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Oct 30 2020 | Sundance Institute | Posted In: Faculty
Documentary Film and Video
The latest cohort of Sundance Institute Documentary Fund Grantees, announced today, comprise 23 nonfiction film projects from 21 countries of production. Unrestricted grant support, totaling $540,000, will benefit the projects across various production stages from development to post-production....
Oct 14 2020 | Stanford Daily | Posted In: Awards, Students
Documentary Film and Video
By Kirsten Mettler 
Jul 23 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Awards, Students
Art History, Documentary Film and Video
Twenty-one people with Stanford affiliations are among this year’s recipients of grants from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. The awardees include several members of the Class of 2020, as well as other recent Stanford alums, according to an announcement by the Bechtel International Center.  
Jan 14 2020 | Stanford News | Posted In: Awards, Faculty
Documentary Film and Video
Kristine Samuelson, the Edward Clark Crossett Emerita Professor of Humanistic Studies, and Stanford alumnus John Haptas have earned an Oscar nomination for best documentary short for their film Life Overtakes Me.  
Aug 24 2018 | The New York Times | Posted In: Press Release
Documentary Film and Video
Two recent thesis films from the Stanford MFA in Documentary Film program were featured in the New York Times. Nathan Reich’s Calving Season (a shortened version of his 2018 thesis film The Warming Shed) is a sensitive observational portrait of a Montana cattle ranch. Understated and poetic, the...

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