Graduation is just the beginning – when the classes end, the real work begins. It can be intimidating to search for that first opportunity. That’s where our Career Development comes in. As you begin this part of your journey, they’ll give you access to the tools you’ll need to network, find industry job leads, and showcase your skills. They will teach you how to successfully manage a career in the entertainment industry by researching and networking, as well as creating a professional image and staying current with industry practices and trends.
At The Los Angeles Film School, Career Development is more than a department. It’s a lifelong process. Click here to find out more about our career development services.
The Alumni Association
We founded our Alumni Association (LAFSAA) to help you and your fellow alumni network, connect, promote your work, and discover professional opportunities. In addition to ongoing career development, you can take part in exclusive workshops, mixers, screenings, and events made available to all LAFSAA members.
Are you a grad and want a card that gets you into LAFS sponsored events, exclusive screenings and special campus privileges? Email us and ask about our Alumni Card!
Meet some of the Los Angeles Film School Alumni who are currently thriving in their chosen fields.
Recording Arts, Alumni
Ari Levine is a Recording Arts alum who is also a member of The Smeezingtons along with multiple award-winning recording artist Bruno Mars. His work can be heard in over 60 films and television shows.
Film Program, Alumni
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Brandon Trost has made a name for himself in the industry with over 50 cinematographer credits including This is the End, Neighbors and the controversial The Interview. Trost has also received the Sundance Special Jury Award for Cinematography.
Film Program, Alumni
Kevin Otte’s has worked on over 90 paying projects. He currently doubles as the production coordinator for Cesar 911 and the sound mixer/camera operator for a web series. Otte’s even has his own paranormal show in development called Ghost Watch Paranormal.
Neiko Nagy began working at Shade VFX just before graduating and after a few weeks was promoted to a 2D artist. Wolverine, 42, Die Hard, and Behind the Candelabra are just a few of the many projects he has worked on and currently he is a lead compositor on the new Netfilx series Daredevil.
Game Production, Alumni
After one of our campus hosted Game Fairs, Christopher Federici was approached by Jet Morgan Games, Inc. He was hired immediately as a producer and helped to hire several along other LAFS graduates. Federici currently works as a technical coordinator at Riot Games.