Blanka Zizka was recognized for her contributions in theater.
Keith Fulton and Lou Pepe’s new film, “The Bad Kids,” was featured at the festival in January.
Alumna Syreeta Martin created and hosts a live talk show, intended to raise community issues and inspire viewers.
After proposed plans for an on-campus stadium, the student-producers of “We All Live Here” feel their work is not done.
In “The King’s Highway,” local filmmaker Jason Sherman hopes to showcase Northeast Philadelphia as an important historical area with stories reaching back to colonial days.
Drexel University students are currently producing a documentary about the culture of local firefighters.
“A Place In Hell,” premiered at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival Oct. 25.
Local animation collective OOF will host a free showcase of short films from around the world Oct. 24.
Alumnus Forrest Harding is one of the puppeteers that plays Chica the Chicken on Sprout’s “Sunny Side Up Show,” the only live mainstream preschool show in the U.S.
Alumnus Ian Rose was the associate producer on the Kirby Dick-directed documentary.