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LMU SFTV alum and current part-time faculty member, Tom Leach, has been named one of Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30. Forbes says of their annual list: “The young disruptors, innovators and entrepreneurs […]

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This past month, LMU’s Department of Theatre Arts and Dance presented their 6th annual production of Stages of AIDS, a theatre play honoring World AIDS Day. This year’s performance fundraiser involved a […]

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Producer and LMU alum Barbara Broccoli made The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment: Power 100 list- the issue hit stands December 5th. It’s been a big year for London-based Broccoli, who presided […]

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In honor of U.N.’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2012 (December 3), SFTV Professor Gregory Ruzzin wrote an op-ed, The Disability Known as Ignorance Is 100 Percent Curable, for TakePart, the […]

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42: The True Story of an American Legend is currently in post-production and will be released on April 12, 2013. Written and directed by award-winning LMU alumnus Brian Helgeland ‘87, 42 tells […]

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RECA Alum Alex Levy ’03 was credited with creating an innovative workflow for music editing at Bad Robot Productions in a recent issue of CineMontage, the journal of the Motion Pictures Editors […]

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Professor Marilyn Beker’s new book, The Screenwriting Activist: Writing Social Issue Movies, was published by Routledge in July. A must read for those interested in telling visual stories that motivate citizens towards […]

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Sarah Nicole Jones ’09 is currently a staff writer on the new A&E hit series, Longmire. Renewed for a second season, Sarah is credited as a writer on two episodes in the […]

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Assistant Professor Mikael Kreuzriegler, with Pete Soto, SFTV’s Production Tech–Camera Department, and a crew of 24 students shot a feature film, Shoot That Rat!, on the SFTV Sound Stage in break neck […]

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Part-time faculty Ray Greene premiered his feature documentary Vampira and Me at the 2012 Los Angeles Film Festival, where it which was nominated for Best Documentary.

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