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Love Simon

10 LGBTQ+ Movies (from the 2010s) to Watch

June is the official month of Pride for the LGBTQ+ community, and we’re streaming these contemporary LGBTQ+ themed films all month long. But honestly, we suggest watching these films, again and again, any time of year. We chose films from the 2010s for easy access to streaming, but there are countless essential classics to watch if you can find them. Stay cool this summer and let’s dive into our top 10 LGBTQ+ f
LA Film Student Clubs

Student life at The L.A. Film School

The L.A. Film School Student Clubs encourage community collaboration, camaraderie, and connection beyond specific classes and programs, for both on campus and online students. L.A. Film School clubs are driven by students and guided by staff, and are open for membership to students from all degree programs.​​​​​​​
Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Resources for College Students

Students today have more stressors with rigorous academic schedules, full-time job requirements and the personal obligations of day-to-day life. This can often lead to burnout and take a toll on a student’s overall well-being. At The…
Oscar Trivia

10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About The Oscars

As a film school, we always get excited during this time of year to celebrate filmmaking and the creative minds behind every production. Winning an Oscar is considered the ultimate recognition of honor in film and entertainment. As we inch closer to Oscar Sunday, we are sharing 10 things you probably didn’t know about the #Oscars.
Animation Online

Q&A with Our Online Animation Degree Program Director

The online animation degree is a sought-after program at The Los Angeles Film School due to its remote flexibility and in-depth course offerings. Our online program director Kenneth Norman recently did a Q&A with Animation Magazine about the online animation degree. If you are interested in learning more about the animation programs, follow this link to keep reading.
female filmmakers at LAFS

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.
Rams Super Bowl

L.A. Film School Represents at Sunday’s Big Game

Several of our very own alumni and an instructor separately contributed to Super Bowl commercials for Jeep®, T-Mobile and Expedia. We are proud of those who represented The L.A. Film School community and played an important part in making this year's game the most entertaining one yet.
Melvin Van Peebles

The History of Black Filmmakers Who Changed Hollywood

Some would argue that the 2010s was the banner decade for Black filmmaking, but the real foundation happened long before then. There were many influential Black artists throughout the 21st Century who paved the way for people like Jordan Peele and Steve McQueen to excel as filmmakers. As we've become familiar with the last decade of Black filmmakers, it's vital to take a look back in film history at the Black storytellers who started it all.

A Day of Service in Honor of Dr. King

As we reflect on Martin Luther King Jr.’s work as an activist, we encourage all of you reading this to spend MLK Day serving your own communities. Here at The Los Angeles Film School, we observe MLK Day as an official day off for students, staff and faculty. This is your time for reflection and service. If you are able to lend your time to the community, here are great service organizations to devote time to this MLK Day.