Named in Variety’s Best Film Schools of 2019

Variety Released its 2019 Entertainment Education Report—and The L.A. Film School Earned a Spot on the List We are honored to be named alongside other prestigious schools and look forward to continuing to help shape the future of the entertainment industry with our talented alumni. This past year has already seen some amazing accomplishments with […]

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What It’s Like To Write For A Network TV Show

We chatted with the writer/creator of “F is For Family” and Co-producer of “The Simpsons,” Michael Price. If you can believe it, The Simpsons has been on Fox Television for 30 years and is the longest-running American sitcom, ever. Fox announced earlier this year that it has renewed the show for another two seasons, which […]

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Going to College in Germany for American Students Guide

Germany is a perfect location to go to college for US students. It won’t only provide you with a world-class education, but it will also account for an unforgettable European adventure. No wonder why around 380,000 international students, including over 6,800 coming from the US are currently attending college in Germany. You have probably the […]

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Earth Day (Ahem, Earth Week)

We’re doing a giveaway! Earth Day 2019 has passed, but we’re extending our earth-friendly efforts all week long. On Monday, we held an Earth Day event on campus to encourage the LAFS community to clean up Hollywood. Thank you to all of those who participated and showed their support for our planet. While there are […]

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The Importance of a Great Reference

Our Career Development team is a great resource, know them and know them well. We’ve all been there. You’re on the cusp of graduation and have begun the job application process. You scan down to the line item on an application asking for references. You squirm. Stress sweat sets in and you ruminate about all […]

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Best Movies To Watch During Spring Break

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

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Women in Entertainment Panel

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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