One hundred and fifty-two Emersonians gathered to build connections and catch up with friends at An Evening on Sunset on Wednesday, August 28, at Emerson Los Angeles.
The escapist drama Blood & Treasure, created by alumnus Stephen Scaia ’98 and screenwriter Matthew Federman, with writing by Kevin Chesley ’97 and Bryan Shukoff ’97, takes viewers around the world.
Emerson Visual and Media Arts Associate Professor Weiko Lin released his first book, Crazy Screenwriting Secrets: How to Capture a Global Audience on July 1 on Amazon and wherever books are sold.
The Hollywood Reporter’s (THR) new initiative, The Young Executives Fellowship, is turning to Emerson College to help guide and mold an inclusive pipeline for future leaders in the entertainment industry by creating opportunities for underserved students.
The College will test its Emergency Notification System, Emerson Alert, for the Boston and Los Angeles campuses on Friday, June 7, at 12:00 pm ET and 9:00 am PT.
Emerson is working to build a more inclusive entertainment industry through an exciting new partnership with Howard University, the University of Southern California, and The Hollywood Reporter.
More than 120 students, alumni, and industry professionals attended the inaugural 6 in 60: Emerson College Industry Film Showcase at the Ray Kurtzman Theater at Creative Artists Agency (CAA) on April 23.
High school senior Angelina Gamez didn’t think that she could afford to go to prom, but Operation School Bell (OSB) Prom Day, a program of the Assistance League Los Angeles held at and co-sponsored by Emerson College LA, provided her with that opportunity.
Emerson College alumni on the verge of breaking into the writers’ room spoke about their support staff roles, career dos and don’ts, and navigating the industry during a panel on April 6 at Emerson College Los Angeles that nearly 100 students and alumni attended.
Seven Emerson Los Angeles students participated in The Instant Film Festival, an event created by the Motion Picture Television Fund (MPTF), a nonprofit organization that aids people through the financial uncertainties of life in the entertainment industry.