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
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
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
Mayank will receive an all-expenses paid trip to Beijing for the June 9, 2013 awards ceremony where he will be presented with $1000 cash. He will also have the opportunity to have his script produced in China during his stay.
Mondays can be a drag, but Monday NIGHTS, well, that’s another story. SFTV’s signature Monday Nights Series gives students and alumni access to advance screenings, Q&A’s and masterclasses with some of the most prestigious professionals working in the industry. During the Spring 2013 semester, we welcomed industry executives including writer/producer Glen Mazzara (The Walking Dead), alum/director Jay Oliva (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns), and just around the corner, LMU alum/writer/director Brian Helgeland will be screening his new film 42.
Now, LogLines gives you a front row seat to Monday Nights as we roll out clips from this past year’s events. Make sure to check our video section where we will regularly post highlights and videos. In the meantime, check out highlights of Jay Oliva’s visit, below.
Director and LMU alum/instructor Jay Oliva screened his two-part animated film Batman: The Dark Knight Returns. Q&A moderated by Chair of Animation José García Moreno.
We all know the high-price that comes with breaking the law. In his short film Counterfeiters, alum Bryce Hirschberg ’12 shows how a gang of kids who get involved in the … Read more
SFTV alum Kahlil Joseph ’03 won the prestigious Short Film Special Jury Award at this year’s Sundance Film Festival for his short film Until the Quiet Comes. Until the Quiet Comes was shot in the Nickerson Gardens housing projects in Watts, Los Angeles, and deals with themes of violence, camaraderie and spirituality through the lens of magical realism. The film features music from the Flying Lotus album of the same name.
The short films Counterfeiters, directed by recent SFTV alum Bryce Hirschberg and 2012 FOF’s Best Picture winning film, and Dreams- A Trayvon Martin Story, directed by SFTV sophomore Isidor ‘Izzy’ Pollak, have been selected as part of KCET’s Annual Fine Cut Student Film Festival. KCET’s annual festival honors filmmakers from eight of LA’s film schools. Fine Cut will air each Thursday over the course of five-weeks beginning January 17, 2013 at 9 p.m. The series airs during KCET’s arts and culture series, Open Call, hosted by Suzanna Guzmán.
Dreams- A Trayvon Martin Story will air on January 24, 2102
Counterfeiters will air February 7, 2013
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 on our annual listing of the 30 under 30 are impatient to change the world. In sum they represent the entrepreneurial, creative and intellectual best of their generation.”
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 over the production of the 23rd James Bond film, Skyfall. Skyfall has grossed $797 million worldwide as of November 28, making it the most successful 007 flick of all time.