After UArts : Film & Video
Film & Video alumni are working in Hollywood, New York and across the globe in a variety of roles, including Veronica Kablan BFA '06 (Film & Video), the visual effects coordinator for "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "Oz: The Great and Powerful."
Other alums include the producer of “Salt” and “Legally Blonde”, the director of “Gremlins” and “The Howling”, the executive producer of “Six Degrees of Separation” and “Other People’s Money,” a director of photography for “Men in Black,” “Forrest Gump” and episodes of “Law and Order,” an animation editor at Disney, a story producer for “Masterchef” and “The Biggest Loser,” a digital imagist for “Black Swan,” an assistant camera operator for “30 Rock” and “The Wrestler,” a casting associate for “Heroes” and “The Apprentice,” a dialogue editor for “Boardwalk Empire,” a camera operator for “Project Runway” and “The Bachelor,” a digital artist on “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and assistant visual effects coordinator on “Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End,” directors, cinematographers and editors on commercials for many companies including Nike, Mack Trucks, Johnson & Johnson, NFL Films, TV Guide and Mattel, and for shows and music videos on HBO, MTV, VH1, A&E, the Travel Channel and Nickelodeon.
Graduates from the Film & Video program have received a Sundance Institute Fellowship, a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship and have had their work shown in the Whitney Biennial, the Berlin Film Festival, at the Museum of Modern Art and at Lincoln Center. They’ve won Emmy Awards and Peabody Awards and student Academy Awards. One half of the groundbreaking animation and filmmaking team the Quay Brothers comes from the program here, while other alums are successful independent filmmakers, graphic designers, researchers and studio managers. Many own their own production companies.