Roll out the red carpet…the nominations are in! After an industry jury reviewed over 100 films and nearly 30 scripts, the 2013 Film Outside the Frame jury has announced the … Read more
Every day is different–no record or job is ever the same. There are always new challenges and experiences, and I am constantly learning. Even as I sit in New York answering these questions, I realize what a thrill it is to have different opportunities across the country to do my craft.
Participant Media has chosen two student-written and produced PSAs to include in their social action campaign for the documentary, A Place at the Table. The two scripts, Hunger Has Many … Read more
Each year, The Hollywood Reporter releases its annual review of the top 25 film schools that are shaping the future of cinema, and this year, LMU School of Film and Television … Read more
Congratulations to the LMU alums whose work received Emmy® nominations this morning! James Wong (SFTV ’83) Co-Executive Producer for American Horror Story, nominated for Outstanding Miniseries or Movie Tim Chilton (SFTV ’88) Foley … Read more
It’s that time of year again. Submissions are now closed for the 2013 Film Outside the Frame student awards and film festival, and the judging process is under way. As … Read more
Earlier this month, thousands of people flocked to downtown L.A. for the Los Angeles Film Festival, the annual cinematic event hosted by Film Independent. This year, the School of Film … Read more
French filmmaker Robert Bresson once said, “Make visible, what without you, might perhaps never have been seen.” SFTV Professor John Stewart encouraged his students to honor these words, even including Bresson’s quote at the top of his class syllabus. After nearly a quarter century of inspiring students and the LMU community, Professor John Stewart has retired from the University. He will be missed.
Emmy award-winning writer and producer Emily Spivey (Screenwriting – M.F.A. ’96) has inked a two-year contract with ABC’s multiple Emmy-winning show, Modern Family. Executive producer Danny Zuker announced the news … Read more
Professor Gregory Ruzzin’s film LOST CHILD? is a heartfelt journey that documents his relationship with his younger sister Alyssa, who struggles with epilepsy and a developmental disability. The film, which was an … Read more
Director Tanya Hamilton visited the LMU campus for a screening and discussion of her film Night Catches Us. Moderated by film/music critic Ernest Hardy.