SFSU SCHOOL OF CINEMA ALL-SCHOOL CONVOCATION

Event Date: Thursday, August 20 - 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
SCHOOL OF CINEMA ALL-SCHOOL CONVOCATION

Dear Cinema Community,

 

You are warmly invited to our inaugural 2020-2021 event of Race, Resistance and Rebellion in Cinema.

SFSU SCHOOL OF CINEMA ALL-SCHOOL CONVOCATION

 

Thursday, August 20

2:00pm-4:00pm PDT

Zoom: tinyurl.com/sfsuconvocation2020

 

 

2:00 – 3:00pm PDT    

A CONVERSATION WITH DISTINGUISHED ALUMNI SPEAKER

SANDINO MOYA-SMITH

Class of 2008

Director of Development

MGM

 

Introduced by CELINE PARRENAS SHIMIZU

Director and Professor

School of Cinema

 

with ELIZABETH RAMIREZ-SOTO

Assistant Professor

School of Cinema

 

and SABRINA MARIE MOTA

President

Cinema Collective

3:00 – 4:00pm PDT      

AN ADVISING FORUM WITH SCOTT BOSWELL

Associate Professor and Undergraduate Advising Coordinator

 

 

Introduction to Faculty and Staff by Celine Parrenas Shimizu, Director and Professor, School of Cinema

 

 

Bio:

Sandino Moya-Smith is the Director of Development at MGM where he is currently working on the upcoming films No Time to Die, Respect, and Samaritan. He was previously VP of Production at Limelight Entertainment where he put together Palm Springs (2020) and was a Production Executive at June Pictures, where he worked on films including The Florida Project (2017), Book Club (2018), Wildlife (2018), and Dude (2018).Prior, he worked for Gary Ross on such films as The Hunger Games (2012-2015), Free State of Jones (2016), and Ocean’s Eight (2018). Sandino is Indigenous Mexican and the son of a migrant farmworker and a non-profit women’s rights attorney. He received his degree in Cinema from San Francisco State University in 2008.