AFI Alumni Showcasing New Work at AFI FEST 2022 – American Film Institute

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AFI Alumni Showcasing New Work at AFI FEST 2022

AFI FEST 2022 takes place November 2-6, 2022, in Los Angeles and features groundbreaking stories from a wide array of dynamic and diverse artists. Many of these artists hail from the AFI Conservatory – and we are so proud to be able to showcase their new and cutting-edge work.

This year’s AFI Alumni projects are featured in a variety of sections, ranging from Red Carpet Premieres and Special Screenings to Discovery and Documentary. The AFI Conservatory Showcase also provides an important platform for short fiction films from AFI’s most recent graduates. Congratulations to the following Alumni whose powerful and poignant films will be featured at the festival this year.

 

Red Carpet Premieres

BARDO, FALSE CHRONICLE OF A HANDFUL OF TRUTHS

– Vero Vackova (AFI Class of 2016), First Assistant Editor

 

THE FABELMANS

– David Lynch (AFI Class of 1970), Actor

– Janusz Kamiński (AFI Class of 1987), Cinematographer

– Sarah Broshar (AFI Class of 2005), Editor

– Andrew Max Cahn (AFI Class of 1992), Supervising Art Director

– Katelynn Wheelock (AFI Class of 2010), Assistant Art Director

 

LIVING

– Thorsten Schumacher (AFI Class of 2001), Executive Producer

 

THE SON

– Julie Robinson (AFI DWW Class of 1987), Script Supervisor: NY Unit

 

Special Screenings

IS THAT BLACK ENOUGH FOR YOU?!?

– Cemile Turam (AFI Class of 2017), Associate Producer

 

NANNY

– Bill Benenson (AFI Class of 1975), Executive Producer

 

Guest Artistic Director

MOSQUITA Y MARI (2012)    

– Magela Crosignani (AFI Class of 2008), Cinematographer

– Augie Robles (AFI Class of 1995), Editor

– Chris Freilich (AFI Class of 2008), Gaffer

 

YELLING TO THE SKY (2011)

– Todd Banhazl (AFI Class of 2009), Additional First Camera Assistant

 

Discovery

BRUISER

– Scott Frank (AFI Class of 1984), Producer

 

MONICA

– Christina Dow (AFI Class of 2015), Producer

 

Documentary

SUBJECT

– Ignacio Genzon (AFI Class of 2018), Additional Cinematography

 

Short Film Competition

EVERYTHING WRONG AND NOWHERE TO GO

– Lauren Guiteras (AFI Class of 2017), Cinematographer

 

HALLELUJAH

– Victor Gabriel (AFI Class of 2020), Writer/Director

– Duran Jones (AFI Class of 2021), Producer

– Robert Hunter (AFI Class of 2020), Cinematographer

– Camilla Bartoli (AFI Class of 2020), Editor

– Esmé Jackson (AFI Class of 2020), Production Designer

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