, he shared that this was the most talented group of students he had ever seen in the program.

    2019 Bill Duke Camp Graduation

    Michael Sandoval, a NYFA instructor involved in the program, added, “It was a pleasure to work with this group of students,” and said that the only time the students were ever told to quiet down was when they were laughing too loudly because they were having such a good time.

    Echoing Davis and Sandoval, Media Camp co-founder Carl Gilliard said, “I am so full today.” He continued, “Build a name that commands something [but] don’t forget to give back.”

    Paul Caruso from Lost Kids of Los Angeles Inc., one of the sponsors of the program, gave some advice to the graduates: “Make sure the world is a better place tomorrow than it was today … pay it forward.” After some words of wisdom, Caruso surprised the graduates with brand new Dell laptops—a gift from DHL, one of LKLA’s partners. Caruso shared that he wanted to make sure the students had the tools to help them be as successful as possible in the internet age.

    2019 Bill Duke Camp Graduation

    The students were then asked to speak about what they learned from the camp; many spoke about how much they enjoyed trying out every aspect of filmmaking and about the friends they made. One student, Lexi Sherwood, spoke to one of the deeper aspects of the program: “If we don’t tell our stories, who will?”

    At the end of the ceremony, Bill Duke spoke to the students, saying, “I cannot tell you how proud I am of you. You’re part of our family forever.” Following one of the themes of the afternoon, he added, “Don’t forget those that didn’t have the same opportunities that you did.”

    The New York Film Academy would like to congratulate this year’s Duke Youth Media Camp graduates and thanks the Duke Media Foundation for creating this wonderful opportunity for these aspiring storytellers.

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    April 2, 2019 • Film School, Filmmaking, Outreach, Progressive & Social Causes • Views: 1367

  • Congratulations to the Winter Class of 2019 of New York Film Academy Los Angeles (NYFA-LA)!

    Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailNew York Film Academy (NYFA) would like to congratulate another class of graduating students—the Winter Class of 2019!

    The end of a program is always bittersweet—our students and instructors develop a strong bond over the many intense hours spent learning, practicing, and crafting projects. But before the winter class of 2019 walked across the stage to accept their diplomas, NYFA celebrated all of the graduates’ work with a series of final presentations.

    NYFA Logo

    In the days leading up to graduation, all students were given an opportunity to show off their work to family, friends, and entertainment professionals; Filmmaking, Animation, Producing, and Acting for Film students held their final screenings at the NYFA Theater and on the Warner Brothers Studios backlot; Photography students had their work displayed in galleries throughout Los Angeles; Game Design students held a showcase where anyone in the school could play their games, and Screenwriting and Producing students had the chance to pitch their projects to industry professionals.

    The winter 2019 graduation ceremony was held at the Harmony Gold Theatre in Hollywood; the graduating class of 2019 was so large that the ceremony had to be broken into three parts. Families and friends came from all over the world to support and celebrate the graduates on their big day.

    Guest speaker Bryce Neilsen advised graduating students to be patient with their journeys in the entertainment industry as it took him and many of his colleagues a few years to get where they wanted to be. “You’re gonna go through highs and lows … especially when you’re trying to crack that first job,” he said. “As you go along this journey, always remember the people around you, because those relationships will help with growth in the industry but also on a personal level.” 

    Neilsen finished on a hopeful note: “This is a great time to be really telling your story, because there are so many spaces online and elsewhere to turn ideas into a reality.”

    New York Film Academy would like to congratulate all of the incredible students who have completed their training here; we look forward to watching your films, seeing your photographs, playing your games, and celebrating your creative endeavors for years to come. Congratulations!

    Winter 2019 Graduates

    Justin Agardy
    Jasmine Akbari
    Bita Alahyan
    Anastasia Aleskovskaya
    Omar Alturk
    Daniel Annerl
    Anastasiia Atroshchenko
    Jorge Alberto Aviña
    Victoria Awo
    Dana Bailey
    Gulshat Baimuratova
    Darien Baker
    David Barbeschi
    Marcus Battle
    Eduardo Bautista Falcon
    Jean Manuel Beauchamp
    Jason Bellitto
    Darya Belokhon
    Jorge Berberena
    Tia Blackwill
    Kamilla Brenneysen
    Brianna Patrice Brents
    David Lamar Bridges
    Joshua Brooks
    Timothy Burk
    Junior Cadet
    Jingshi Cai
    Hui Cao
    Anthony Cheuk On Chan
    Wei-Yang Chen
    Hao Cui
    Zhankhara Daurova
    Brandon Davis
    Noemi De Cassai
    Ines Carolyne de los Santos Almanzar
    Medford Brook Deforest
    Paul Deorio
    Jack Dill
    Karyna Dobrykava
    Christina Douglas
    Peipei Duan
    Jacob Dudley
    Justin Paul Durivou
    Anthony Joseph Esposito
    Dillan Elias Farmer
    Alexander Formenius
    Tiffany Fresco
    Jinjing Fu
    Natalia Fuentealba
    Michael Furlough
    Alexia Garcia del Rio
    Jonathan Aaron Garza
    Drew Gibbs
    Kim Goncalves Cobelo
    Mia Gonzalez
    Christopher Royce Goodloe Jr.
    David Greenley
    Nicolas Gutierrez
    Chase Hahn
    Ryan Harrington
    Erik Christopher Hjortnaes
    Tarik Holmes
    Helena Horta
    Logan Howard
    Yao Hu
    Jihao Huang
    Pengfei Huang
    Bo-Yu Huang
    Daiana Ibrayeva
    Alecksandar Jackowicz
    Jerry James
    Hannah Jauregui
    Yuqing Jin
    Íris Heiða Jónsdóttir
    Folake Kehinde
    Shreya Khandelwal
    Khairulla-Sultan Khissamiyev
    Samuel Alan Kiper
    Joseph Koroma
    Brandon Lattman
    Jeffrey Lay
    Alyssa Leatherman
    Yue Kei Lee
    Brian Leung
    Yuan Li
    Guanzhen Li
    Xin Li
    Xiangran Lin
    Ruiyang Liu
    Yutao Liu
    Ying-Jung Liu
    Qingya Liu
    Siyun Liu
    Yilong Liu
    Ye Lu
    Shihan Lu
    Ruoqian Lyu
    Karan Maini
    Shahsaan Malik
    Juan Manrique Ugarte
    Madison-Ainsley Miller
    Harrison William Misfeldt
    Dave Money
    Luciana Moreno Contreras
    Jana Elizabeth Mosquera Andrade
    Elisa Tazia Nanty
    Nuha Nazrah
    Gabriela Ono
    Scott Owen
    Mohit Panday
    Roman Peremyshlin
    Santiago Ponce de Leon
    John Mauricio Porras
    Zhizhenzi Qiu
    Anthony Robert Riordan
    Nigel Dyllian Robinson
    Trevier Rolle
    Missira Ross
    Siyue Rui
    Ruksima
    Sadi Sadi Eliyesil
    Syed Osama Sami
    Antonia Saval
    Dhruvin Shah
    Yefrat Sharipov
    Poorva Shiva Kumar
    Ahsan Siddiqui
    Aman Kumar Singh
    Gwendolyn Snapp
    Kylee Nichole Snider
    Soujanya Srinivasan
    Edolia Stroud
    Randolph Glenn Summiel
    Isabel Symington Caxide
    Juan David Tarud
    Travis Nevin Tendler
    David Terrazas
    Priyank Thakkar
    Janna Thompson
    Maeve Thompson Osgood
    Tihomir Todorov
    Marisol Torre
    Nghi “Tina” Tran Nguyen Hoang
    Jennifer Trevino Belmonte
    Elan Vega
    Julia A. Velasquez
    Rui Wang
    Lushan Wang
    Yuan Wang
    Yiting Wang
    Zhen Wei
    Connor Williams
    Eddie Lee Wollrabe
    Vivian Wu
    Liang Xiyuan
    Handi Xu
    Jin Yan
    Pauline Yang
    Wencheng Yang
    Ruiguang Yang
    Shuang Yang
    Mingzhu Ye
    Ruliang Yuan
    Egor Zdorovyak
    Zeyu Zhang
    Yuchen Zhang
    Zheyuan Zhao
    Yingzheng Zhong
    Shiyao Zhou
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    February 28, 2019 • Community Highlights, Student & Alumni Spotlights • Views: 562

  • NYFA Gold Coast Advanced Diploma April ’17 Students Hold Graduation Showcase

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    The April ’17 Graduates with Acting Coordinator Louise Lee Mei

    On November 9th, the New York Film Academy Gold Coast campus held its Advanced April ’17 Actors End of Year Showcase and Graduation. Graduating students were joined by family and friends at Event Cinemas at Pacific Fair to celebrate their achievements and the body of work they accomplished throughout the year.

    New York Film Academy Australia delivers the nationally recognized Advanced Diploma of Screen and Media, with chosen coursework focused on the craft and business of acting for film. Students who enroll with the program commit a tremendous amount of time and effort, which paid off handsomely with a much-anticipated screening at the April ’17 graduation.

    Acting Coordinator, Louise Lee Mei, opened the event by welcoming guests and congratulating the four graduating students: Christopher Gillham, Esther Crane, Marc Johnson and Sherry Kawecki.

    “The Advanced April Actors are a group of very hard workers who we are extremely proud of,” said Mei. “We are excited to present these great actors to the industry.”

    The screening included Acting for Film scenes and the group’s pilot episode “Eternity”, concerning a jilted lover turning her hand to black magic and threatening the delicate balance between good and evil.

    The New York Film Academy congratulates our NYFA Gold Coast Advanced April ’17 Actors!

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    November 14, 2017 • Acting, Student & Alumni Spotlights • Views: 2516

  • NYFA Los Angeles Celebrates it’s Fall 2017 Graduates

    Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailOn Saturday, September 23rd, 2017, the New York Film Academy congratulated another graduating class as they crossed into the next stage of their professional careers. Three ceremonies were held throughout the day to accommodate the more than two hundred students who have now completed their education at NYFA.

    Many students spent the previous day at Warner Brother’s Studios screening their final films on the backlot. The occasion is always an emotional one. Warner Brothers is a Hollywood institution that has been home to some of the greatest names and films in the entertainment industry.

    Families were able to gather for photos before the ceremony began. A NYFA backdrop had everyone looking red carpet ready. When it was time for parents to take their seats, students formed neat rows as they filed into the building.

    This year’s commencement speakers ranged from a Hollywood star, a casting director who worked closely with Stephen Spielberg, and a producer/writer for several of the greatest television shows ever made. Each speaker had a copious amount of advice to give to the graduates. A common theme to all the speeches was that the students should learn from the speaker’s own mistakes so they could do even better in their own careers.

    New York Film Academy | Acting School Graduation

    The first speaker to grace the stage was Valorie Massalas, casting director extraordinaire. Her credits include “Indiana Jones,” “Chaplin,” “Total Recall,” “Alive,” “Honeymoon in Vegas,” “Gods and Monsters,” and “Back to the Future II” and III. She received an Emmy nomination for her work on “Annie.” She is a new inductee into the Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

    Massalas spoke directly to the actors about how the industry has changed since she began her career. The most disturbing change to Massalas is the rise of the social media actor. These are Hollywood hopefuls who have never taken an acting class but have 20 thousand or more followers, and they are being cast in major motion pictures because the heads of studios believe they can put audience members into seats.

    “I’m sharing that with you because it’s disturbing to me that you spend all your time training like you’ve done, with these beautiful people, honing your craft, but if you don’t have social media numbers you could lose a job to somebody who does,” Massalas said. “It’s important for you to be aware of that because it’s just part of our world today. It’s not going to go away, In fact, it’s going to get worse.”

    It wasn’t all bad news. Certainly, some of the changes would be favorable for the next generation chosen to run Hollywood. Social media is also giving other creatives access to the tight-knit entertainment community. “When I was first starting out you didn’t have the kind of access that you have today with social media,” Massalas said.

    “The most important thing you must always remember is that you are the president of your own company. You have to be prepared to run your business like the president of a company. If you’re not doing that, you’re failing your career because nobody is going to run your business better than you.” Massalas warned students.

    New York Film Academy | Film School Graduation

    The second commencement speaker to take the stage was actor Joshua Helman. Helman’s credits include some of the biggest action films of the last ten years including “Mad Max: Fury Road,” “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” “Jack Reacher.” He’s also been prolific in television starring in HBO’s “The Pacific,” the mini-series “Flesh and Bone,” and M. Night Shyamalan’s “Wayward Pines.”

    Throughout Helman’s hilarious speech, he blended solid life advice with anecdotes from his time getting started in the industry. He began with a bit of advice he had learned from a teacher. “When I was in acting school, a singing teacher told me that the most valuable things an entertainer has to offer the audience are vulnerability and generosity. And not only have I never forgotten that, but I found it to be true.” He concluded this thought saying, “Come back to vulnerability and generosity. It will never be wrong. Find the stuff that challenges you, the truth that scares you, and offer it up to the world with joy.”

    Helman also wanted to prepare students for the reality of how long it can take to start a career. “You have to prove yourself and that can suck. It means working a day job, it means losing sleep, and it means facing long stretches of seemingly infinite time when you feel like you are going nowhere. That is par for the course. Each of you, if you’re not an insane person, is going to want to give up at some point…”

    But, Helman amended, there’s a way to survive the hard years. “You can make peace with it if you never forget that you are doing it in order to do the job that you love and that (entertainment) is your real job.”

    New York Film Academy | Producing School Graduation

    The final speaker of the night was Cherie Steinkellner. She is perhaps best known for producing the multi-award winning television show, “Cheers.” She also wrote for such groundbreaking shows as “The Jeffersons” and “Who’s the Boss?” Finally, she wrote for and produced the Disney animated series and feature film, “Teacher’s Pet” starring Nathan Lane.

    Steinkellner takes issue with the adage, “Those who can’t-do, teach.” “I don’t believe that to be true,” she said. “I think those who can’t-do, learn. Which is to say, if you find yourself to be an irresistible force up against an immovable object, if you find that you can’t achieve something, instead of fighting the same darn thing, consider that the point isn’t to step over that obstacle. Maybe the point of the lesson is: What can I learn from this?”

    With that thought in mind, Steinkellner also wanted to make sure students didn’t think that graduating meant their best days were behind them. She closed out her speech stating,

    “When I was in school, in the seventies, people would say to me these are the best years of your life. I hated that. School is short and life is long. You will never forget the years that you have spent here at the New York Film Academy. I haven’t forgotten the years that I spent in college. Please, trust this elder. The good stuff is all ahead of you. Let’s see what you make. Let’s see what you do. Let’s see your ‘weird.’ Congratulations on your graduation and welcome my friends to the best years of your life.”

    The New York Film Academy would like to thank Joshua Helman, Valorie Massalas, and Cherie Steinkellner for taking the time to speak with our students. We’d also like to congratulate all of our incredible students on their graduation. We hope to see you back here soon, telling the next generation your success story.

    MFA in Acting:

    Vicente Almuna Morales

    Ainur Rauilyevna

    Alejandra Gonzalez

    Vincson Green II

    Haoran Li

    Elizabeth Otaola Cortina

    Nanli Wang

    Chaoyue Zhao

     

    BFA in Acting:

    Melissa Abugattas Lozada

    Reya Al-Jaroudy

    Ratnavali Anderson

    Ira Calilung

    Whitney Cheng

    Abbilyn Chuha

    Jennifer Anne Cipolla

    Briana Davis

    Joseph Ekstrom

    Michael Furlough

    Emmanouil Giamas

    Maria Manuela Gomez

    Anes Hasi

    Christian Elijah Leighty

    Nina Madzirov

    Phillip McNair

    Bethany Rhiannon Daisy Milner

    Rebecca Momo

    Alessio Mongardi

    Analisa Moreno

    Vanessa Rene Nuevo

    Chunxiao Ouyang

    Trinity Page

    Fernando Peralta

    Zachary Thomas Perry

    Raven Ramos

    Maurice Roberson II

    Simran Sangian

    Billy Xiong

    Ming Jie Yang

     

    AFA in Acting:

    Tia Blackwill

    Corinna Camero

    Melissa Celikovic

    Jassen Charron

    Gregory James Drake

    Kurt Alexander Eberle

    Andre Forrest

    Aaliyah Jones

    Wadley Sterlin

    Travis Nevin Tendler

    Robert Tevlin

    Danielle Torck

     

    MFA in Producing:

    Mazen Aleqbali

     

    BFA in Producing:

    Ruddy Cano Hernandez

    Nyshon Ferrell

    Carlos Gonzalez

    Chor Kei Hui

    Brandon William McCarthy

    Thandiwe Mlauli

    Gilma Edith Montecer Lore

    Sagar Patel

    Angel J. Pitre

    Sim Sagiroglu

    Peijun Zou

     

    AFA in Producing:

    Mengying Sun

     

    MFA in Photography:

    Amal Alahdal

    Dania Saud Altalhi

    Pamela Garcia-Aguirre

     

    BFA in Photography:

    Rushank Anil Agrawal

    Brenda Cantu

    Tanya Gawdi

    Kingi Kingibe

    Ziomara Ramirez

    Wen Tao Tu

     

    MFA in Documentary:

    Sultan Sulaiman Aljurays

    Camilla Elisabeth Borel Rinkes

    Amira Hamour

    Ashley Danielle Harris

    Yuan Li

    Kristin Lydsdottir

    Huda Abdulsalam Moraidikha

    Maria Carolina Sosa Andres

    Guangli Zhu

     

    MFA in Cinematography:

    Jhonny Fabian Garcia Sarmiento

    Rafael O. Rivera

    Maria Sevilla

    Manuel Velasquez Isaza

     

    MFA in Film:

    Joud AlAmri

    Gerald Albitre

    Mahfouz Maeid M. Alzahrani

    Almaz Amandossov

    Dias Azimzhanov

    Yang Bai

    Alma Baimuratova

    Rushikesh Bhadane

    Beatriz Cabrera Figuerez

    Xiaoyue Cao

    Yue Chen

    Moataz Ezzat Elsayed Gamal Elbahaey

    Boise Badilla Esquerra

    Efrain Santiago Fierro

    Anuja Ganpule-Sheorey

    Zesheng Gao

    Mariia Gerasymiuk

    Di Hang

    Amber A. Harris

    Jacob Houghton

    Oboatarhe Ikuku

    Runjie Ji

    Annu Kapil

    Gabriela Ledesma

    Jian Li

    Yitong Li

    Yixin Liang

    Gengru Liu

    Zichen Liu

    Michael Louka

    Kendra McDonald

    Rachel Gebrael Meguerdijian

    Maria Mitkovskaya

    Sonakshi Mittal

    Aditya Rajendra Mohite

    Amanda Molefe

    Rima Mori

    Dina Najialdaies

    Vibhav Vinayak Nayak

    Kevin Nwankwor

    Anita Name Dos Santos

    Hiroki Ohsawa

    Derek Parker

    Ana Camila Parra Bernal

    Yuntong Peng

    Rene Rodriguez

    Francia Romero

    Guoqiang Sheng

    Yu Sheng

    Savannah Sivert

    Jourdain Antoine Smith

    Julien Supplice

    Mohitha Vankima

    Shashank Narendra Varma

    Chenyi Wang

    Tixiao Wang

    Zheng Wang

    Erxuan Wu

    Yuzuan Wu

    Lijun Yang

    Meng Yu

    Xiankai Zhang

    Xiaoxiao Zhang

    Xiwen Zhang

    Rui Zhu

    Xuerong Zhu

     

    AFA in Film:

    James Bonfiglio

    Peter Farquhar

    Casey Swing

    Zhen Wang

     

    MFA in Screenwriting:

    Jean-Baptiste Hakim

    Keaton Kaplan

    Kobus Louw

    Aida Marie-Louise Noujaim

     

    MA in Screenwriting:

    Kwang Jin Chai

    Rosa Falu-Carrion

    Samuel Gonzalez Jr.

    Roberto Tapia

     

    BFA in Screenwriting:

    Nick Davis

    Nawaf al Hoshani

    Felix Martinez Autin

     

    MFA in Game Design:

    May Alotaibi

     

    BFA in Game Design:

    Cody Fowler

    Min Han

    Alecksandar Jackowicz

    Mario Monaco

     

    MA in Film:

    Mina Abrahim

    Vedang Bhatt

    Dhriti Borah

    Julian Andres Bueno Sanchez

    Maurice Cassidy

    Jaya Prasad Chitturi

    Xingyue Dai

    Abdallah ElDaly

    Jiawei Gao

    Giunel Ismaiylova

    Abebowale Johnson

    Melissa Johnson

    Vicken Joulfayan

    Chenyang Li

    Mengke Li

    Xi Lin

    Yilin Liu

    Haixiao Lu

    Hin Lam Allan Ng

    Yu Qiu

    Srikanth Navarathna Raju

    Jose Mario Salas Boza

    Kongpob Sangsanga

    Elizabeth Soto-Lara

    Sukrut Shirish Teni

    Jianyu Wang

    Yu Wang

    Jiaxing Wu

    Sipei Wu

    Xueqing Wu

    Siqi Xiao

    Qingjing Yan

    Zain Zaman

    Chen Zhang

    Yiyun Zhang

    Yang Zhou

     

    BFAin Film:

    Ryan Adams

    Sara Ait Benabdallah

    Fawaz Saleh Al-Batati

    Basil Alamri

    Abdullah Saleh Alawaji

    Hani Alqattan

    Ayman Ahmed Alzahrani

    Jascha Bellaiche

    Rolf Niklas Martin Berggren

    Ambre-India Bourdon

    Tammy Cook

    Jose Guilherme Correia Jr.

    Antonio Gassan Darwiche

    Rumena Dinevska

    Gabriel Erwin

    Cirenia Raquel Escobedo Esquivel

    Jiaqing Ge

    Daniel Ivan Gonzalez Ramirez

    Oliver Granö

    Kartikye Gupta

    Akira Hayakawa

    Anton Hermawan

    Nuria Stella Hernandez

    Dongyan Jiang

    Yudi Jiang

    Autumn Joiner

    Joanna Krawczyk

    Henrique Kraychete Freire

    Gabriel Legua

    Xuejiao Liu

    Zhuangzi Liu

    Ana Catalina Loret de Mola

    Mario Mazzarella

    Eric Milzarski

    Nikola Nikolovski

    Varunn Pandya

    Konstantinos Pateronis

    Vladislav Petrov

    Celeste Pillay

    Katherine Pinkston

    Albert Theodore Pranoto

    Anastasia Reinhard

    Alejandro Rojas Melo

    Brooke Schulte

    Richard Selvi

    Denis Semikin

    Muhamad Ashram Shahrivar

    Shiyi Shao

    Jiajin Song

    Michael Tharp

    Hary Johann Tuukkanen Itriago

    Santos Verdia-Cross

    Tiange Wei

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  • NYFA Los Angeles 2017 Winter Graduation

    Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailOn January 28th, the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles bid farewell to over 120 students as they crossed the stage in their caps and gowns. Amongst teachers, family, and friends, graduates prepared to enter the entertainment field.

    To honor their accomplishments we share here the final words of encouragement from the commencement speakers for the class of 2017 in hopes that they’ll help you on your artistic journey. Congratulations to all the graduates from the New York Film Academy.

    Tab Murphy, writer of “Gorillas in the Mist,” “The Hunchback of Notre Dame,” “Tarzan,” “Atlantis: The Lost Empire,” “Brother Bear,” “Superman/ Batman: Apocalypse, and Batman: Year One,” left students inspired with his impassioned address.

    Tab Murphy

    “This is such an exciting time in Hollywood. There’s so much opportunity out there. There are so many new venues for content and so many ways to be a creator and a writer. It’s an incredibly exciting time. I encourage you to embrace it all. Be entrepreneurial, don’t have such a narrow vision of yourself as a filmmaker and while you’re doing all of that don’t be afraid to embrace life so that when that door of opportunity opens you have something to say.”
    –Tab Murphy

    Andrew Leeds has been acting since he was eight years old. He’s done everything from voice over for animation, acted for television shows including “Bones,” “Cristela,” and “NCIS: Los Angeles,” improvisation with Groundlings Theater. He is in the holiday comedy “Office Christmas Party” and is now writing and producing for television. Leeds used his life experience to provide students with practical life advice to survive in Los Angeles.

    Andrew Leeds

    “If I could leave you with one thing today it would be, believe in yourself. Bet on yourself. However hard you think you’ve worked up until now, work harder. Create, innovate, and bring things to the table no one before you has brought. Every person in here has what it takes to do it. And, if I’m smart, I’ll take my own advice and do it too. Congratulations to all of you as you embark on the next phase of your life.”
    -Andrew Leeds

    Peter Medak has been making movies for close to sixty years and is passionate about the craft now as he was when he first began. He’s directed episodes of “7th Heaven,” “Breaking Bad,” “Cold Case,” “Hannibal,” “Twilight Zone,” “The Wire,” and “Tales from the Crypt.” His films include “The Changeling,” “Species II,” and “Romeo is Bleeding.” Here our his final words to the Filmmaking graduating class of 2017.

    Peter Medak

    “It’s pure magic. Magic is what you can do with those lenses. You’ve had your training you know about the lenses. You know about lighting, which is so important.

    I had to shoot in South Africa and make it look like Sunset Boulevard but we were in Capetown. It doesn’t exist I said to the producers, ‘You’re all out of your mind. It is impossible to do that.’ But you know I saw it was quite possible. You have to be very clever about it. Choose very carefully what you show in that frame.

    You’re going on an amazing journey and I congratulate you. I want you to follow your dreams. That’s the most important thing.”
    -Peter Medak

    Congratulations to the class of 2017!

    MFA Acting For Film
    Christopher Lee Akens
    Sienna Eve Benton
    Ainur Burkutbayeva
    Maria De Los Angeles Cabrera Toledo
    Rita A Casman
    John O’brien Johnson
    Aditya Joshi
    Yu-Hsuan Lee
    Camila Mejia Duque
    Gina Simone Parris
    Demyra Ravyne Payne
    Shelby Simkin
    Jesselynn Stegall
    Nanli Wang
    Michael Wilson
    Zhe Zeng
    Alem Zewdu
    Wanyao Zhang
    Khorlan Zholzhaxynova

    BFA Acting For Film
    Morgan Aiken
    Leo D’hemery
    Michael Elston
    Alfred Gabidullin
    Reinaldo Garcia
    Kristina Karpechenkova
    Fiona Ketter
    Justin Lightfoot
    Grace Michelle Wangui Mbayah
    Thomas Oakley
    Tayla Jan Schaffner
    Milbelynn Soto
    Marcella Unate
    Anlezia Mone Venter
    Joel Wright
    Ekaterina Zaytseva

    AFA Acting For Film
    Helmer David Arango
    Jenný Arnthórsdóttir
    Montana Cypress
    Vanessa Esquivel
    Paloma Fernandez Vigil
    Andrew Forner
    Daniela Maria Gerdes
    Tomas Gudmundsson
    Christopher Holani
    Lena Annalisa Kane
    Kelsey Kummerl
    Martta Rebekka Maki-Petaja
    Badr Moussa
    Josiah Portukalian
    Nathan Rosado
    Christopher Allyn Rybka
    Ivan Sharudo
    Valita Stoke
    Pranay Unadkat

    MFA Screenwriting
    Ashley Helg
    Casey Hempel
    Efsane Karayılanoğlu
    Timothy Kirkpatrick
    Tricia Lan
    Linn Markussen
    Kayla Maurais
    Karthik Menon
    Chiedozie Orjiako
    Eduardo Faustino Rivera Jaso

    BFA Screenwriting
    Kine Brown
    Kyle Del Fierro
    Jinghui Jia
    Daria Leshchenko
    Jamaul Phillips
    Florian David Sutalo
    William Willis

    AFA Screenwriting
    Hong Bin Zhang

    MFA Game Design
    Yi Chen
    Tianyi Wu

    BFA Game Design
    Hasan Cheikhali
    Maresh Escoffery

    MA Film And Media Production
    Medardo III Abad
    Stephanie Adusei-Boateng
    Lamia Alshwwier
    Hardik Aswani
    Oscar Avila Letelier
    Elizaveta Bolshunova
    Eric Owen Bridges
    Maria Lorena Carrocci
    Sheila David
    Yanhua Gao
    Yunhong Guo
    Albandari Tariq Hakeem
    Naimah Hawsah
    Kiyanoush Jahaandideh
    Adebowale Johnson
    Ajay Marri
    Manikandan Mathivanan
    Kyaw Kyaw Min
    Sadedin Piralievich Nuraliev
    Olzhas Nurbayev
    Daniel Peres Morel
    Tianyu Ren
    Andrea Rodriguez Sanchez
    Nataliya Tsvetkova
    Gudiveti Venkata Raghavendra Reddy
    Chuwei Wang
    Xiao Wang
    Yanping Wang
    Sarai Waters
    Shengsheng Wu
    Fei Xie

    AFA Filmmaking
    I-Chen Chung
    Peter Farquhar
    Desmond Goldson
    Sergey Korchinskiy
    Samuel Mcknight
    Joshua Prince
    Ben Zimmerman

    MFA Cinematography
    Saleh Aldwayyan
    Abdulaziz Almutari Talaq
    Amy Lynn Brown
    Jessica Gray
    Joseph Hamilton
    Haoxun Jiang
    Sam Krishna
    Tian Liu
    Yang Liu
    Dhruv Saxena
    Carlos Suarez
    Jaan Kristjan Utno
    Jing Wang
    Haowei Wen
    Yue Xue

    MFA Producing
    Louis Brown
    Qian Dong
    Melissa Gutiérrez Clavijo
    Florian Christian Handler
    Zororo Makamba
    Ana Cindy Quijada R.
    Daniel Wayne Smith
    Funeka Sowazi
    Joshua Thomas
    Alexandre Wilson
    Hanjie Zhang
    Yanjun Zhu

    AFA Producing
    Nicole Tatlock

    MFA Photography
    Nilangana Banerjee
    Pamela Garcia-Aguirre
    Tingting Lou
    Hao Yang
    Yiwan Zhang

    BFA Photography
    Polina Krasovicka
    Xiao Xu

    BFA Animation
    Yahui Cheng

    MFA Filmmaking (Feature Track)
    Bandar Mohayl Almutairi
    Vanness Diane Hughes

    MFA Filmmaking
    Marvin Akanyi
    Mohamad Al Yamani
    Abdulelah Alqurashi
    Hua Bai
    Fanzhen Bu
    Luis Fernando Camargo
    Yang Chen
    Yucheng Geng
    Fei Guo
    Nicole Harris
    Lei Hong
    Shiman Hu
    Hanyang Huang
    Amir Kadiev
    George Leone
    Shaobo Li
    Ziwei Lu
    Pedro Ludwig Marcial
    Milton Lyons
    Haihua Ma
    John Mccain
    Obianuju Obiejesi
    Jorge Andres Ospina Sanchez
    Chanel Page
    Keyu Qu
    Olga Solodukhina
    Pavel Suslov
    Hiroshi Takano
    Diana Esperanza Trejo
    Daniel Velasco
    Rui Wu
    Wei Xiao
    Qin Yan
    Zhiyuan Yuan
    Yuqing Zhang
    Tian Zhou
    Duxiao Zhu

    BFA Filmmaking (Feature Track)
    Hamzah Ahmed F. Tarzan

    BFA Filmmaking
    Noor Matook Al Yaseen
    Paul Araujo Coronel
    Abdullah Bamajboor
    Diego Barragan
    Nikita Belomestnykh
    William Berkowitz Jr.
    Joseph Brandon
    Alexis Brown
    Charles Clark
    Nicholas Cunha
    Guojiang Deng
    Christopher Di Edwardo
    Joel Jerry Duran
    Robert Ford
    Kristen Kiertzner
    Yassein Koptane
    Andrew Kunkle
    Haochang Liu
    Luke Murphy
    Samuel Nieves
    Cindy Osegueda
    Taylor Paluso
    Mariel Quintero
    Shivalik Shankar
    Alexander Stamm
    Shammika Tomar
    Arturo Trapaga
    Hao Wang
    Joann Wong
    Shiyao Yao
    Jiasu Ye
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    February 15, 2017 • Community Highlights, Guest Speakers • Views: 4229

  • NYFA Filmmaking Graduation and Final Screenings

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    Filmmaking graduates from New York Film Academy held a final screening at the Edmond J. Safra Hall Screening Room at the Museum of Jewish Heritage located near the New York campus in Battery Park.

    Introducing the films and congratulating the graduates prior to the screening was NYFA President Michael Young and Directing Instructor Brad Sample. Both Young and Sample stressed the fact that a key to their future success relies on their networking and collaborations with each other. A large portion of the NYFA success stories have come about from former students teaming up on projects together.

    The thirteen films that screened this past Friday, May 27, 2016 were:

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    Summer 2015 Section A & B Final Films

    “We witnessed firsthand the effort all students collectively put into this program,” said NYFA Filmmaking Chair Claude Kerven. “This isn’t easy by any stretch of the imagination. Completing this program is a testament to each student’s hard work, commitment, and desire to excel in filmmaking. To master the craft of film directing is a life-long endeavor. We look forward to hearing good things about all of our graduates in the years to come.”

    Congratulations to all of our graduates, and best of luck on your future careers in filmmaking!

    To view more photos from the graduation, CLICK HERE.

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    June 3, 2016 • Filmmaking, Student & Alumni Spotlights • Views: 5669

  • Game Design and 3D Animation Graduation

    Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailThe New York Film Academy’s 26 Broadway transformed into a miniature arcade last week as Game Design and 3D Animation students showcased their final games and thesis films to peers, friends and family.

    game design grad

    “I am immensely proud of our graduates,” said Game Design and 3D Animation Chair Phoebe Elefante. “They have stretched themselves beyond what they thought possible, and they have achieved so much in such a short time.”

    Visitors had the chance to play student-made games like Kramacus 2 and Climaniacs while 3D Animation student films were shown both during a screening showcase and on a rear projection at the graduation reception. It was quite remarkable seeing what each student had accomplished in just a year’s time.

    game design graduates

    “They have acquired all of the skills they will need to pursue their passions in the fields of animation and game design, and they have demonstrated the dedication to succeed,” added Elefante. “It has been my honor to help them on their way, and I wish them all good hunting.”Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

  • Broadcast Journalism Fall 2015 Graduation

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    Without a doubt, last week’s highlight was the graduation of the Fall 2015 1-Year Broadcast Journalism students. The weather was perfect, and so was the event. It was a great way to celebrate the hard work and determination of the graduates, as well as reflect on the fun they had while at NYFA.

    Friday we screened their resume reels, along with one story from the numerous reports each student produced while here at NYFA. The goal was to pick a story that best reflected what they learned at NYFA. The graduates were then awarded their certificates. Finally, the grads, faculty and staff went off-campus to celebrate the occasion.

    Congratulations to all of our recent grads. We wish them the best of luck as they begin their careers in broadcast journalism!Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmail

    May 30, 2016 • Broadcast Journalism, Student & Alumni Spotlights • Views: 3058

  • Congratulations MFA, AFA, MA & BFA Graduates in Los Angeles!

    Facebooktwittergoogle_plusredditpinterestlinkedinmailIt was a bright and sunny California day on Saturday, January 30th when New York Film Academy students receiving their MFA, AFA, MA and BFA degrees in Filmmaking, Acting, Producing, Screenwriting, Photography, Game Design, Documentary, Cinematography and Feature Track studies, gathered at the Harmony Gold Preview house in West Hollywood for their degree program commencement ceremonies. Graduations at 10:00am, 2:00pm, and 6:00pm were packed with family and friends of the graduating students showing their support.

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    Commencement speakers actress Heather Hemmens (Hellcats, The Vampire Diaries, The Dukes of Hazard, etc.), writer Courtney Lilly (Black-ish, The Cleveland Show, I’m Through with White Girls, etc.) and writer/director/actress Cathryn Michon (A Dog’s Purpose, Muffintop: A Love Story, etc.) as well as NYFA department chairs and deans gave encouraging words of advice for navigating the entertainment industry and life in general.

    Congratulations to all of NYFA Los Angeles 2016 degree program graduates!

    10:00am Graduation

    MFA in Acting

    Logan Arneson
    Darrell Bernard Bailey
    Amy Burzak
    Cristina Castano Brunet
    Carla D’Errico
    Rishi Das
    Feifei Di
    Jose Antonio Gil Vigna
    Xavier Keither Hatten
    Timothy Hildebrand
    Zane Shah Kanampuram
    Tin-Yu Lien
    Israel James Lister
    Patricia Luiza Coeli Medeiros de Carvalho Peixoto Diego Medellin
    Meghan Modrovsky
    Lauren Mosley
    Anthony Mottola
    Quentin L. Murphy
    Sabrina Pecario
    Jennifer Michelle Scruggs
    S. Alicia Seecharan
    Jazmine Wilson
    Yuqing Wu
    Qiner Zhang
    Nila Zojaji

    BFA in Acting

    Joseline Angulo
    David Bradberry
    Alberto Coutinho Aguiar
    Schuyler Dalenberg
    Kaitlyn Hill
    Katie Mejia
    Joshua Moore
    Christin Muuli
    Mara Topic

    AFA in Acting

    Sigfrido Bobonis Jr.
    Avik Bose
    Raiyah Jane Brown
    Katarina Czabafy
    Shaundel Davis
    Jens Engels
    Ahmad Wais Feroogh
    Jazmin Hamilton
    Robert Hughes
    Sarah Lea
    Phoebe Munford
    Daniel L. Nordling
    Gabriella Pretto
    Grecia Salamon Rodriguez
    Kyler Charles Sawyer
    Maisie Grace
    Alvarez Seavill
    Sofia Steen
    Oliver Villeta

    MFA in Screenwriting

    Louis Cooley
    Brittany Crawley
    Korbinian Hegele
    John Leary
    Sisan McNeil
    Aleksandra Milanova
    José Abel
    Rangel Osorio
    Beatriz Irene Romero Cuellar
    Julian Santos
    Nil Simsek
    Nidheya Suresh
    Peter Szaraz
    Yue Xu

    BFA in Screenwriting

    David Castillo
    Axel Ruelas
    Shari Thakar

    MFA in Photography

    Hadeel Ali B Alahmari
    Hongbin Dai
    Zhuoqun Jiang
    Khulud Muath
    Parth Sutaria

    MFA in Game Design

    Yimeng Du
    Anand Menon
    Edward William Penn
    Yuanyuan Zhu

    MFA in Documentary

    Michelle Flores
    Raed Salagoor
    Alejandro Talens

    2:00pm Graduation

    BFA in Filmmaking

    Rakan AlJabr
    Aman Anand
    Arthur Baptista Galvão
    Maan Binabdulrahman
    Juliana Isa Biondi Gomes
    Santiago Caicedo Valencia
    Jaime Carbajal
    Lucas Diercouff
    Pedro Jose Duran Fernandez
    Tammy-Anne Fortuin
    Renato Gontijo
    Kayd Hildebrandt
    Atinuke Ilupeju
    Jeremy Jimenez
    Keline Kanoui
    Ryan Kenny
    Joshua King
    Yassein Koptane
    Chenyang Li
    Seng Jee Low
    Yulia Melnikova
    Kamila Razykova
    Ilya Rozhkov
    Ruperto Sanchez
    Nicholas Seeley
    Maria Florencia Serrao
    Medet Shayakhmetov
    Jiaojiao Wang
    Mengfei Wang
    Haifeng Wang
    Li Wei
    John Willment-Knowles
    Jarod Dean Winchester

    AFA in Filmmaking

    Matheus Ronn Leite
    Xing Li
    Shantanu Paranji
    Louis-Edouard Tete

    MFA in Producing

    María Lea Aevarsdóttir
    Apurva Agarwal
    Zainab Abdullah
    Alzori Kristel Boulos
    Yue Duan
    Abraham Dunmeyer
    Laura Gutiérrez Rozo Paul-Felix Heinisch
    Laura Hurtado Gomez
    Karina Ibragimova
    Lu Jia
    Ontonio Karam
    Matthew Daniel Koss
    Qi Liu
    Yijian Lou
    Yu Meng
    Tarilate Owei
    Sean Parker
    Katja Lucie Sophie Reventlow-Grinling Takamasa Saito
    Christina Sawyer
    Jiajun Song
    Maria Teresa Velez Pinto
    Lin Wang
    Kristopher Welcome
    Yan Yan
    Gang Yang
    Sile Zhang

    MFA in Producing – Feature Track

    Abdullah Kurashi

    BFA in Producing

    Barbara dos Santos
    Ribeiro Vitor Faria Hage

    AFA in Producing

    Guillermo Padilla
    Raza Servia
    Paige Elizabeth White

    MFA in Cinematography

    Maram Al Jaoser
    Belal Albadr
    Joseph Bornilla
    Marvin Geovanny Dubon
    Liu Han
    Giovanni Andres Hernandez
    Dhruv Jayant Lapsia
    Ernesto Pletsch
    Haozhe Zhang

    6:00pm Graduation

    MFA in Filmmaking

    Dina Abdel Aziz
    Mohamad Al Yamani
    Tariq Abdullah Almoqati
    Hiroshi Azuma
    Sonia Bajaj
    Erik Carlson
    Simon Grinde Drivdal
    Shagun Goel
    Mengxue Hu
    David Johnson
    Dennis Larkin
    Alexandra Lebona
    Dong Lei
    Bowen Li
    Xiaoxiao Li
    Xi Ling
    Qi Lu
    Xiaoyun Luo
    Hyunjung Moon
    Ibrahim Nada
    Li Niu
    Yufei Qiao
    Minghao Shen
    Ruowei Wang
    Shuhe Wang
    Xinyi Wang
    Zhengduo Wang
    Konrad Weixelbraun
    Jun Xia
    Hui Yuan
    Li Yuan
    Yi Zhang
    ZhiHua Zhong
    Yuqing Zhu

    MFA in Filmmaking – Feature Track

    Michael James Dominguez
    Yul Gatewood
    Adam Marson
    Gehan Naber
    Aloaye Omoake
    Assaad Yacoub

    MA in Film & Media Production

    Cyndell Addison
    Omoladun Adenuga
    Ruslan Baitenov
    Chelsea Blaire Charles
    Maytus Chernpipat
    Raymond Lenny Kiston Clarisse
    Anthony Charles A. Coralejo
    Sara Maria Duque Restrepo
    Sherando Ferril Cupid
    Julio García Escames
    Daniel Gomez
    Sudesh Kumar Jayaraj
    David Khodzhamiryan
    Georgy Khodzhamiryan
    Ekaterina Kostina
    Thirati Kulyingwattanavit
    Adriana Ledesma
    Xi Li
    Binyue Liu
    Jiping Liu
    Dingmaomao Ma
    Vasha Narace
    Jose Diego Nava Moreno
    Cheuk Yan Ng
    Zolbayar Odkhuu
    Mema Ojukwu
    Joana Prata Pereira de Mattos
    Grazielle Simoes
    Ronda Suder
    Kehao Sun
    Arvind Venugopal
    Zexia Wang
    Shang Wu
    Weiwei Xie
    Yue Yang
    Zichao Yang
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    February 9, 2016 • Community Highlights, Guest Speakers, Student & Alumni Spotlights • Views: 6750