LMU School of Film and Television is partnering with Cineteca di Bologna, one of Europe’s most renowned archives for film restoration and preservation, for their fourth annual Il Cinema Ritrovato … Read more
Loyola Marymount University surprised three local high school girls in The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Mentorship Program each with the LMU/Women in Entertainment scholarship, a full ride, four-year scholarship … 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
Digital entertainment studio Legion of Creatives (LOC) has named LMU School of Film and Television (LMU SFTV) alumna Isis Grills the first-ever recipient of their student digital development deal for … Read more
From June 25 to July 2, 2016, I had the pleasure of attending a wonderful film festival in Bologna, Italy: Il Cinema Ritrovato. As part of being named SFTV Scholar … Read more
SFTV is proud to welcome 18 members into its fifth cohort of the Incubator Lab. Co-curated with Film Independent, the Incubator Lab is a competitive post-graduate program that provides recent alums with … Read more
This past month, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Los Angeles (BBBSLA) honored LMU with the “Innovator Award,” recognizing the University for its commitment to providing full-ride scholarships to high … Read more
The Cineteca di Bologna, one of Europe’s most renowned archives for film restoration and preservation, and the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University present Il Cinema Ritrovato, … Read more
“I honestly didn’t think I’d be able to go to college,” said high school senior Larissa Ramirez as she tearfully accepted a full-ride, four year scholarship to Loyola Marymount University at The Hollywood Reporter’s 24th Annual Power 100 Breakfast. The scholarship was awarded as part of THR’s Women In Entertainment Mentorship Program, a competitive joint venture with the national non-profit Big Brothers Big Sisters that pairs inner-city schoolgirls with top-level women in the entertainment business.
It’s that time of year when The Hollywood Reporter releases its annual review of the top 25 film schools that are shaping the future of cinema. This year, LMU School … Read more
In town to attend PBS’ Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour panel, Burns presented a sneak preview of highlights from his latest documentary, The Roosevelts: An Intimate History, set to air on PBS this fall. Following the presentation, Stephen Ujlaki, Dean of the LMU School of Film and Television, moderated a discussion with Burns and the screenwriter Geoffrey C. Ward.