Little Women captured hearts over the holidays and passed the $100 million mark in worldwide gross Director Greta Gerwig stopped by The Los Angeles Film School on Saturday, January 11, to talk with our students about her latest film, Little Women. Gerwig is nominated for a WGA award and scored
LAFS Screened 1917—Nominated for 10 Academy Awards Including Best Original Screenplay As part of The Los Angeles Film School’s ongoing campus events, we brought the co-writer of 1917 to campus for a special screening and Q&A. 1917 won two Golden Globes for Best Director and Best Picture and is nominated
Brittainy Roberts talks to Entertainment Business students on campus Panel Moderated by Entertainment Business Instructor, Donna Loyd. Watch here. Brittainy grew up in the mountains of Tennessee knowing she wanted to work in entertainment. Acting piqued Brittainy’s interest early on, but she later shifted gears and pursued casting instead. After
Screenwriter Philip Gawthorne’s childhood obsession with Transformers sparked his interest in narrative writing. We brought Modern Life is Rubbish to campus followed by a special Q&A with the screenwriter. Philip Gawthorne shared how he transitioned from playwright to screenwriter and his inspiration behind this charming romantic comedy. To find out
Entertainment Business Presents: Biianco Gabby Bianco, better known under her stage name Biianco, is a rising star in the chill-wave electronic music scene. She’s a one-woman show whose talents range from vocals to instruments to dance. She recently released her single track Rice Crispies. Biianco spoke to our students on
Paradise Hills is Equal Parts Fantasy, Female Empowerment and friendship Spanish film director Alice Waddington screened her debut film, Paradise Hills at LAFS. It’s a dreamy coming-of-age fantasy that exposes the gender norms family and society force onto women. While the set may be cloaked in tulle and femininity, the
Where Does Charo’s Famous Cuchi-Cuchi Catchphrase Come From? María del Rosario Pilar Martínez Molina Baeza, better known as Charo, spoke to students about her career in entertainment. She shared the secrets to building a name for herself through comedy and playing the flamenco guitar. Charo’s bubbly personality landed her reoccurring
Jane Austin shares her stunt performing experiences, building her career in entertainment and working with James Cameron on Avatar 2. Watch on our YouTube channel. Curious about the stunt industry? Visit Jane Austin’s website Hollywood Stuntworks.
Hiroyasu Ishida visited LAFS and delivered this special message We have a TON of fun events on campus every week. Be sure to visit our Events Page to find out more about screenings and director visits like this one!