Career Development Presents | ARwall: LED Walls in Filmmaking

Career Development Presents | Arwall: LED Walls in Filmmaking

ARwall is on the cusp of creating a whole new world with LED Walls and the Unreal Engine. Brought to you by Career Development, this event discussion includes the innovative approach to productions for The Jim Henson Company, NBC Universal and more, as well as how ARwall created its own technology for use across the board from indie projects to big-scale corporate productions. You won’t want to miss this enlightening talk! 

 

Career Development Presents | Careers in Television with Nathan Varni

Career Development Presents | Careers in Television with Nathan Varni

Do you want to pursue a career in television? LAFS Career Development is thrilled to invite you to watch an exclusive virtual chat with Nathan Varni, Executive Director of Current Programming at Disney ABC Television. An entertainment industry veteran executive whose credits include Grey’s Anatomy, Station 19, and The Connors, to name a few, Nathan will be sharing his experiences and answering your questions about breaking into the exciting world of television.

 

Career Development Presents | Distro Kid Webinar

Career Development Presents | DistroKid Webinar

Check out Career Development’s exclusive webinar event featuring DistroKid!  Learn how to distribute your music worldwide to all streaming platforms, such as Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, and much more. Don’t miss this chance to learn how to get discovered all over the world!

Women In The Art Department Webinar

Women In The Art Department Webinar

Calling all artists and designers! We’ve assembled an all-star panel of professionals in the art department hosted by Production Designer and LAFS Instructor, Barbara Dunphy. Learn about the various roles within the art department and how these incredible ladies got their starts at The Los Angeles Film School! You won’t want to miss it! Featuring: Katie Byron–Production Designer (Book Smart, C’mon C’mon, Zola) Lane Cheek–Set Design, Art Coordinator, and Assistant Prop Master (Modern Family, The Vampire Diaries, The Bachelor) Brittany Hites–Art Director (Shazam! Fury of the Gods, Dear Evan Hansen, The Suicide Squad)

Making Beats on a Budget (w/ Better Youth)

How To Produce Your Student Film Under The SAG/AFTRA Micro Budget Agreement

Did you know that the iconic Lil Jon song, “Some Cut” used a squeaky chair to create the most memorable part of the beat? How about that Timbaland’s famous baby sound effect in “Are You That Somebody” almost didn’t happen? Also, LARS Alumni Ari Levine used egg crates and packing bubbles to create some of Bruno Mars’ biggest hits. In this interactive conversation, we chat with music producers and executives on how to utilize budget friendly, everyday household items, to use in your songs. Panelists: Vanessa Spinetti (LAFS Alumni & Sound Designer) Ruben Garcia (BY alumni and Guitarist) Jason Griffin (formerly of Apple Music and Producer of Live Events)

Herb Trawick, Creator, Executive Producer  

How To Produce Your Student Film Under The SAG/AFTRA Micro Budget Agreement

How To Produce Your Student Film Under The SAG/AFTRA Micro Budget Agreement

The Los Angeles Film School along with the Screen Actors Guild present:
“How to produce your student film under the SAG/AFTRA Micro Budget Agreement”

Introduction by Donna Loyd, Liberal Arts Instructor & SAGAFTRA member. In this workshop students will learn how to produce a student film under the SAGAFTRA Micro budget. This will help the indie producers working with extremely limited budgets. A truly viable, informative workshop encompassing all aspects of production considerations including but not limited to: Qualifications for Student Film and Micro Budget Agreement, SAG-AFTRA Signatory Process, Use of Minors, Use of Animals, Use of Stunts, Nudity & More

Career Development Presents | Entertainment Partners Hiring Event

Career Development Presents | Entertainment Partners Hiring Event

Los Angeles Film School is thrilled to partner once again with one of Hollywood’s largest employers – Entertainment Partners! Join us on Zoom on April 7th at 11am PT and connect directly with Talent Acquisition and Hiring Executives from Entertainment Partners! Learn about current opportunities, participate in a live Q&A session, and learn how you can GET HIRED! Don’t miss this LAFS exclusive! Register now for the ENTERTAINMENT PARTNERS VIRTUAL HIRING EVENT!

Powerhouse Ladies in Entertainment & Tech

Powerhouse Ladies in Entertainment & Tech

Join us for a panel discussion where we shine a spotlight on, and celebrate the hurdles and successes of, women in Entertainment & Tech. The panelists will also offer advice to students who are exploring careers in these creative spaces!

Panelists Include:

Robin Mayemura, Skydance VP of Corporate & Interactive Talent Acquisition

Magali Lamourelle, Amazon Sr. Product Manager | XCM Engagement Marketing

Breyon Johnson, Better Youth Grad Skydance Animation + Live Action Intern

Peer Engagement Specialist, Student Advising Department

Peer Engagement Specialist, Student Advising Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Peer Engagement Specialist, Student Advising Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Yacine Ndao
April Hong

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

Student Advising

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

Extra-curricular activities support

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

• Assist with planning and execution of Student Advising activities (The Critical Thinkers Society, Multicultural Celebration, etc.)
• Create fun and educational activities in line with Student Advising’s mission.
• Act as an informed resource for all students regarding matters related to extra-curricular activities.
• Collaborate with staff, faculty, and students when required
• Attend all events hosted by Student Advising
• Assist with administrative duties associated with event planning and organizing program materials

General qualifications for the position:

• Completion of at least 4 terms in one of our degree programs
• Excellent communication, organization, and leadership skills
• Demonstrated record of reliability, creativity, and leadership
• Capacity to lead discussions, team activities, and effectively interact with diverse populations
• Maintain a GPA of 2.5, remain in good standing, and have a clear judicial history.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Yacine Ndao at yndao@lafilm.edu.

Education Director Work Study, Education Department

Education Director Work Study, Education Department

Job Description

Applicants must be a full time LAFS student with a GPA of 2.0 or higher. 

Name of Position:

Education Director Work Study, Education Department

Name of Supervisor(s):

Jackie Otero
Charles Kanganis

Location where the student will perform his/her duties:

B2 6th floor
Remote

Purpose or role of the position within the organization:

To assist the ground and online education directors and their team.

Duties and responsibilities associated with the position and how they relate to the purpose or role:

Create excels, word docs, powerpoints. take notes, review LMS and test assignments, check-in students just to name a few.

General qualifications for the position:

Computer skills, personable, friendly, positive, nurturing, willingness to learn, take direction, work independently under supervision.

Before applying, you must first fill out the FWS APPLICATION to see if you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program. Please fill this form out before you apply to this position.
Once you are eligible to work through the Federal Work-Study program, please click on the APPLY NOW button below to directly email the Supervisor with the subject line of the JOB POSITION TITLE and your attached RESUME.

Please send your Emails and Resumes to Charles Kanganis at ckanganis@lafilm.edu.