In a recent two-part series of articles for Written By, the Writers Guild of America West‘s magazine, SFTV clinical associate professor of screenwriting Paul Chitlik highlighted the persistent challenges faced … Read more
It was a lack of good acting roles that inspired film and TV production professor Skinner Myers to begin writing films with characters he wanted to play. Another influence: Seeing … Read more
Wake Up, a documentary about suicide prevention directed by Nate Townsend ’15 and produced by Chelsea Bo ’14 and Sean Drummond ’14, will have its premiere at YouTube’s WE ARE … Read more
The Emerging Talent Lab is an exclusive partnership between LMU SFTV and Village Roadshow Entertainment Group to offer a 3-month Lab. The Emerging Talent Lab is a program designed to … Read more
Denver and Delilah is a production company headed by an A-list actor currently seeking development interns for the summer. They are in post-production on a film and have a deal … Read more
By Elizabeth Quinn Today’s featured panel is a discussion with Jenji Kohan (Weeds, Orange is the New Black) and Callie Khouri (Thelma & Louise, Nashville). While the panel was titled … Read more
New Regency Productions (Daredevil, Fight Club) is currently seeking enthusiastic and ambitious college students to intern in the fast-paced story department and see the process of feature film development. Interns must … Read more
SFTV Students! It’s time to submit your film, screenplay or teleplay to SFTV’s 2013 Film Outside the Frame Film Festival!
Entry forms must be submitted online. Please read and follow the directions carefully and pay special attention to eligibility rules and required entry materials, as there have been changes since last year. You must submit your film or screenplay to be considered for juried awards.
We look forward to receiving your submission!
FINAL DEADLINE: 4 P.M. on MAY 31, 2013
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.
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.
In honor of U.N.’s International Day of Persons with Disabilities 2012 (December 3), SFTV Professor Gregory Ruzzin wrote an op-ed, The Disability Known as Ignorance Is 100 Percent Curable, for TakePart, the digital version of Participant Media. He discusses his relationship with his younger sister Alyssa, who is challenged by a developmental disability and epilepsy, and what he learned from her while making a documentary with and about her, Lost Child?