Screen International has picked out four NFTS graduates in its yearly list of hottest new talent - Stars of Tomorrow. Directors Mahalia Belo and Jamie Stone, Composer Stuart Earl, and Cinematographer Annemarie Lean-Vercoe all caught the eye of the Industry magazine and it's hard not to see why. Mahalia Belo was an award-winning filmmaker even before she joined the NFTS, and since graduating has seen her 2012 NFTS film 'Volume' get enough interest for her to develop it into a feature film. Jamie Stone's 2012 NFTS graduation film Skyborn was shortlisted for a Student Oscar, and equally has seen enough interest in it that he is now progressing with expanding it to a full-length feature. Stuart Earl on the 2009 Edinburgh Trailblazer Award and has had films he composed for shown at Cannes and Edinburgh Festivals, and seen those films win awards in the UK and abroad. Annemarie Lean-Vercoe graduated in 2003 and has gone on to work on a number of documentaries, dramas, comedies, music videos and commercials, including the promos for Coldplay's latest album Mylo Xyloto. Her latest DoP project is on the feature film 'The Girl In the Corn', directed by Laura Smith, having already worked with the director on 'Wreckers'. We are delighted that Screen International have chosen to highlight our graduates as Stars of Tomorrow. To read the full article on their site click here.