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The Florida State University College of Motion Picture Arts is honored to be selected as the host of the 2020 UFVA annual conference. FSU’s film school was formed in 1989 with the expressed mission “to prepare men and women for careers in the motion picture industry.” We became an institutional member of UFVA and a conference host in 1992, only one year after graduating our first class. Today, as the Film School nears its 30th year anniversary, we are recognized by both the DGA and the Hollywood Reporter as one of the best film schools in the country. Everyone here in Tallahassee is excited to bring us all together to share ideas and foster excellence in film education. It is with great pleasure that I invite you to Florida State University!

Dean Reb Braddock

The FSU College of Motion Picture Arts offers a professional, career-oriented experience that creates a sense of community, not competition. Students work alongside peers and professors to gain valuable industry-standard skills and a story-first education to prepare for a future in film.

Florida State University, 600 W. College Avenue, Tallahassee, FL 32306

The Annual Conference is a unique event of its kind, bringing together UFVA’s international membership for peer reviewed screenings, panels, workshops, papers, and presentations over a five-day period at an academic institution in the US.