We’re Celebrating The L.A. Film School Alumni Who Contributed Their Talents to Golden Globe Nominated Productions
It’s a new year and we’re rolling right into awards season with the Golden Globes on Sunday, January 9. Congrats to the 13 alumni who worked on 11 nominated productions. Although this year’s award ceremony will not be televised or have an audience, we will be cheering on The L.A. Film School alumni network represented at the 79th annual Golden Globes.
Alumnus Andrés Borda Zabala
Position: Song recording engineer: Colombia My Charm, Antonio’s Voice
Andrés Borda Zabala is a Spotlight Academy member Class of 2019.
Encanto is nominated for three Golden Globes.
Alumnus Jason Beale
Position: Post-production Executive
Dune is nominated for three Golden Globes.
Alumnus Eddie Appodaca
Position: B Dolly Grip
Alumnus Randy Garcia
Position: Key Grip
Alumnus Jacoby Richardson
Position: Assistant Editor
Alumnus Jamiel VanOver
Position: Assistant Camera
Hacks is nominated for three Golden Globes.
Alumnus Alec Nickel
Position: B-camera, Second Assistant
Halston is nominated for one Golden Globe award.
Alumna Carley Steichen
Position: Camera Production Assistant
In Treatment is nominated for one Golden Globe award.
Alum Dana Morris
Position: B-camera Operator/Steadicam
King Richard is nominated for four Golden Globes.
Mare of Easttown
Alumnus Jordan Wilby
Position: Sound Effects Editor
Jordan Wilby is a member of the Spotlight Academy Class of 2019.
Mare of Easttown is nominated for two Golden Globes.
No Time To Die
Alumnus Kevin Monge
Position: Photogrammetry 3D Scan Artist (Gentle Giant Studios)
No Time To Die is nominated for one Golden Globe award.
Alumnus Joseph A Krembuszewski
Position: Visual Effects
Pose is nominated for 3 Golden Globes.
Alumnus Michael Streeter
Position: Dailies Editor
Ted Lasso is nominated for four Golden Globes.
Alumnus Kevin Monge
Position: VFX Production Supervisor
WandaVision is nominated for two Golden Globes.