In the movie business, persistence pays off. Arnav Jain, a junior production major, had attended LMU Pathways in Entertainment events, hoping to make a connection. Last year his efforts paid … Read more
The Hollywood Masters series of in-depth interviews with luminaries from the film industry hosted by Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television will now be available on Netflix. Hollywood … 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
LMU School of Film and Television has announced season 7 of The Hollywood Masters, the school’s acclaimed interview series, hosted by Emmy Award-winning journalist Stephen Galloway and filmed by students … 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
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.”
The Summer Creative Workshop mentors promising minority high school sophomore and junior students from Los Angeles’ underserved and hard hit middle class communities. Working in teams, students created two animated shorts and two short films from screenplay to final cut.
LACMA’s newest exhibition . . . Is James Bond (opened just this past weekend in the Art of the Americas Building) pays homage to the iconic opening sequences of all twenty-two James Bond films.