A Collection of Stories Celebrating Women’s History Month

Happy Women’s History Month! In honor of the women who have made contributions to the film and entertainment industry, we are resharing empowering stories from alumnae interviews, guest speakers and industry leaders who are all female. We hope their stories inspire all people to advance in their careers and create equal opportunities for all to work and thrive in the entertainment industry.

When Was Women’s History Month First Recognized?

Women’s History Month celebrates the contributions women have made to the United States and recognizes the specific achievements women have made throughout history. The origins of Women’s History Month dates back to the 1980s. Congressional proclamations designated March as the official time period to highlight the vital role of women in American history.

Interviews with L.A. Film School Alumnae

How Hannah Lux Davis got her start in directing music videos

Interview with a post-production audio mixer

Interview with filmmaker Calendonia Hanson

Location manager Paquita Hughes talks to students

Honoring Army veteran Jessica Young

Advice from a female film graduate

Everything you want to know about production design with Katie Byron

Interviews with Female Spotlight Academy Members

Meet the Emmy-nominated dialogue editor behind What We Do in the Shadows

Meet professional photographer and business owner Jessica Sterling

Meet music video director and commercial filmmaker Hannah Lux Davis

Female Industry Leaders at L.A. Film School

TV producer and entrepreneur Evelyn Brito talks to students

Female digital creators from Buzzfeed, React YouTube, and All Def Digital

Director Greta Gerwig visits campus to promote her movie Little Women

FOX’s Vice President of Casting visits L.A. Film School

Jane Austin talks movie stunts and SAG-AFTRA

Electronic music’s one-woman show—Biianco

Charo shares the story behind “Cuchi Cuchi”

Paradise Hills Q&A with Alice Waddington