VMA faculty and comedy writer Ed Lee spoke with Boston 25 about the entertainment industry writer and actor strikes as the fall TV season gets underway, with far less scripted shows.
The VMA chair talked about racial bias and the future of artificial intelligence with a panel of academics.
For the third straight year, the College is ranked the #6 top film school in America by the industry publication.
Global BFA in Film Art students, the majority beginning the program and spending their first summer in Boston, participated in ABC’s Good Morning America’s “Deals and Steals on Wheels” segment as audience members, live from Quincy Market
Faculty Deion Hawkins writes about examples in U.S. history of medical exploitation of Black Americans.
Emerson’s next Vice President for Institutional Advancement will be Allison Dawson.
We write today to share the sad news that Professor Emeritus Manny Paraschos, who was instrumental in developing the College’s Print Journalism program and was the College’s first Graduate Journalism Program Director, has passed away after a brief illness.
The College is highlighted in MovieMaker’s annual top 25 film schools in the U.S. and Canada list for Outstanding Screenwriting Training.
Marketing Communication affiliated faculty and producer Nerissa Williams Scott provided insight into the SAG-AFTRA strike, nearly three months after the Writers Guild of America began theirs, marking an unprecedented time in the industry.
Visual and Media Arts assistant professor and SAG-AFTRA member Michael Ryan weighed in on the latest strike in the entertainment industry.