It is an annual event, but it maintains the thrill of a blockbuster. Celebrities, executives and students gathered in a posh ballroom to celebrate women entertainment executives and mentorship. After … 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 School of Film and Television has announced the complete line-up for its 8th season of The Hollywood Masters, our acclaimed interview series, hosted by Emmy Award-winning journalist Stephen Galloway and … Read more
Legendary Hollywood producer, executive and CEO of the Sherry Lansing Foundation, Sherry Lansing herself, stopped by SFTV for a fascinating and candid Hollywood Masters appearance. The philanthropist and former CEO of Paramount Pictures and … 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
Academy Award-winning director Pedro Almodóvar (All About My Mother, Volver and Talk to Her) was a recent guest on SFTV’s acclaimed interview series, The Hollywood Masters. He spoke to host and executive features editor for The … 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
We’re thrilled to announce the complete line-up of The Hollywood Masters, the school’s acclaimed interview series, which kicked off with Academy Award-winning writer-director-producer Oliver Stone (Platoon, JFK, Born on the Fourth of … Read more
The Hollywood Reporter has released their annual “Top 25 American Film Schools” list, and Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television continues to be ranked among the best programs … 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.
The two-time Academy Award winning actress, writer and political activist stopped by for what turned out to be one of The Hollywood Masters’ best-ever guest appearances.