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Tim Atzinger '95
Has been nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Picture Editing For Reality Programming on Survivor.

Michael Baber '93
Is up for an Emmy for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series for Battlestar Galactica.

Joe Ballarini '00
Is set to adapt the comicbook series Maintenance for Warner Bros.

Keith Calder '04
Of Occupant Films will produce The Wackness, a comedy starring Ben Kingsley.

Merva Faddoul '05
Is set to shoot a narrative short in Lebanon with fellow grad Vachan Sharma (2005 MFA Production). Faddoul and Sharma's Middle East documentaries have screened at Cannes, the Arab Annual Film Festival, and the Seoul International Film Festival, among others.

Dana Fox '00
Will script the high-concept comedy Male Doula for Universal Pictures.

Jonathan Glickman '93
Is set to produce Four Christmases, New Line's holiday comedy starring Vince Vaughan and Reese Witherspoon; will produce Anthony Zimmer, to be directed by Lasse Hallstrom.

Brian Grazer '74
Has landed a series commitment at Fox for a TV show about the FBI.

Becky Hutner '03
Has been nominated for an LA Emmy for her editing work on NBC's YourLA.

Margaret Kerrison '07
Is a finalist for a New Writers Award from the Coalition of Asian Pacifics in Entertainment (CAPE), sponsored by Fox Entertainment Group. Her script, Empress Wu, could win her a staged reading of her work and a cash prize, among other rewards.

Karey Kirkpatrick '88
Will direct Nowhereland for Paramount Pictures.

Ken Kwapis '82
Has been nominated for an Emmy in the Outstanding Directing For A Comedy Series category for his work on The Office.

Felipe Marino '04
Of Occupant Films will produce The Wackness, a comedy starring Ben Kingsley.

Moira McMahon '02
Has earned a place in the Independent Film Festival for her original screenplay Wrigleyville.

Julian Myers '39
Celebrating 58 years, so far, in Hollywood P.R. with Julian Myers Public Relations, trade-marking Amigo Day, new international monthly holiday.

Gustin Nash '99
Has adapted the graphic novel "10" for Dimension.

Eric Nazarian '99
First feature film The Blue Hour which he wrote and directed, has been accepted into the upcoming 55th San Sebastian International Film Festival.

Joe Neurauter '04
Of Occupant Films will produce The Wackness, a comedy starring Ben Kingsley.

Paul Nielsen '97
Has been nominated for an Emmy for his work on The Amazing Race in the Outstanding Picture Editing for Reality Programming category.

Jeremy Passmore
Thriller spec Summer's End has been optioned by Rogue Pictures.

Starling Price '83
Has received an Emmy nomination for his work on Penn & Teller: Bullshit in the Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming category.

Meri Pritchett '00
Has received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Cinematography for Reality Television for her work on Intervention.

Jay Roach '86
Is set to direct Recount, HB0's account of the drama behind the 2000 presidential election.

James Sadwith '84
Will adapt Things for AMC, which won the Pulitzer Prize and is based on the war in Southeast Asia.

Marco Schnabel '93
Is set to direct The Love Guru for Paramount Pictures.

Eric Schrier '98
Has been appointed to run FX Productions for the FX Network.

Eric Sears '74
Is up for an Emmy for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for a Miniseries Or A Movie for The Path to 9/11.

Alyson Shelton '01
Received festival attention at the AFI Dallas International Film Festival, Female Eye Film Festival Toronto, and others for Eve of Understanding, which she wrote, directed, and produced. The film was co-produced with 2003 Production MFA Jen Prince, and features a long list of SCA alumni in crew positions.

Stacey Sher '85
Will produce the spec comedy Kept Men for Paramount Pictures.

Jon Singleton '90
Will direct Lionsgate's legal drama Tulia.

Douglass M. Stewart '72
Has received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Picture Editing for a Special (Single or Multi-Camera) for his work on the 79th Annual Academy Awards.

William Stich '74
Is up for an Emmy for Outstanding Single-Camera Picture Editing for A Drama Series on The Sopranos.

Sharon Tylk-Gersh '95
Is up for an Emmy for Outstanding Sound Editing for a Series on ER.

Matthew Weiner '90
Received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing for a Drama Series for The Sopranos.

David Weiss '87
Received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Writing for Nonfiction Programming for his work on Penn & Teller: Bullshit.

John Wells '82
Will be producing Awaken the Dragon, the remake of the Bruce Lee Film, for Warner Independent Pictures.

Films and TV Shows

Blue State
Adam Stein '05, Editor.

Daddy Day Camp
Jonathan Glickman ‘ 93, Producer.

I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry
Michael Bostick ‘90, Producer.

Illegal Tender
John Singleton ‘90, Producer/Music Supervisor;
Dwight Williams ‘89, Executive Producer.

Rush Hour 3
Jonathan Glickman ‘93, Producer.

Shoot ‘Em Up
Don Murphy '88, Producer.

Superbad
Judd Apatow ‘87, Producer.

The Invasion
John Ottman ‘88, Music.

The Pixar Story
Leslie Iwerks ‘93, Producer/Director/Writer.

The Simpsons Movie
Brad Ableson '97, Story Artist.

Saving Grace
Talicia Raggs ‘94, Writer.

The Simpsons
Brad Ableson '97, Storyboard Artist.