Abraham Rozenbaum, Class of 2019

Abraham Rozenbaum is a New York City-based Film Director, Producer, Screenwriter, and Editor from Caracas, Venezuela. He earned a BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York (SVA) where he won two grants and several international awards for his thesis film “Ayuda”. He earned his MPS in Directing from SVA in May of 2019 with his next narrative comedy, “Ojos Que No Ven”.
He is a former Video Producer and Editor for business magazines Inc. and Fast Company. Abraham envisions to direct and produce narrative productions and music videos in NYC and internationally. Movie Link Website Link

Jaanelle Yee, Class of 2017

Jaanelle Yee is a Cuban-American filmmaker from Miami, currently living in New York as a student in the Masters Directing program at School of Visual Arts. Stuff she has directed ranges from short films, music videos, fundraiser trailers, glamour videography, and more. Her creative style explores themes of feminism in horror, mythology in modern settings, and plays on words taken literally to an absurd degree. Movie Link Website Link

Katy May Hudson, Class of 2019

KM is a Brooklyn based, interdisciplinary artist, who looks to illuminate female-centric stories through her work. She is the Founder/Festival Director of The Brooklyn Women Film Festival (BWFF), Former Co-Artistic Director of the downtown experimental theater collective The New York Neo Futurists, Creative Director of She Said Productions, and a recipient of the SVA Alumni Scholarship Awards. She has collaborated with artists and organizations such as Youtube TV, Whohaha, New York Women in Film and TV, NY Neo-Futurists, ART/NY, Funny or Die, SVA Theater, University of Delaware, University of Rhode Island, School of Visual Arts & Hofstra University. She holds a BA in Journalism from Southern Cross University (Sydney) and is completing her Masters in Directing at The School of Visual Arts (New York). Katy's narrative directorial debut, Pete’s Valve, is in post- production and she is currently working on the third edition of BWFF (August 2019), a performance in The Infinite Family (June 2019), playing “Reflexion” in new podcast The Misadventures of Clown Zer0 and a feature-length screenplay. In her spare time, KM aspires to prepare more home cooked meals, read lofty books that spark joy and invest in weekly manicures. Movie Link

Miguel J. Soliman, Class of 2017

Miguel J. Soliman is a professional filmmaker from Jersey City. He is Latino-American, of Ecuadorian, Honduran, and Palestinian decent. Passionate and adventurous --Miguel sets himself apart by being an independent, international filmmaker. His work, as diverse as he, spans from comedies, to dramas, to horror films. Miguel has also written, produced, assistant directed and edited fiction films as well as documentaries in the US and abroad. Miguel earned a Bachelor of the Arts in Film Directing from Fairleigh Dickinson University in 2015. He earned a Master of Professional Studies in Directing from the School of Visual Arts in New York in 2017. He also studied at the Upright Citizens Brigade. Movie Link