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2020 Awards Season is HERE!

On Sunday, January 5, the 77th Golden Globes will be held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Streaming services surpassed traditional film in the number of nominated projects this year. Most notably, Netflix’s Marriage Story and The Irishman received the highest number of Golden Globe nominations.

Congratulations to the eight LAFS alumni who worked on eight productions which earned 20 total Golden Globe nominations this year. Our very own Dr. Michael Peter Bolus, department chair of the Liberal Arts program, was an actor in Dolemite is My Name, which has three nominations.

If you are an alumnus who worked on a production nominated for a 2020 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

BARRY

(3 Nominations)

Josh Bramer

Program ASF 2010
Position Art Department

Rachel Ferrera

Program Film 2007
Position Art Department


Big Little Lies

Big Little Lies

(4 Nominations)

Sophia Ochoa

Program Film 2013
Position Key assistant location manager


Booksmart

Booksmart

(1 Nomination)

Katie Byron

Program Film 2007
Position Production Designer


Harriet the movie

Harriet

(2 Nominations)

Ariana Miller

Program ASCA 2012
Position Compositor


The Lion King

The Lion King

(2 Nominations)

Toy Story 4

Toy Story 4

(1 Nomination)

Danielle Adams

Program Recording Arts 2015
Position Assistant re-recording mixer


The Morning Show

The Morning Show

(3 Nominations)

Jamiel VanOver

Program Film 2010
Position First assistant camera


Unbelievable

Unbelievable

(4 Nominations)

Travis Loren

Program Film 2012 and Entertainment Business 2014
Position Art Department General Foreman


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