Best Music School Four Years in a Row

Billboard Names L.A. Recording School a Top Music Business School of 2020 Billboard Magazine released its Top Music Business Schools of 2020 this month and The Los Angeles Recording School, a division of The L.A. Film School, ranks among the best schools in the country. The Music Production Degree Program is in its seventh year, […]

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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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Top Music Business School 2019

The Los Angeles Recording School, a division of The Los Angeles Film School named in Billboard’s Top Music School list for the third year in a row The L.A. Recording School is featured amongst 20 other music business schools in the March 2019 issue of Billboard Magazine. We are honored to be named as one […]

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LAFS Alumni at SXSW

South by Southwest just wrapped its 9-day festival and we are still celebrating Every year all eyes turn to Austin, Texas, as SXSW takes over the city giving musicians, artists, filmmakers and creatives a chance to showcase their talents. In its more than 30-year run, SXSW has become synonymous with cool and creative. The festival […]

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Alumni Contributions to Oscar-Winning Films

Six LAFS alumni worked on 4 Oscar-winning films at the 91st Academy Awards We are honored to announce the LAFS alumni who were credited on four of the Oscar-winning films including BlacKkKlansman, Black Panther, First Man and If Beale Street Could Talk. Their roles ranged from property master to drone safety technician to supervising art […]

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2019 Oscar-Nominated Songwriters at LAFS

From Left To Right: Diane Warren, Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman Songwriters from three of the five Oscar-Nominated songs spoke at The Los Angeles Film School about their songwriting experiences With less than two weeks until the Oscars, the steady buzz around Hollywood’s biggest night feels palpable. On Tuesday, The Los Angeles Film School welcomed […]

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Hannah Lux Davis Breaks Records

Featured image of Hannah Lux Davis from Create & Cultivate. 2006 LAFS Alumna Hannah Lux Davis directed music videos for GRAMMY®-winning artists Ariana Grande and Kacey Musgraves This year’s Grammys was a night of firsts. In case you missed the televised ceremony, there were many magical moments celebrating the best entertainers in the industry. The […]

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See Our Alumni Credits at the 2019 Grammys

What do Stranger Things, Ariana Grande and the Grammys have in common? The Los Angeles Film School alumni! It’s been quite a year for our alumni. Hannah Lux Davis (Film 2006) broke YouTube’s record for most views in 24 hours with Ariana Grande’s Thank U, Next video. Andres Borda (Recording Arts 2010) won a Latin […]

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