Alumni

Alumnus Tom Quinn Selected for Biennale College Cinema

Oct 5 2015

Tom Quinn, a graduate of the Department of Film and Media Arts at Temple University, is one of twelve filmmakers whose projects were selected in the first phase of 2015/16 Biennale College – Cinema.

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2015 Pew Fellows include Professor Rea Tajiri & alumnus James Ijames

Jul 10 2015

The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage announced its 2015 grants in support of the Philadelphia region’s cultural organizations and artists on Monday, June 15. Professor Rea Tajiri, of the Department of Film and Media Arts, and alumnus James Ijames, actor and playwright, were among the twelve individuals honored with Pew Fellowships.

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Alumni Profile: Shon Causer (MFA ’06)

Mar 11 2015

Alumnus finds successful career as freelance designer

by Deneia Washington

As theater students begin thinking about their professional career after college, freelancing may be considered as an option. Lighting designer Shon Causer (MFA ’06) chose to become a freelance designer and hasn’t looked back since.

Temple University Alum Received Sundance Institute Documentary Film Program Grant

Feb 26 2015

 

Temple University alumnus Haitao Guo, a graduate of the department’s MFA program, received a Sundance Institute Documentary Film grant last month. The grant will support the post-production efforts of Guo’s feature-length documentary A Peking Opera Master in New York.

MFA Alum’s Documentary Film receives North American Premiere at TIFF

Feb 26 2015

The Years of Fierro (Los Años de Fierro), directed by Santiago Esteinou, an FMA alumnus, was screened at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), as part of the TIFF Docs, a showcase of the best non-fiction cinema. With more than 250 national and international movies screened annually, TIFF is an important opportunity for films looking for distribution and publicity.

Remembering Alan Kosher

Sep 29 2014

The Temple Theaters community is mourning the loss of Alan Ross Kosher, BA '69, who passed away on September 27, 2014, in Philadelphia, PA, at the age of 68 of colon cancer. Kosher was a respected theater professional and supportive Temple Theaters alumnus; a friend and mentor to many.

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