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I love cinema, often more than anyone ought to. If it wasn't for movies, I don't know what I would be doing - certainly, I would be up to no good. As for right now, I am up to at least a little good; by day I act as the president of TUTV, by night (and most days as well) a cinematographer, picture editor, and nonfiction storyteller. I have met some of my very favorite friends and collaborators at TUTV, and I dream of telling beautiful, complex, and interesting stories with them for many years to come.
Andy De Leon is born and raised in the Bay Area, California. When he isn't at home dancing salsa with his mother, this momma's boy is at school rocking a speedo playing water polo and completing his major in Drama. His pursuits in teaching, dance, theatre, and film will one day allow him to create a drama program for low-income high school students in the East Bay. Roles include: 3P's awarded "break-through performance" as Butch in Next Fall; Rosencrantz in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead; 3P's awarded "Best Male Supporting Actor" as Uncle Peck in How I Learned to Drive; and Orpheus in Eurydice. Video credits include: assistant director in My Gay Roommate and cinematographer in Jules and Monty.
Once upon a time, little Jake Lipson was a freshman at Tufts when TUTV was all but a memory lost to the annals of time. Fortunately, he crossed paths with other media minds and presto! TUTV programming was revived through the creation of 3E News, a Tufts specific news broadcast. Since then, Jake has moved to the role of treasurer, helping TUTV make budget decisions to promote its content and the growth of its members. Outside of TUTV, you can find him at Theta Chi Fraternity or running out in the miserable cold and snow, training with the Tufts Marathon Team. He can be reached by candygram at your leisure.
Walking through the Activities Fair at the start of freshman year, Jake saw a camera lying on a table and stopped to learn more. The next day, he was at the GIM and became wrapped up in the Music Section, and later took on a leadership role as Music Section Head. His main duties include organizing and running music video related projects. He collaborates with both Tufts bands and other local talent.
Jake is an engineer, and as such knew that he wouldn’t be able to study film while at Tufts. Yet he was determined to devote as much time outside of class to it as he could. Outside of TUTV Jake works as a video producer for Tufts Dining and also serves as the general manager of the student group JumboCast. He thinks that TUTV is full of very invested and interesting people with great ideas, and is excited to continue working on projects with them.
I'm a junior at Tufts who loves hot cocoa, skiing, traveling, and movies! Winter is my favorite season, as I grew up in the icy tundra of upstate New York. I joined TUTV last year, and spent a long time learning how heavy boom poles are and how much of a struggle shot continuity is. I look forward to many awesome projects at TUTV, and bonding with a group who loves movies (almost) just as much as I do!
An inconspicuous college student, Peter, finds himself leading a less-than-quiet life when he inadvertently rooms with a rambunctious ghost, Ray. Ghosthunter, Katie, dredges up old secrets and new romances. Meanwhile, Ray wrestles with his 90’s college glory days--long dead--and former girlfriends-turned-landladies. Peter just wants to go back to being invisible.
Written by: Eli Lloyd, Andy De Leon, and Amy Himebaugh
Directed by: Andy De Leon
The trailer for TUTV's webseries which premiered March 23, 2015.
When Jamie loses her radio slot at WAQR 91.2 to the General Manager's girlfriend, she and her roommate create the perfect plan to steal back the airwaves and broadcast what they want. THUS the OPULENCE THEATRE is born, a weekly noir-themed radio show that broadcasts from a mysterious place on campus and is slowly but surely stealing listeners from the college radio. Will Jamie steal back her radio slot? Will WAQR get the best of her? Who is this hooded figure anyway?
Actors: Christina Moore, Ben Stern, Kira Patterson
Executive Producer: Imogen Browder & Edward Rosini
Writer: Imogen Browder & Edward Rosini
Director: Edward Rosini
Producers: Emma Wold & Jem Wilner
Director of Photography: Orlando Economos
Editor: Ben Taylor
Show Runner: Imogen Browder
The song is meant to describe the dichotomy between Mania and Depression, specifically the day-to-day lives and productivity of those who live with bouts of both and how easily one can be deluded into thinking they’re being productive when really they are “feeding their madness” by giving in.
Written / Performed by: James Roseman | Recorded by: Sandbox Studios
Song Produced by: Ben Stern & Hunter Howard | Story by: Scott DeLisle
Directed by: Danielle Bryant
Cinematography by: Max Ribbans, Jake Hellman, Danielle Bryant
Assistant Director: Phoebe Cavise
Art Director: Jem Wilner
Edited by: Danielle Bryant, Jake Hellman
Performance by: Jem Wilner
Special Thanks To: Ed Bell, Thomas Easton, Daniel Harrigan, Tess Torregrosa, Marc Yarmoff, Tufts University, Experimental College
After years of dreaming about DJ-ing her own radio show, Jamie finally prepares to broadcast on WAQR 91.2 only to watch as her radio debut is swept out from under her.
March 11, 2015
Broadcast television has, for a long time, staunchly held out against the internet revolution, instead choosing to keep its wares off the web for technical and legal reasons. The Average Joe found workarounds to these two hurdles long ago, and thus, in an absurdly simplified manner, the age of internet television was born...
January 12, 2015
Judging by the reactions to Zoe Suggs' and Alfie Deyes' rising stars, vlogs are the end of civilization as we know it and - like Zoella's ghostwritten novel - they certainly don't have any place in literature. But fresh-faced teens and twentysomethings aren't only vlogging about their own lives...
February 11, 2014
Founded in April of 1977 by Andy Liebman (A '78), who went on to direct and edit documentaries for PBS and the Discovery Channel and to found a video collaboration tool called EditShare, Tufts University Television (TUTV) has moved from creating content for a TV station to releasing web series...
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