Best Movies To Watch During Spring Break

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Spend the next week watching these movies instead of going to the beach

Top 50 Film Schools in the U.S.
Thursday November 01, 2018

We’re Honored to be Named One of The Wrap’s Top Film Schools The Los Angeles Film School (LAFS) was listed in The Wrap Magazine’s “Top 50 U.S. Film Schools” for the second year in a row. The Wrap News Inc. is a leading digital-first news organization covering the business of entertainment and media via digital, […]

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The first two films on the list might lead you to believe this is a post dedicated to writer/director Harmony Korine, but we assure it is not. He just happens to make movies that highlight the carefree/alternative lifestyle choices that pair well with this spring break movie list. If you’re skipping the beach this week, we recommend spending your free time watching one (or all) of these films. We’ll see you back on campus for the new term on Monday, April 8!
Spring Breakers

Student Visa For Germany From India
Tuesday February 12, 2019

German universities attract a large number of Indian students. According to the latest enrollment data, India is the third most popular country of origin for international students in Germany. As of 2017/18 Winter Semester, 17,570 Indian students were attending university in Germany, 48% more than three years ago. A common problem that all these students […]

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This movie is wild. We wouldn’t expect anything less from director Harmony Korine as his signature filmmaking style ignores mainstream society in favor of debauchery. Spring Breakers is about four college-aged girls who decide to rob a diner to fund their spring break trip to Florida. Their shenanigans get even more out of control after they link up with a drug-dealing rapper played by James Franco.

The Beach Bum

In Korine’s latest film, the main character, Moondog (Matthew McConaughy), is a poet who lives life on his own terms at the expense of everyone around him. As he stumbles his way through life drunk and high, Moondog somehow manages to come out on top in every outrageous scenario he gets himself into. The Beach Bum didn’t score at the box office on its opening weekend, but McConaughy’s performance is entertaining, to say the least.

Women in Entertainment Panel
Friday March 29, 2019

This is what diversity looks like—at The Los Angeles Film School Did you know that over the 91-year history of the Academy Awards, only one female has won an Oscar for Best Director? If you recall, the Oscar went to Kathryn Bigelow for The Hurt Locker. To add salt to the wound, Bigelow won the […]

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Never Goin’ Back

Never Goin’ Back is filmmaker Augustine Frizzell’s directorial debut. The movie is about two friends, Angela (Maia Mitchell) and Jessie (Camila Morrone), who drop out of high school to pursue waitressing jobs and a more carefree existence. When they decide to take a week off of work for a beach trip, the girls are confronted with the reality of life after they lose all of their money to fund their adventures.

Spring Breakdown

Former SNL comedians Amy Poehler and Rachel Dratch star in the hilarious comedy, Spring Breakdown. The movie follows three adult friends who are hell-bent on making up for missing spring break during their college years. They embark on their first-ever spring break trip to South Padre Island, Texas, and find themselves in disastrous situations.

The Edge of Seventeen

This coming-of-age dramedy follows Nadine (Hailee Steinfeld) as she navigates teenagehood as a high school junior. Discouraged and lonely, Nadine is tired of living in the shadow of her all-star older brother, Darian (Blake Jenner). She feels hopeless until she meets a friend who helps her realize that all is not lost when you’re seventeen, awkward and suicidal.
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