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News from the 33rd College Television Awards

AFI alum Steffen Schier (AFI Class of 2011) won 2nd place for Best Drama for producing the film BOSCO’S GUITAR. Other AFI Conservatory 2011 alumni affiliated with the film are Matt Handy (director), Kelly Rothberger (screenwriter), Dru Mungai (cinematography), Ruben Sebban (editor) and Kevin Houlihan (production designer). 

Justin Edwards (AFI Class of 2011), who produced and wrote COME BACK TO ME, won the award for Best Use of Music. 

AFI alum Julian Higgins (AFI Class of 2010, 38th Student Academy Award winner for THIEF, and last year’s 1st Place Drama winner at the College Television Awards) spoke Saturday night at the ceremony and announced he directed an episode of HOUSE, M.D. which aired this week Fox.

Congratulations to all our AFI Conservatory alumni for their recognition at this year’s College Television Awards!


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