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Entertainment Business

Dear Future Students & Graduates of the Entertainment Business Program,

My name is Hal Lieberman and, as the the former President of Production for Universal Pictures, it is with great pride and expectation that I am now overseeing the Entertainment Business Program at The Los Angeles Film School. During my almost twenty years with Universal, I developed, supervised and helped produce such notable films as: Apollo 13, The Nutty Professor, Liar Liar, Fried Green Tomatoes, Death Becomes Her, Reality Bites, Billy Madison and Happy Gilmore, among others.  Currently, as an active producer, the films I've produced include: Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines, The Bridge to Terabithia, House at the End of the Street, U-571, The Jackal, Around the World in Eight Days, Vacancy, and Vacancy 2.  All of these films have accumulated a combined success of ten Oscar® wins and seventeen Oscar® nominations and they represent only part of the journey. Moving forward, my enthusiasm bringing experience and excitement to the students of the Entertainment Business program is stronger than ever, and I anticipate great success from our students as we build out the program in Entertainment Business.

 

Business Of Dreams

Creativity is not just for the arts anymore. Our Entertainment Business program is focused on innovation and unique points of view. Mastering a career path based on decision-making and entrepreneurial leadership is the root of our students’ drive, and the key to their success is in their ability to envision the big picture. They don’t sit around waiting for opportunities — they make them.

Our accredited and career-focused Bachelor of Science Degree program is designed to help you blend your artistic passion with marketable business savvy, so you can sign the bottom line and make dreams happen.

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  • Popular Culture in Media

    Core Class

    The Popular Culture in Media Course examines the role and importance of popular culture, providing a rich background for students to understand the historical and social impact of popular culture. Students are introduced to media milestones in popular culture history, and they explore the influence of popular culture on social trends. Course topics include genre studies, the uses of celebrity, the power of the audience, the effects of new technology and new media, and much more. Students develop a critical approach to analyzing broadcasts, advertisements, films, print, audio recordings, games, and web sites that make up and shape our popular culture.

    3 Credits

    Human Resource Management

    Core Class

    The Human Resource Management Course teaches students the strategic role of human resource management. The objective is to apply knowledge of human behavior, labor relations, and current laws and regulations to a working environment. Topics include employment laws and regulations, diversity in a global economy, total rewards management, and training and development for organizational success.
    3 Credits
  • Venture Capital & Finance

    Core Class

    The Venture Capital and Financing course provides students with essential knowledge to start and finance an entertainment business. Core business concepts, such as obtaining business licenses and insurance, securing business assets, hiring employees, and signing employee agreements and non-disclosures, are covered. Students examine financing avenues, create capital and operating budgets, and explore principles of investing, returns, and risk.
    3 Credits

    International Business

    Core Class

    The International Business Course addresses the complexity and the diversity of business practices in the international business marketplace. A variety of related topics are addressed, including: consumer differences across key international markets; international marketing strategies; economic policies; political and cultural environments and their effect on international business; the impact of geography on business transactions and distribution; and laws, treaties and international labor issues that affect international business.
    3 Credits
  • Digital Marketing

    Core Class

    The Principles of Digital Marketing Course examines the role of marketing in the 21st century. Students explore digital and mobile marketing, discussing the most prevalent types of tools, their purposes and their effectiveness in relation to the entertainment industry. Comparison to traditional marketing tactics and examples of current marketing mixes are addressed. In addition, this course builds student understanding of search engine optimization and social media marketing tools.
    3 Credits

    Artist Management

    Core Class

    The Artist Management course explores the career path of the manager. This position plays a significant role in the music business community and in the career of an artist/ band. Coursework includes the artist-manager relationship, launching an artist’s career, management contracts, and career path management.
    3 Credits
  • Strategic Business Management

    Core Class

    The Strategic Business Management Course presents students with complex, real-world business scenarios related to the entertainment industry. Students analyze the scenarios, assess potential action steps, and develop strategic plans to address the scenarios. Through this process, students evaluate the management, marketing, financial, legal, and ethical decisions that affect real-world business decisions. Students also assess external entrepreneurial opportunities that these scenarios could generate.

    3 Credits

    Event Management

    Core Class

    The Event Management course delivers an examination of the business of event management, including researching the product and company brand, identifying the target audience, creating an event concept, and developing a project management plan. The application of project management tools for successful event planning and management.
    3 Credits
  • Professional Selling

    Core Class

    The Professional Selling Course teaches students the importance of the business development and client relationship management roles in both large and small companies, which are critical to the success of a business. Students learn best practices in a professional sales environment and develop methods to overcome common hurdles in meeting sales objectives. Course topics include building the customer relationship, distinguishing types of sales, the relationship and differences between sales and marketing, and methods of sales forecasting and reporting. Students also learn how to deliver an effective sales presentation and explore the multitude of related career opportunities within the industry.

    3 Credits

    Information Systems & E-Commerce

    Core Class

    The Information Systems and E-Commerce addresses emerging technologies and their impacts on business management within the music entertainment industry. In this course, students explore the proliferation of new technologies and how they are utilized to achieve business goals. Students also learn how to leverage new technologies to reach customers, manage customer relationships, increase revenue and profitability, and optimize their business practices. They learn how to evaluate competing technologies to achieve business goals, and they explore resources that will help them stay current with emerging technologies that can change the industry.
    3 Credits
  • Excel and Data Reporting

    Core Class

    The Excel and Data Reporting Course teaches students to use Microsoft Excel for common business purposes, including analysis and reporting. Course topics include: working with formulas and functions, formatting spreadsheets for effective analysis, creating charts, selecting appropriate chart types, and analyzing entertainment business data. Students identify trends in data and leverage data to convey various business messages.
    3 Credits

    Contract Negotiations

    Core Class

    The Contract Negotiations course revisits and further expands on entertainment law as it relates to the music business industry. Students are introduced to contract to writing strategies as they examine strengths and weaknesses of real world contracts. Students are given the opportunity to learn and practice various negotiating skills and tactics specific to the music business. Finally, the role of lawyers, business managers, and agents in the music business is addressed.
    3 Credits
  • Introduction to Economics

    Core Class

    The Introduction to Economics Course examines the principles of economics that influence decision-makers, both consumers and producers, within the global economic system. Students examine the features of and reasons for different economic systems throughout the world. Supply and demand, fiscal and monetary policies, and international trade benefits and costs are discussed. The course provides a solid understanding of economics and how economics affects the entertainment business industry.

    3 Credits

    Final Project

    Core Class

    In the Final Project course, students will apply and synthesize new ideas based on concepts learned in all prior coursework. Students will identify opportunities in their chosen industry sector, research the target market, analyze current marketplace trends, identify costs and revenue streams, and create a competitive advantage in order to develop a viable business plan and conduct a feasibility study. Students will develop and deliver materials, projections, and a pitch for their proposed business at the end of the course.
    3 Credits
  • Business Project Management

    Core Class

    The Business Project Management Course is a direct study of business management organizational structures through the creation of a project that allows an interactive examination of the principles of organizing, operating, financing, and employing single- and mixed-use projects from the perspectives of a business executive. Students construct strategic plans in the selection and development of sports business initiatives and strengthen their understanding of analytical tools and strategic analysis of the industry. Students also begin developing their individual business proposal for their Final Project course and are challenged to pull together ideas and information from their program of study as they develop their proposal and explore its potential for becoming a viable business.
    3 Credits

    Audience Metrics

    Core Class

    The Audience Metrics Course examines how companies in the entertainment industry use key measurements and data sources to make business decisions. Students assess how audience data is used for content development and media buying. Students also learn how companies collect, analyze, summarize, and interpret real-world data related to media.

    3 Credits
  • Website Design

    Core Class

    In the Website Design Course, students explore interactive website creation as a medium for communications and a form of art. While learning the fundamentals of web design, including a basic understanding of page construction and technical skills, students explore how to use the Internet as a medium for promotion, production, and distribution. Students create outcomes by producing interactive media narrative projects and social media artwork.

    3 Credits

    Entertainment Business Models

    Core Class

    The Entertainment Business Models Course is a detailed study of the various ways that entertainment organizations operate and generate profit from operations. Students analyze traditional and emerging business models in various segments of the industry. Students explore career opportunities based on current and evolving models.

    3 Credits
  • Introduction to Management

    Core Class

    The Introduction to Management Course analyzes the management principles that lead to a successful company, as well as the nature of business decisions. Students learn about creating and maintaining organizational structure within leadership and legal contexts, and further examine human resource principles. The course also contains an introduction to risk management principles and practices, provides different types of risks and the strategies used to minimize them in relation to physical assets, legal liability, employee benefit programs, taxes, and retirement costs.
    3 Credits

    Accounting Principles

    Core Class

    The Accounting Principles course examines the accounting cycle, accounting terminology, the collection of accounting data, the recording of data into the accounting system, and the preparation and interpretation of basic financial statements. This course will focus on introductory accounting as it relates to the entertainment business world.
    3 Credits
  • Introduction to Marketing

    Core Class

    The Introduction to Marketing Course explores general marketing concepts as they relate to the nuances of the entertainment business field. Students construct strategic plans in the selection and development of media products, and are introduced to entertainment licensing concepts and promotional avenues, such as trade shows, trade publications, and the Internet. In addition, this course strengthens students’ understanding of analytical tools and strategic analysis of the entertainment business, knowledge that can facilitate the success of their creative work. Consumer behavior and its effect on the success of entertainment products are also examined.
    3 Credits

    Business Ethics and Social Responsibility

    Core Class

    The Business Ethics and Social Responsibility course affords an examination of the complex, real-world ethical problems associated with the management of a business. Through the study of historical and current case studies, students will debate the responsibilities of managers, broaden their awareness of personal, professional, and business ethics, and address the social responsibility of the entertainment industry.
    3 Credits
  • Principles of Business Finance

    Core Class

    The Principles of Business Finance Course provides students with the skills needed to make financial decisions in a business environment. Students examine the process of financial analysis, financing operations and growth, and the concept of risk versus return. In addition, fundamental financial topics are covered, such as the time value of money, capital budgeting, business valuation, risk management, and personal finance.
    3 Credits

    Business Law

    Core Class

    The Business Law course offers an overview of general business practices, including entity formation, insurance, taxes, accounting, the laws protecting intellectual property in relation to protecting one’s own work and legally incorporating the works of others, and the law and practices of contracts and negotiations. All concepts are explored through legal case studies and applied business projects.
    3 Credits
  • New Media Distribution Channels

    Core Class

    The New Media Distribution Channels course teaches students how to analyze new media distribution channels to determine how to market and deploy their products or services over a multitude of platforms. Students will examine a variety of advanced media components, assess which distribution channels can best help them to accomplish their marketing goals, and then integrate their product/service into those channels, making alterations as needed. The course takes students through the following new media distribution channels: Web 2.0, mobile devices, video games, virtual worlds, web mash-ups, blogs and wikis, email, social media, interactive TV, and podcasting.
    3 Credits

    Intellectual Property

    Core Class

    The Intellectual Property course provides an examination of trade secrets, trademarks, patents, and copyrights in connection with methods of protecting creative works. Students explore acquisition, licensing, sale, and transfer of rights as they relate to music, digital media, animation, interactive entertainment, film, and show production. Rights and issues related to independent contractors and work-for-hire employees are also addressed.
    3 Credits
  • Media Communications and Public Relations

    Core Class

    In the Media Communications and Public Relations Course students will explore the arranging, handling, and evaluating of public relations and media communications programs. The course will convey to students how the effective use of media can strengthen a public relations strategy. Students will work with relevant case histories and deal with contemporary topics using media in public relations.
    3 Credits

    Business and Entrepreneurship

    Core Class

    The Business and Entrepreneurship course delivers an overview of the principles and practical aspects of entrepreneurship as they relate to the entertainment business industry. Students explore the differences between legal entities, such as sole proprietorships, partnerships, corporations, limited liability corporations, and limited partnerships. At the same time, they begin to develop an entrepreneurial state of mind through the study of starting new ventures, acquiring other businesses, and making existing enterprises profitable. Students begin developing their individual business proposal for their Final Project course, and are challenged to pull together ideas and information from their program of study as they develop their proposal and explore its potential for becoming a viable business.
    3 Credits
  • Intro to Business in the Media and Entertainment Industries

    Core Class

    The Introduction to Business in the Media and Entertainment Industries course explores the evolving infrastructures within the industry’s various sectors. Students will examine the innovative business methods that reinforce the importance of monetizing the emotional connections fostered within these creative industries, as well as the industry’s current business trends. Students will also identify the variety of careers available for business professionals in these industries and their respective skill sets, with an eye toward developing the abilities that relate to their chosen fields.

    3 Credits

    Business Storytelling and Brand Development

    Core Class

    This course covers the two main aspects to building a strong presence in the business and consumer market: storytelling and brand development. In this course, students learn how to implement brand development strategies that help companies become icons within their industry. Students also learn how to use storytelling principles to strengthen a business and deliver a superior customer experience.
    3 Credits
  • Strategic Planning

    Core Class

    Strategic Planning is an exploration of marketing concepts as they relate to the nuances of the entertainment business industry. Students construct strategic plans in the selection and development of media products and are introduced to entertainment licensing concepts and promotional avenues such as trade shows, trade publications, and the Internet. In addition, this course strengthens students’ understanding of analytical tools and strategic analysis of the entertainment business industry, knowledge that can facilitate the success of their creative work. Consumer behavior and its effect on the success of entertainment products are also examined.
    3 Credits

    English Composition

    General Education

    The English Composition course is designed to help students refine their own writing processes while developing an in-depth personal and intellectual inquiry into a subject of their choosing. The course connects personal reflection with critical analysis, providing varied opportunities for wiring and for strengthening language skills. As the course unfolds, a series of assignment lead students through a continually deepening creative research process, which then develops into a complex and detailed written project. Offered online for those students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
    3 Credits
  • Aesthetics & Culture

    General Education

    Aesthetics and Culture is designed as a chronological survey of the social organizations, systems of government, intellectual/philosophical traditions, aesthetic assumptions, art and architecture, theatre, music, and literature of a wide array of historical periods and geographical regions. While examining important artists, cultural figures, theorists, critics, genres, and experimental forms, Aesthetics and Culture will attempt to illustrate how fluid cultural values have affected the various manners of artistic conception, creation, and reception. Primary emphasis will be placed upon locating and defining the idiomatic, idiosyncratic scheme of cultural assumptions, socio-political structures, and aesthetic values which characterize the various epochs and regions under consideration; secondary emphasis will be placed upon the manner in which those values have influenced our own tastes, trends, and attitudes.
    3 Credits

    College Mathematics

    General Education

    The College Mathematics course is designed to enable students to build skills and confidence in algebra that are required to succeed in math and core courses. First-time algebra students or those needing a review will begin with basic concepts and build upon these ideas by completing work that uses algebra in practical situations. Offered online for those students with a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
    3 Credits
  • Pathways to Personal and Professional Productivity

    General Education

    This course helps students develop persistence and high achievement skills to establish a foundation upon which to build essential academic skills for enhanced and continued learning. The concept that individuals are responsible for their own actions and can regulate their own behavior and success through goal setting, self-reflection, self-management, and self-evaluation are central to the philosophy for this course. Students are exposed to basic motivation and success theories, values clarification, and philosophic principles. The nuances of professional and technical communication are introduced and students develop critical thinking skills through reading and written exercises. The elements of several popular computer software programs in word processing and presentation design are taught in the context of completing assignments and communicating ideas. The course takes all students from the “thinking only” mentality to putting action to their personal, professional, and academic goals and aspirations.
    3 Credits

    Behavioral Science

    General Education

    The Behavioral Science course introduces students to the psychology of self-evaluation, self-motivation, self-awareness, and self-focus. This course provides an overview on current and historical theory as it pertains to the above-mentioned areas. Students are also introduced to the techniques of time management, organizational skills, active listening, and producing effective presentations.
    3 Credits
  • Leadership and Organizational Behavior

    General Education

    The Leadership and Organizational Behavior Course consists of an inquiry into the characteristics essential for inspiring others to action. Students identify their personal strengths and weakness through self-assessment, expanding their awareness of these qualities to include their effect on other individuals and on group behavior. The course provides strategies for decision-making and building effective teams and encourages students to explore the difficulties, compromises, and rewards of the collaboration process. At the successful conclusion of the Leadership and Organizational Behavior course, students will be able to identify the major leadership strengths and weaknesses, examine personal leadership strengths and weaknesses, and analyze factors that contribute to the success of organizations.
    3 Credits

    Statistical Applications

    General Education

    The Statistical Applications course introduces statistics as a tool for decision-making. The first part of this course reviews how to collect, present, and organize data. It explores measures of central tendency and dispersion and how to calculate them. The course concentrates on representing data visually by creating and interpreting charts and graphs, exploring relationships found in data through correlation analysis, and assigning probability and calculating the likelihood of the occurrence of events. This knowledge is applied in solving problems and making decision based on quantifiable data. By successfully completing Statistical Applications, students will be able to quantify and measure intangibles, collect, organize, analyze, and graphically represent data, calculate probability, and make decisions based on risk analysis.
    3 Credits
  • Professional Writing

    General Education

    The Professional Writing course is designed to introduce students to a variety of factors that contribute to strong and well-organized writing skills. The course provides an opportunity for students to develop and sharpen personal writing skills that will be essential for writing projects throughout the program. Students identify different styles, forms, and purposes of writing that are critical to becoming a successful communicator in a professional setting.Students who successfully complete Professional Writing will be able to organize their thoughts in a logical manner and present their ideas effectively, identify and utilize the appropriate style of writing for a given situation, and efficiently convey concepts.
    3 Credits

    Contemporary Art

    General Education

    The Contemporary Art course provides an in-depth study of key modern artwork. A study of contemporary art's succession of contending and often conflicting ideas, styles, and movements such as pop, minimalism, and conceptualism are examined. The course provides an overview of the impulses, interests, and innovations that have driven the art world from the middle of the 20th century to the present. Students who successfully complete the Contemporary Art course will be able to identify themes and stylistic movements in modern art, employ the language commonly used to describe the works, and demonstrate knowledge of the most significant artists of the period through their work.
    3 Credits
  • Technological Literacy

    General Education

    The Technological Literacy course is an exploration of technological concepts and their impact on individuals, society and human culture. Technology as a human adaptive system and its relationship to sociological and ideological systems is explored. Upon completion of the Technological Literacy course, students will understand the effect of changing technology on society, identify trends and patterns in technological evolution, and assess the potential impact of new technology.
    3 Credits

Total Credits: 120

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  • If you’re coming to Hollywood from outside the United States, you may have countless questions on everything from Visas to local living options to area cuisine. Our ISC and staff are there to help. Take a quiet break, hold an impromptu meeting or Skype someone back home.   

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  • Our Brain Lobby is a gateway to a world of learning and discovery. A light and airy place to take a meeting, relax and eat a snack, check your email using our high speed wifi or watch movies and TV on our giant 12 foot Stewart Filmscreen StarGlass display.  

  • It seems like a pretty simple idea, but we at The Los Angeles Film School believe that movies are meant to be watched in a movie theater. Checking out a DVD in the comfort of your living room is great, but when you’ve just spent a year learning the art of filmmaking, you deserve to see the movie that you’ve created brought to life on the big screen, with amazing sound, and in front of an audience. Experience your films in The Los Angeles Film School’s Theater. It’s a complete theatre-going experience, designed to showcase the best our students have to offer.

    • Screening facility for 35mm & 16mm film, 4K, High Definition and most other video formats
    • 345-seat stadium-style theater
    • 24P 4K Sony R320 High Definition Projection System with an integrated DCP server
    • THX Certified and complete with Dolby Digital SR-D plus Dolby EX surround sound capabilities
  • There’s even a legit theater stage & concert venue on campus. The historic Ivar Theater was the location of Elvis Presley’s film Loving You and Tom Waits recorded his 1970’s Double Live Album “Nighthawks at the Diner” on stage at the Ivar. The Grateful Dead also recorded a live album at the Ivar on February 25, 1966. We’ve recently restored it to a live venue after using it for several years as a film production stage.

  • When you need a break from creative endeavors, kick back in one of our outdoor break areas along famous Sunset Boulevard. Just across the street, the Arclight Cinerama Dome Theater is home to frequent movie and television premieres, offering people-watching and celeb-spotting opportunities along the red carpet lines year round. Our students enjoy an unobstructed bird’s eye view from our expansive, shaded break areas. 

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  • Our school library is a mix of old school and new. More than a mere collection of books and magazines, a library is a refuge for learning—a sanctuary, and a place to sit back with a book, script, CD, or DVD and be transported to another world. Inside our Library, we have computers connected to databases to help you find the answers you need in a hurry. And we also have an analog collection of manuals, textbooks, magazines, and screenplays, so even if digital isn’t your thing, you can find a quiet corner of the room and lose yourself in words, images, and songs.   

  • In the far corner of our Brain Lobby there’s a doorway to the career path of your dreams. It’s the starting point of a facility tour that will capture your imagination. A 32 seat HD screening room that showcases the work of our students and alumni. It’s an image and sound experience that will open your eyes wide and shake your seat.  
     

    • Sony 24p HD Video Projection
    • JBL/Dolby Digital 7.1 surround sound audio system
    • Stewart FilmScreen adjustable aspect ratio high contrast video screen
  • In the film and television world, the production designer works in conjunction with the producers, director, and art department to establish an overall look and style for the project. From sets and locations to costume design,and everything in between, the production designer's job is to breathe aesthetic life into a project.

    In the Production Design Lab at The Los Angeles Film School students are encouraged to play the role of production designer and explore their artistic side. The lab is equipped with 10 drafting tables, an extensive library of art and design books, a conference table, armchairs, and a couch to allow students to create in comfort. It also features an exquisite view of Hollywood and the lush Hollywood Hills., and is the perfect place to design sets for student films.

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We Are The Hollywood Connection

Our location in the center of Hollywood offers our students unparalleled access to entertainment industry professionals who speak with our students and share their insight and experience. Some industry leaders we've hosted are John Gatins, Roman Coppola, David Magee, David O. Russel, Mark Boal, Lucy Alibar, Tony Kushner, Zachary Quinto and Jason Segel.

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    Made In America Event

    Made In America Event

    Students and alumni are invited to MADE LOUNGE LABOR DAY XIV | 8. 30. 2014 PRESENTED BY PROJECT L.A. SOUTH Enjoy Live Performances from some of today's emerging Artist, Food, Drinks, and Access to various attractions blocks away at Jay Z, and Budweiser's "Made In America Festival 14" Read More

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    Event Recap: Animation Smash

    Event Recap: Animation Smash

    Animation Smash 2014 was a tremendous success,  The Animation Smash was a tremendous success, filled with speakers from the animation industry, explosive contests, and an excellent opportunity to learn about the newest advances in computer animation technology. Among the guest speakers at the event were the following. Read More

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    Event Recap: Uforia

    Event Recap: Uforia

    On Saturday, August 16th, The Los Angeles Film School proudly sponsored Uforia, an annual music festival featuring a wide variety of heavy-hitting performers in the heart of Los Angeles. Read More

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    Musicology Was A Hit!

    Musicology Was A Hit!

    On Tuesday, August 19th, The Los Angeles Film School, in association with Brash Republic, produced the first Musicology event, a music panel and Q&A composed of industry titans. Read More

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    Students and Alumni Work at ZBrush Summit

    Students and Alumni Work at ZBrush Summit

    The first ZBrush summit was a massive success! During this event, LAFS students and alumni had the opportunity to meet and work with some of the top artists from some of the largest studios in the world. Read More

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    The Evolution Film Festival is Coming!

    The Evolution Film Festival is Coming!

    The Evolution Film Festival is coming to The Los Angeles Film School on August 27th! Check out the latest films by world-renowned directors, and network with industry titans! To RSVP, Click Here. (Students receive 30% with promo code:  student) Read More

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    Event Recap: Leprechaun: Origins Screening and Q&A

    Event Recap: Leprechaun: Origins Screening and Q&A

    On Wednesday, August 13th, The Los Angeles Film School, in partnership with WWE Studios, presented a screening of Leprechaun: Origins, a horror film directed by Zach Lipovsky. The film centers around students traveling abroad during their summer break. Read More

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    Event Recap: Life After Beth Screening and Q&A

    Event Recap: Life After Beth Screening and Q&A

    On Tuesday, August 12th, The Los Angeles Film School presented a screening of Life After Beth, a "zom-com" directed by Jeff Baena. The film center Read More

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    Event Recap: Mega Summer Hit Screening and Q&A

    Event Recap: Mega Summer Hit Screening and Q&A

    On Monday, August 11th, The Los Angeles Film School presented a screening of Mega Summer Hit, a "dunkumentary," produced by LAFS alum Kyle Newacheck (Workaholics). The film centers around a group of filmmakers as they embark upon an online video contest while shooting a documentary. Read More

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    Event Recap: DCON

    Event Recap: DCON

    On August 7th, 8th and 9th, 2014, The Los Angeles Film School hosted DCON 2014, a music networking event produced in part by Dynamic Producers. Read More

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    The Los Angeles Film School and Brash Republic Presents: Musicology

    The Los Angeles Film School and Brash Republic Presents: Musicology

    August 19, 2014—Hollywood, CA-- The Los Angeles Film School and Brash Republic are pleased to present the first installation of “Musicology,” a monthly series featuring top industry professionals in music, television and film. Read More

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    You're Invited to a Screening of Leprechaun: Origins!

    You're Invited to a Screening of Leprechaun: Origins!

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    Women In Media Breakfast Networking Event

    Women In Media Breakfast Networking Event

    Women in Media will be hosting an upcoming event on August 28th from 9:30am - 12:00pm in the B2 Theatre. The Women in Media Scholarship will be presented at the event, and Women in Media will welcome Heidi Honeycutt, contributor to Fangoria Magazine, and Director of Programming for Etheria Film Festival. Read More

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    DCON by Dynamic Producer

    DCON by Dynamic Producer

    The Los Angeles Film School is proud to present DCON 13 by Dynamic Producer! Last night's event, held at Lucky Strike in Hollywood, was a massive success. The event features music industry panels, live performances, beat battles, A&R sessions and more! The event is free, just bring your student ID with you. Read More

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    The Big Picture: Hitchcock!

    The Big Picture: Hitchcock!

    Sunday, August 31st  7:30pm Hollywood Bowl         TICKETS ON SALE NOW! Read More

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    The Lego Movie Q&A Recap

    The Lego Movie Q&A Recap

    On Thursday, July 31st, The Los Angeles Film School hosted a Q&A with the Co-Director, Associate Producer, Production Designer, Co-Editor, and Cinematographer of The Lego Movie.   Read More

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    Event Recap: Dawn of The Planet of The Apes Screening and Q&A with Matt Reeves

    Event Recap: Dawn of The Planet of The Apes Screening and Q&A with Matt Reeves

    On Wednesday, July 30th, The Los Angeles Film School and Jeff Goldsmith presented a screening of Dawn of The Planet of The Apes, the action drama directed by Matt Reeves (Cloverfield, Let Me In).   Read More

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    LAFS Alumni Night: Contracted Screening and Q&A

    LAFS Alumni Night: Contracted Screening and Q&A

    Join us this Friday, July 18th at 7:00 pm as we continue our Alumni Screening Series with July 2008 Film grad, Eric England’s feature film CONTRACTED. CONTRACTED was released in theaters by IFC Films at the end of Nov. 2013 and debuted in the top 5 on iTunes upon release on VOD. Read More

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  • Music Producer looking for a Recording Engineer to work with.

    August 27th, 2014

    This position is for studio experience and credit only but could lead to payment on future projects for the right person. Producer has artist and studio lined up but needs a good engineer to work with. Qualifications: Must have Pro Tools experience working in a studio environment. Confident and proficient enough to handle recording sessions

  • CONGRATS ON YOUR VMA WIN, FILM GRAD HANNAH LUX DAVIS,!

    August 26th, 2014

    Congratulations to our Film Graduate, Hannah Lux Davis, on her VMA win, "MTV Artist to Watch." She directed the exceptional music video, "Miss Moving On," for Fifth Harmony. We're proud of you! 

  • The Mix Room Seeks Interns

    August 26th, 2014

    THE MIX ROOM, a staple of the tracking scene for all the major music artists/ bands out today are currently looking for interns. Their client list is an impressive discography of hit makers from the last 3 decades!

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