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Students in Red Barn presenting their Div III

A Sampling of Alumni Careers in Film, Photography, Video and Related Fields

Ken Burns 71F: Documentary filmmaker and cofounder of Florentine Films; credits include Prohibition, Civil War, Baseball and Tenth Inning, Jazz, Mark Twain, Thomas Jefferson, Brooklyn Bridge, Frank Lloyd Wright, Not For Ourselves Alone: The Story of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, The War, and National Parks; numerous awards including International Documentary Association Career Achievement Award 2002 and National Television Academy Lifetime Achievement Award, 2008.

Lee Chatametikool 95S: Leading film editor for contemporary Thai cinema, edited Palme d'Or-winning Uncle Boonme Who Can Recall His Past Lives.

Rob Epstein 73F: Documentary filmmaker; credits include The Times of Harvey Milk (Academy Award), Common Threads: Stories from the Quilt (Academy Award), Word Is Out, The Celluloid Closet, and Howl.

Jenner Furst 02F: Associate producer and series editor for Brick City, a Sundance Channel documentary series on Newark, NJ

Emily Hubley 76F: Filmmaker/animator; credits include Emergence of Eunice, Delivery Man, Blake Ball, Enough, Secret Religion, The Girl with her Head Coming Off, I Used to be..., The Toe Tactic, Lifetime network's Woman to Woman, Her Grandmother's Gift, Cells; co-president at Imagine Entertainment

Erica Huggins 83F: Producer and film editor; executive producer of What Dreams May Come.

Nathan Kensinger 97F: Award-winning photographer and filmmaker whose work explores abandoned urban landscapes, director of programming for the 2010 Brooklyn International Film Festival.

Andrew Paul Leonard 81F: Combines science with art to produce stunning photographs of the microscopic world; his photos have graced Time magazine's cover and been chosen among the best photos of the year.

Brett Morgen 87F: Academy Award-nominated producer and director; credits include Chicago 10, Nimrod Nation, and The Kid Stays in the Picture

Lupita Nyong'o 03F: Documentary filmmaker, In My Genes and Shuga, an MTV/UNICEF drama in which she starred.

Will Reiser 99S: Has written and produced for various comedy shows including HBO's Da Ali G Show and Vh1's Best Week Ever; writer and executive producer of 50/50, an autobiographical recount of his battle to overcome spinal cancer and the dysfunction that came with it

Alex Rivera 91F: Digital media artist and filmmaker whose works have been screened at the Sundance Film Festival, Berlin International Film Festival, New Directors/New Films, The Guggenheim Museum, PBS, Telluride, and other international venues

Roger Sherman 73F: Cofounded Florentine Films; Oscar-nominated producer, director, cinematographer and still photographer; recently directed Medal of Honor, which premiered on PBS.

Buddy Squires 74S: Cofounder of Florentine Films, with cinematography credits that include six Oscar-nominated films, one Academy Award winner, 22 Emmy-nominated productions and ten Emmy Award winners; received the 2007 International Documentary Association's Outstanding Documentary Cinematography Award (lifetime achievement).

Jeffrey Tuchman 73F: Peabody and Emmy award-winning documentary producer, director; and writer; work has aired on A&E, PBS, History Channel, ABC, Discovery, CBS, MSNBC, HBO; credits include Murder in the Quarter, Voices of Civil Rights, and Mavericks, Miracles & Medicine; directed The Man from Hope.

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