Mid-May normally marks the kickoff of the prestigious Cannes Film Festival in the French Riviera. Like other festivals, it has moved online this year—but last spring, Paisley Sutton ’20 had … Read more
LMU Playa Vista officially opened its doors last Friday night, Sept. 21, 2018. Almost 150 invited guests mingled as they explored “The Portal,” a showcase of immersive storytelling in virtual … 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.
Every March, creatives of all stripes gather in Austin to witness, inspire, and share the visions that will galvanize the filmmakers and ideas of tomorrow. The SXSW® Film Conference & … Read more
“It was so surprising and exciting to hear that it was selected to screen at Cannes!” said director Kyle Laffey (Production – B.A. ‘14) . “I’m always extremely grateful for the opportunity … Read more
The group’s collaborative chemistry was preordained. Whitmore, Jones and Gibbs have been working on each other’s projects since their days at LMU. “(Jones and Gibbs) were two guys whom I built strong creative relationships with back in college,” said Whitmore. “I met both of them at time when most young artists are still molding their creative ethos, and I think LMU provided the type of open and expressive environment that allowed for that sort of discovery.”
The awards and accolades keep coming for Hayley Foster’s (Animation – B.A. ’13) Yamashita and Brendan Calder’s (Production – B.A. ’14) Learning To Float with the recent announcement of both their films … Read more
Five SFTV students/alumni will be part of the world’s largest youth film festival taking place in Seattle later this month. Now in its eighth year, NFFTY (National Film Festival for … Read more
Recently named the Coolest Short Film Festival by Moviemaker Magazine, the DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition is the largest short film event on the East Coast of the … Read more
Ambulante California is looking for part-time interns with a passion for film curation and programming. Ambulante California is a new arm of Ambulante A.C., the 2005 non-profit organization founded by actors … Read more
Welcome to the Women’s Independent Film Festival! Offering a platform in Los Angeles for the many diverse perspectives of women within the world of independent film, Women’s Independent Film Festival … Read more