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Discovering Her Own Way in Film

As she was growing up in China, photography and film always helped Wenli Liu ’17 feel connected to creative industries across the globe: Almost everyone can understand, interact with, and relate to these mediums. That lifelong interest led her to earn a BFA in Photography, Art Administration, and Visual Communication at the School of the

MSLCE Student Learns Creative Development Side of Film

By Priyanshi Katare When Nia d’Emilio started looking for internships this summer she was sure about one thing — she had to be involved in the film and tv production process. A short while into her job search she narrowed her focus to finding jobs within the creative development function of the production process. After

A Move from Filmmaking to Learning the Film Business

Brianna Matthews ’16 always knew she wanted to be involved in filmmaking. Her father was an actor, and she had her sights set on a hands-on, conservatory-style undergraduate program that teaches students how movies are made.   As a film production major at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, she learned the ins and outs

How Cinespace Film Studios is Supporting a Growing Industry in Chicago

by Samantha Sartori  Support. Whether providing resources, aiding financially or bearing some of the weight, every company needs support to be successful. When we think about the creative industries, we often focus on the creative work they’re doing, the art or content that’s being made. But none of that would be possible without the behind-the-scenes

The Los Angeles Immersion Trip Opened My Mind and Expanded my Post-Grad Ambitions

by Thomas Wall On a trip that took us from Steven Spielberg’s private screening room, inside the headquarters for one of the country’s top talent agencies, and backstage during a live taping of Jimmy Kimmel Live, it’s understandably difficult to pick just one or two of the most impactful moments for me. The entire trip

Joshua Baggett Wants to Be a Storyteller

By Miya Williams Fayne Joshua Baggett fell in love with theatre in his freshman year of high school. While studying the play The Death of a Salesman in his acting class, he witnessed the power of storytelling firsthand. “I had never experienced that sort of reaction from a book, or film or TV show,” he

Producers Share Insights, Advice at MSLCE’s Greenlight: Idea to Script to Screen

By Brenna C. Cronin A significant theme in our Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises (MSLCE) coursework this fall is the power of pathways and networks. On Thursday, October 18, our cohort, along with a number of others, attended a Speaker Series event with three titans of the film industry. Each accomplished in their