Executive Producer Lear’s ‘’Live in Front of a Studio Audience” Returns Tonight: The Hollywood Reporter
TV legend and alumni Norman Lear ’44’s “Live in Front of a Studio Audience” third installment returns to ABC tonight with The Facts of Life and Diff’rent Strokes featuring a star-studded cast.
UKW Media and Urbn-TV will offer English-language movies, shorts, documentaries, series, and animated programs for primarily BIPOC audiences with an urban sensibility
Associate professor, journalism graduate program director, and Beatles expert Tim Riley contributed to a variety of media regarding the late November release of filmmaker Peter Jackson’s new documentary on the Beatles’ making of their 1970 album Let It Be.
A panel of entrepreneurs, staff, and faculty provides feedback on students’ individual business ideas.
Visual and Media Arts associate professor, associate chair, and screenwriter Lin was a recent guest on the “Creativity in Captivity” podcast, hosted by Pat Hazell, an original Seinfeld writer. The podcast is a forum for creatives to elaborate on their work
Forbes’ 2021 Under 30 Directory highlights “young innovators on the verge of making it big.”
In order to ensure the continued safety of our community members, we are providing a list of suggestions to consider as you move about the city during this time.
We are happy to share that the College has engaged Charlene Aguilar of Witt/Kieffer to lead the search for Emerson’s next Vice President for Equity & Social Justice.
“The stories that get told about homicide are most often sensational, and most often creating an economy of fear and objectification,” said Professor Eric Gordon.
Demi’s Panic is the first film that Lorena Hernández Leonard, MS ’11 has ever worked on professionally. Now the animated short is making rounds on the festival circuit with buzz … Continue Reading Alum Short About COVID Making Festival Rounds, Eying Academy Awards