Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts

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College of Motion Picture Arts
Established 1989
Type Film school
Parent institution Florida State University
Location Tallahassee, Florida, U.S.
Dean Reb Braddock
Students 215[1]
Website film.fsu.edu

The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts (colloquially, The Film School), is the Film School of the Florida State University. About 215 students are enrolled in classes, including undergraduates and graduate students, including Bachelor of Fine Arts and Master of Fine Arts students.

National rankings[edit]

The FSU College of Motion Picture Arts is one of the most highly ranked in the nation. Its students have won over 2,000 awards, honors, prizes and featured screenings at both national and international festivals and competitions. FSU Film students won more Student Oscars (2) and College Television Awards (5) in one year than any other film school.[2] The college is one of the few film schools in the country to be recognized by the Directors Guild of America for "its distinguished contribution to American culture through the world of film and television".

Included awards and honors are screenings at the Cannes Film Festival and Slamdance Film Festivals, The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences ("Student Oscars"), The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Collegiate Television Awards, the Coca-Cola refreshing Filmmaker Collegiate Competition and the American Society of Cinematographers Student Competition.[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]


  1. ^ http://www.ir.fsu.edu/Factbooks/2014-15/Enrollments_College.pdf
  2. ^ [1] Florida State University - College Highlights and Selected National Rankings Retrieved on 5-01-2007.
  3. ^ Arts, Florida State University College of Motion Picture. "- College of Motion Picture Arts". 
  4. ^ "Faculty & Staff | College of Motion Picture Arts". College of Motion Picture Arts. Retrieved 2018-06-04. 
  5. ^ "Mark Vargo". IMDb. Retrieved 2018-06-04. 

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