MFA in Film

News & Events

The MFA in Film engages with the quickly evolving world of independent filmmaking because students and faculty are right in the mix.

Read the latest news and events that bring the MFA in Film into the forefront of independent film.


Moving Parts

Film alumna Emily Upczak ('15) screens her feature, MOVING PARTS, at Denver film festival

This quietly gripping drama puts a fresh spin on the subject of human trafficking by introducing us to a young Chinese woman smuggled into Trinidad and Tobago.

MFA in Film announces screenings at the Savoy Theater

The VCFA Film program at the Vermont College of Fine Arts is pleased to announce the following line-up of screenings, to run October 22-27. 


Film student John J. Valadez’s film to be shown on PBS stations

John J. Valadez, a current student in the MFA in Film program, will show his film THE HEAD OF JOAQUIN MURRIETA across public television stations during Hispanic Heritage Month.


Film alumnus Josh Koury to premiere VOYEUR documentary at the New York Film Festival

MFA in Film alumnus Josh Koury (’15) will premiere his new documentary feature VOYEUR about the controversial Gay Talese book at the 55th New York Film Festival on October 4, 2017. 


Film alumnus Kenneth Raimondi is named a JCI TOYA award winner

MFA in Film alumnus Kenneth Raimondi (’15) was recently named a Top Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) winner from JCI—a nonprofit organization of young citizens engaged and committed to creating impact in their communities. 

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