What to Watch: July 2024 | AFI Alumni Projects – American Film Institute

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What to Watch: July 2024 | AFI Alumni Projects

Looking for a new film or TV series to watch? Check out these projects by Alumni from the AFI Conservatory film school.

CHRONICLES OF A WANDERING SAINT

–Tomás Gómez Bustillo (AFI Class of 2018), Writer/Director

–Amanda Freedman (AFI Class 2019), Producer

–Benjamin Gonzales Tolentino (AFI Class 2018), Editor

–Quinn Else (AFI Class 2019), Visual Effects Artist

–Doriane Desfaugeres (AFI Class 2018), Production designer/executive producer

–Ciro Apicella (AFI Class 2019), Executive producer

–R.J. Glass (AFI Class 2019), Executive producer

–Samir Oliveros (AFI Class 2019), Executive producer

Where to watch: premiering July 5 at the Lumiere Cinema in Los Angeles, and on Friday, July 19 at the Roxie Theater in San Francisco

DESCENDANTS: THE RISE OF RED

–Jennifer Phang (AFI DWW Class of 1999), Director

Where to watch: premiering July 12, 2024 on Disney+ and August 9, 2024 on Disney Channel

EMPEROR OF OCEAN PARK

– Carolina Costa (AFI Class of 2013), Cinematographer

Where to watch: premiering July 14 on MGM+

KITE MAN: HELL YEAH!

– Vidhya Iyer (AFI Class of 2017), Writer/Executive Story Editor

Where to watch: premiering July 18 on HBO Max

LADY IN THE LAKE

–Sheila Wilson (AFI Class of 2017), Writer and Producer

Where to watch: premiering July 29 on Apple TV+

ME

–Bella Gonzales (AFI Class of 2018), Cinematographer

Where to watch: premiering July 12 on Apple TV+

TELL THAT TO THE WINTER SEA

–Jaclyn Bethany (AFI Class of 2018), Director/Co-writer

Where to watch: available for purchase and rental on digital platforms July 1 and on Amazon Prime Video Direct starting July 29

UNPRISONED, Season 2

–Jason Oldak (AFI Class of 2005), Cinematographer

Where to watch: premiering July 17 on Hulu

Ranked the #1 film school in the nation, the AFI Conservatory has over 50 years of history training filmmakers who have gone on to create award-winning and critically acclaimed films and television shows. Learn more at AFI.edu.

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