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March 22nd, 2012

COM students reach finals at Boston Student Film Fest

Film & Television

It could be a happy ending right out of a movie. Four COM students have reached the final rounds of the first annual Boston Student Film Fest, which they say could help them get the exposure they need to jump-start their cinematic dreams, according to a March 22 article in The Daily Free Press. The […]

December 3rd, 2009

Alum wins for screenplay at Slamdance

Film & Television

Christopher Hlas (COM ’04) won the 2009 Slamdance Short Screenplay Contest for his script Hey Vendor! The film was produced by Slamdance President Peter Baxter and directed by Sundance Film Festival jury award-winner Matt Harrison. The film stars Troy Garity (Jane Fonda’s son, who played Harvey in Danny Boyle’s Sunshine) and Anthony Rey Parker (Dozer from The Matrix). Hlas makes a cameo, too — as "Unconcious Guy."

October 28th, 2009

Student-film accepted into Munich festival

Film & Television

Jac Woods, a 2008 COM graduate, is one of only two Americans whose films were accepted into the prestigious Munich Student Film Festival.