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As a premiere private institution, the school of film and television at LMU relies on the generosity of our alumni, friends, parents and corporate partners to provide the highest level of education in all areas of film, animation, television and digital media. It is because of the generous support of our LMU family that we are able to remain relevant in the ever-changing filmmaking industry.

Each year we increasingly rely on the support of alumni, parents and friends—like you—to offer students the finest programs and services. From panel discussions with some of the most influential leaders in the entertainment industry to a full-service internship program, we strive to maintain an educational environment that enriches the lives of everyone here at the School of Film and Television.

Our Director of Development, Stacy Barnes will be happy to assist you with making a meaningful gift to SFTV. Please contact her to discuss the various giving options.

stacy.barnes@lmu.edu or call at 310-338-5981

SFTV Presents...

The Hollywood Masters: A New Series from LMU School of Film and Television

Award-winning journalist and 2014 Cosgrove Family Distinguished Visiting Artist Stephen Galloway will moderate a series of high-profile master classes, The Hollywood Masters, including such distinguished and Oscar-winning talent as writer-director David ORussell (American Hustle), director Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity), producer and two-time studio chief Sherry Lansing (Fatal Attraction, Forrest Gump) and Walt Disney Studios chairman Alan Horn. Galloway, the executive features editor of The Hollywood Reporter, will moderate the sessions on the LMU campus starting in February, exploring each guest's career with clips and archival material, and inviting student participation.

The series is open to SFTV students only. Seating is limited. For a schedule, visit MyLMU ConnectSFTV – The Hollywood Masters Series.

About Stephen Galloway
Stephen Galloway is executive editor of features for The Hollywood Reporter and a prize-winning journalist who in November was named Entertainment Journalist of the Year at the National Entertainment Journalism Awards.

He has interviewed a who’s who of Hollywood including Steven Spielberg, Denzel Washington, Sean Penn, Brad Pitt and George Clooney.

He created and oversees the Reporter’s acclaimed roundtable series featuring the likes of Clint Eastwood, Peter Jackson, Quentin Tarantino, James Cameron, Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman.

Galloway is a graduate of Cambridge University and the American Film Institute’s Center for Advanced Film & TV Studies. He is also the recipient of a Harkness Fellowship.