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The premiere interdisciplinary school of theater, film, and television
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TFT at Sundance: Alumni Filmmakers Celebration and an Industry Panel hosted by Dean Teri Schwartz with The Wrap

Ay, caramba! "The Simpsons" will soon be available for viewing through online streaming and FX's cable net FXX. That's good news for TFT alums and staff Harry Shearer, Chuck Sheetz, Richard Sakai, Don Payne and Nancy Cartwright, who all work on the show!

Congratulations to Julie Cross (MFA ’08). Her pilot, "I Love Monsters," won the top prize in the Sitcom Teleplay Pilot category at the Austin Film Festival this past weekend.

Jules Nurrish's, MFA '12, short film "Kiss Me" has been selected by KQED to participate in Film School Shorts, a weekly series that showcases short student films from across the country, from September 22 - September 28.

We are offering Information Sessions on the application process, the audition/interview requirements, housing, and financial aid opportunities at UCLA throughout the year for students, parents, and educators. 

Questions? Call us at (310) 206-8441 or visit our website!

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What does your future in television hold? UCLA FTVDM will host a free panel discussion with alumni in the industry on September 25th at 7pm in the James Bridges Theater.

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Take a look at the five tips that TFT grad Susana Casares, ’12, recently offered aspiring filmmakers on (She mentions a book written by our very own Myrl Schreibman!)

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Married couple and TFT grads Battiste Fenwick, '12, and Esther Julie-Anne, '13, are at the Telluride Film Festival, prepping for the world premieres of their documentaries "Una Chanza Más" and "Out of Love."

 It was announced today that "Child of God," directed by TFT visiting professor James Franco, and "Nebraska," directed by alumnus Alexander Payne, MFA '90, are in the lineup at the 2013 New York Film Festival (Sept. 27-Oct. 13)

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