Film School, Class of '69 by Timothy Wade Huntley
Approx. 64,180 words.
Published on January 19, 2013.
Film School, Class of 69 is a humorous novel about the film school at UCLA. It tells of a brief but pivotal period in the history of cinema, when rebellion flourished and the "establishment" was the source of all evil. The author was a film student who was entirely unaware that the industry was about to change, or that he and his fellow students were about to change it.