By the time Nicole Grimes ’21 was headed off to college, her mother, Dr. Jill Grimes, had already made several versions of “medical cheat sheets” on index cards and laminated … Read more
“Caravan,” the installation by Mexican artist Betsabeé Romero, was a collaboration and dialogue between artists, including SFTV professors José Garcia Moreno and David Garden that explored the powerful imagery around … Read more
Animation major Emily Rawson won the individual Grand Prize Undergraduate Research Library Award in May 2019 for her project “The Golem: An Exploration of Lotte Reiniger and German Expressionism,” which included … Read more
The Annie Awards are animation’s highest honor, and long-time LMU instructor Sue Kroyer, along with her husband Bill, received the June Foray Award for their “career-long benevolent, public-spirited influence within the animation community.” The award’s namesake, … Read more
On Monday, November 14th, animators and Disney lovers alike filled Mayer Theater for a sneak peak of Disney’s newest animated film, Moana. Its protagonist of the same name is a … Read more
On September 22, LMU School of Film and Television celebrated a $13 million landmark gift from The Walter Lantz Foundation. The donation is comprised of a recent gift to the … Read more
On September 22, Woody Woodpecker & the Avant-Garde: A Collision of Animation, Art, Avant-Garde Film and Politics opens at the Laband Gallery. Curated by SFTV Chair of Animation Tom Klein, … Read more
As the second day of Fall classes began, Animation students got off to a quick start with a masterclass featuring the animator-director Rita Basulto, joined by cinematographer Sergio Ulloa, a … Read more
In Professor Tom Klein‘s recent op-ed for The Huffington Post, “Docter Who? The Pixar Director You Need To Know,” Klein calls animation director Pete Docter, whose new Pixar film Inside … Read more
The animation student and co-founder of the LMU Cinema Club talks to LogLines about serving as the first-ever U.S. student representative on a special jury at FICG.
What were you doing in Guadalajara? I was offered the chance through the film school to participate as a juror in the Guadalajara International Film Festival (FICG) over ten days in March. Specifically, I was serving on the Mezcal Jury, which is a jury of students, both local and international, that selects the best feature Mexican film from those screened at the festival, including documentary, animation and live action. This award is considered the biggest at the festival, as it honors the festival’s beginnings; this was the 30th edition of FICG, which began less as a festival and more of a celebration of the best of Mexican cinema from the year. So as the festival has grown from its local roots to become internationally recognized, this award maintains its original intent.
The LMU Center for Excellence in Teaching named Adriana Jaroszewicz, assistant professor of animation, one of five Master Teachers. The program acknowledges teachers who excel in inventiveness and effectiveness in … Read more