Congratulations to the 17 LAFS alumni who worked on 9 productions nominated for 18 Golden Globes

The 2019 Golden Globe nominations were announced today at the swanky Beverly Hills Hotel. As you may have discerned from the title of this post, 17 of our talented film and recording alumni worked on nominated productions for this year’s Golden Globes. Some highlights include film alumnus Brandon Trost who was the Director of Photography for the pilot episode of the HBO series Barry, and the feature film Can You Ever Forgive Me? starring Melissa McCarthy. Recording Arts alumnus Derek Cooper worked in the Editing Department for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, which picked up three nominations including Best TV Series. We’re proud of our talented alumni and feel honored to share them with the LAFS community. Below are just some of the alumni making strides in film, TV, music, audio and entertainment business. Congratulations on your success in the entertainment industry!

The 76th Golden Globe Awards air on Sunday, January 6, on NBC. Andy Samberg from the popular show Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Grey’s Anatomy star, Sandra Oh, will host this year’s show. If you are an alumnus of The Los Angeles Film School who worked on a production nominated for a Golden Globe Award, please email us at social@lafilm.edu. We’d love to include you on our growing list!

Our Alumni Work and Nominations

Barry

Can You Ever Forgive Me

Brandon Trost

Program Film 2000
Position Director of Photography

Barry Nominated For Best: Comedy or Musical Series, Performance by an Actor in a Comedy Series, Supporting Actor in a Series
Can You Ever Forgive Me? Nominated For Best: Performance by an Actress in a Drama Motion Picture


Outlander

Michelle Mason

Program Film 2007
Position Associate Producer and Production Manager

Outlander Nominated For Best: Performance by an Actress in a TV Drama


Blackkklansman

Alec Nickel

Program Associate Film
Position Camera Department

BlackkKlansman Nominated For Best: Performance by an Actor in a Drama Motion Picture, Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture, Motion Picture (Drama), Director of a Motion Picture


Austin Harris

Program Associate Film 2011
Position Aerial Camera Operator

Cody Troxell

Program Film 2009
Position Crew

Salvador Christian

Program Associate Computer Animation 2014
Position Crew

Black Panther Nominated For Best: Motion Picture (Drama), Original Song for Kendrick Lamar’s “All The Stars” and Original Score


Ozark

Robert Pedroza

Program Recording Arts 2013
Position Lighting Technician

Ozark Nominated For Best: Performance by an Actor in a TV Drama


The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Derek Cooper

Program Recording Arts 2012
Position Editorial Department

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Nominated For Best: TV Series Musical or Comedy, Performance by an Actress, Performance by a Supporting Actress


GLOW

Jamiel VanOver

Program Associate Film 2010
Position Assistant Camera

Ruddy Salazar

Program Entertainment Business 2014
Position Production Assistant

Garrett Williams

Program Film 2008
Position Lighting Technician

Samantha Villegas

Program Associate Film 2012
Position Art Department

Glow Nominated For Best: Performance by an Actress in a TV Series


West World

Mark Famey

Program Associate Film 2009
Position Set Lighting Technician

Dave McGrory

Program Film 2003
Position Rigging Best Boy

Adam Mull

Program Film 2005
Position Modelmaker, Set Designer

Michael RutKowski

Program Associate Film 2009
Position Production Assistant

Ruddy Salazar

Program Entertainment Business 2014
Position Production Assistant

WestWorld Nominated For Best: Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role

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