David Wain, Will Forte and More Discuss A Futile And Stupid Gesture Check out our brief recap of our screening of A Futile and Stupid Gesture, and Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith, producer of The Q&A with Jeff Goldsmith. What was your first exposure to National Lampoon? I bought my first
Check out our video from March’s Animation Smash event! Animation Smash – March 2018 from The LA Film School on Vimeo.
LIVESTREAM Q&A: “Here and Now” Cinematographer Quyen Tran LIVESTREAM Q&A: "Here and Now" Cinematographer Quyen Tran from The LA Film School on Vimeo.
The event, hosted by Career Development, featured industry heavy-hitters and a rich networking environment On March 21, 80 current students and recent graduates attended the Career Development Department’s lively and informative Jump Start! The event took place in the B2 Theater. Over 80 attendees heard a panel of 8 employers
Pain Jam, a live paint event, was a tremendous success Paint Jam consisted of four of our students (two recent grads and two current students) working on an 8’ foot wide mural while four outside artists worked on a separate 8’ canvas. LAFS artists did an “Alice in Wonderland” themed
Oscar-Nominated Screenwriters Share Words Of Wisdom On Monday, February 5th, We co-hosted the 11th Annual Oscar-Nominated Screenwriters Panel with Jeff Goldsmith, the producer of The Q&A With Jeff Goldsmith. Immediately before the event, we sat down with four of the panel’s Oscar-Nominated screenwriters. Kumail Nanjiani (Co-writer, The Big Sick), Aaron
Students stopped by to enjoy delicious donuts and network with members of the Career Development team A pop-up donut stand was hosted by the LAFS Career Development Department at both LAFS and LARS on January 24. Over 300 students got a chance to meet the Career Development team while receiving
Adrian Molina and Matthew Aldrich, the filmmakers behind Coco discuss the process of creating an epic animated story with Pixar Coco is the latest film from Pixar, the studio behind cinematic greats such as Toy Story, The Incredibles and Wall-E. Adrian Molina and Matthew Aldrich, who have both worked on
Aaron Sorkin, the writer/director of Molly’s Game, discusses the process of adapting the real-life story of Molly Bloom with Jeff Goldsmith Aaron Sorkin is well-known for his fastidious writing style, quick dialogue, and holding a stellar track record of creating memorable television shows and films. From The West Wing to