The four-story pavilion will include state-of-the-art classroom and technical space, providing students with a more flexible education, adaptable to the ever-changing nature of the entertainment industry.
Each year, the Cineteca di Bologna and SFTV present Il Cinema Ritrovato on Tour, a mini-film festival that offers our students and community the chance to see lovingly restored works on the big screen.
It’s the first effort of Malcom Liggon ’21’s organization Diverso, which is building a student-led production fund to eliminate the financial barriers that young minority filmmakers face when entering the industry.
Horizon Awards support the next generation of female filmmakers by providing grants, mentorship, and networking opportunities. Each awardee receives an all-expenses-paid trip to the Sundance Film Festival.
Last spring, an Instagram post from a fellow Windy City native led Michelle Amor Gillie to co-create The Honorable, a one-hour drama that recently sold to CBS about the first Black woman mayor of Chicago.