David Lang at Savannah Film Festival

Using a background rooted in science, David Lang deconstructs, analyzes and then solves problems with music.


Sarah Gavron at Savannah Film Festival

Inspired by the rise of women directing feature films, the story of equal voting rights in “Suffragette” was a natural choice for filmmaker Sarah Gavron. Holding to two tenets – remain true to yourself and work with people who share your vision – guided the process of completing the film.


Reed Morano and Olivia Wilde at Savannah Film Festival

Collaboration is essential to making a great movie. According to Reed Morano and Olivia Wilde, a variety of complementary ideas and viewpoints from key people is what enabled the successful production of “Meadowland.”


Meg Ryan at Savannah Film Festival

Telling a compelling story requires creating an emotional bond with the audience. Meg Ryan describes how the communal aspect of moviemaking allowed everyone working on the set of “Ithaca” to participate in making that happen.


Asif Kapadia at Savannah Film Festival

Six years into studying film, a tutor noted Asif Kapadia's proclivity for telling stories about outsiders taking on the system. Directing “Amy” created a need to become an expert on the singer, approaching her life as an outsider while remembering that singular reason for taking on the project.


Alex Wolff at Savannah Film Festival

A deep admiration for “Catcher in the Rye” led Alex Wolff to full investment in the role and script. Working with legendary actor Chris Cooper revealed the invaluable lesson of vulnerability.

Dominique Elliott eLearning quote

“Through eLearning, I have had the privilege of teaching everyone from professors at other institutions to art directors and business owners in the motion design industry, all seeking to improve their skills and reach their creative and professional goals.”

Sarah Adams eLearning quote

“The various types of technology that SCAD eLearning provides make it easier for me to use all learning styles to ensure the information is retained, whether a student is an audio, visual or kinesthetic learner.”


Kristin Davis at Savannah Film Festival

The first-hand experience that Kristin Davis had with elephant poachers compelled her to make a documentary to get the word out, encouraging others to do the same.