LMU’S SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION is on the Hollywood Reporter’s Top 10 list. Above, a student production being shot in front of the green screen on LMU SFTV’s 25 by 46 foot TV stage. Photo by Char Beck

LMU’S SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION is on the Hollywood Reporter’s Top 10 list. Above, a student production being shot in front of the green screen on LMU SFTV’s 25 by 46 foot TV stage. Photo by Char Beck

Loyola Marymount University’s School of Film and Television has cracked the Hollywood Reporter’s list of top 10 film schools in the nation.
Each year, the publication releases its annual review of the top 25 film schools that are shaping the future of cinema, and this year LMU’s was ranked ninth.
“LMU’s School of Film and Television… is all about the internships,” wrote the Hollywood Reporter. “One-third of its students regularly find them, and they’ve worked in 400 companies, including Sony Pictures Entertainment, 20th Century Fox, DreamWorks, Disney and the Sundance Institute.”
The entertainment magazine also mentioned the university’s documentary program and recent million-dollar grant from the Walter Lantz Foundation.
Lantz was the animator who created the cartoon character Woody Woodpecker.
LMU’s animation department made the top 20 in the Animation Career Review’s annual list of great programs.

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