Full Frame Features TEC Alums, Teachers, and Class Films

The work of TEC alums, teachers, and class projects will be showcased at this year’s 2011 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival. Hot Coffee, A Matter of Taste, and If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front will all be featured as New Docs. Hot Coffee, a class project in 2010, was edited by TEC alum Cindy Lee and produced by TEC instructor Alan Oxman; A Matter of Taste was edited by Amy Foote and produced by Rachel Mills, both TEC alums; If A Tree Falls, which took home the Documentary Editing Award at 2011 Sundance Film Festival, was edited by TEC alum Matthew Hamacheck. Both Page One: Inside the New York Times (edited by alums Chad Beck, Sarah Devorkin, and Chris Branca, and produced by TEC instructor Alan Oxman) and Who Took the Bomp? Le Tigre on Tour (directed by alum Kerthy Fix and edited by alum Sarah Devorkin) were selected to screen as Invited Documentaries. For more details on the films and their screenings, visit the official Full Frame website.