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“Photographs” will screen at SXSW!

In Events,Student News on February 9, 2012 by adrianajaroszewicz

Congrats to LMU Alum Directors – C. Manrique and Brendan Clogher; their animated film “Photographs” will screen at SXSW!  The film follows an elderly woman living in an abandoned town who finds a camera, which becomes a means for her to recreate her past life and remember a lost love.




In Events on January 19, 2012 by adrianajaroszewicz


Van Partible: Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood

In Events,Tom Klein on November 7, 2011 by adrianajaroszewicz

October 24,2011

Van Partible brings actress Brenda Vaccaro for “Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood”. Event was moderated by Assistant Professor Tom Klein in LMU’s Mayer Theater.

Van Partible Event


Movie Marathon: Il Cinema Ritrovato: Rediscovered Film, Restored Prints from Cineteca di Bologna

In Events on September 13, 2011 by adrianajaroszewicz

MOVIE MARATHON! Fri, 9/30, Mayer Theater, free; LMU School of Film & TV presents Il Cinema Ritrovato: Rediscovered Film, a day-long screening of restored prints from Cineteca di Bologna. Screenings begin at noon with Antonioni’s Le amiche, followed by De Seta’s Banditi a Orgosolo (2:30 p.m.), Chaplin’s Keystone Shorts (5 p.m.), and Diop-Mambéty’s Touki Bouki, a film called an African Easy Rider, crosses the finish line with a 7:30 p.m. start time.


LMU Presents Money Talks & Art Matters at LA Film Festival

In Events on June 15, 2011 by adrianajaroszewicz Tagged:

Industry Leaders in Conversations about Convergence of Film, Art and Commerce

LMU School of Film and Television is a proud sponsor of “Money Talks & Art Matters,” a series of conversations about the convergence of film, art, and commerce at the LA Film Festival (LAFF) in downtown LA. Industry leaders and independent filmmakers will gather Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19 for valuable discussions about best practices, concerns, and issues affecting our industry today.

“The business of making entertainment is highly complex and much more competitive during these stressful economic times,” said Stephen Ujlaki, dean of the LMU School of Film and Television. “I’m thrilled to be presenting this vital discourse to help artists better navigate the current marketplace.”


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