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 Monday, September 28, SFTV Professor Susan Scheibler moderated as legendary Chinese action director and martial arts choreographer Woo-Ping Yuen was welcomed onto Mayer Theater’s stage with a standing ovation for Monday … Read more
SFTV’s Monday Nights Series kicks off August 31st in Mayer Theater with a screening of We Come as Friends followed by a Q&A with Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker Hubert Sauper. We … Read more
Alum Charles Dewey, who currently works at Burns’ production house Florentine Films, sat down with the documentary filmmaker to discuss his process of screening rough cuts. Join us at Mayer Theater on March 18 when Burns will be interviewed for The Hollywood Masters!
Winner of the 2014 Sundance Film Festival’s Special Jury Award for Breakthrough Talent, Dear White People is a sly, provocative satire of race relations in the age of Obama. On … Read more
Alumna Effie Brown (Film and Television BA ’93) discusses the process of making a film and how LMU prepared her to be a producer.
Take a look back at some of the highlights of last year’s Monday Nights Series, which included guests Mason Novick, producer, Bad Words; Andre and Maria Jacquemetton, producers, Mad Men … Read more
Check out the compilation video of some of our favorite Monday Nights moments. From alum writer/director Brian Helgeland bringing an advance screening of his blockbuster movie 42 (and discussing his … Read more
Director Tanya Hamilton visited the LMU campus for a screening and discussion of her film Night Catches Us. Moderated by film/music critic Ernest Hardy.
Director/producer/writer David Chase visited the LMU campus for an advance screening of his music driven, coming of age story set in the 1960’s Not Fade Away. Moderated by Professor Karol Hoeffner.
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.