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  • John Bickerstaff '14

    Bickerstaff '14 attending Academy Nicholl Fellowship Awards

    Emerson College Los Angeles graduate John Bickerstaff ’14 will attend the Academy Nicholl Fellowship Awards Ceremony in November after his screenplay made it to the quarterfinals in competition.

  • Dinner For One

    Dinner for One in ITV Festival for comedy pilot

    Several Emerson alumni in the New York City comedy sketch group Dinner For One will have a television comedy pilot, Life Sucks, featured at the 10th annual Independent Television and Film Festival (ITV Fest) in Dover, Vermont, September 24–27.

  • Anne Beatts

    Beatts, 'SNL' alum, teaching at Emerson LA

    On September 30, Anne Beatts, a two-time Emmy Award winner who was on the original writing team for Saturday Night Live, begins teaching The Half-Hour Comedy Spec Script, a professional studies course at Emerson College Los Angeles.

  • students at E3 Expo

    Emerson gets top 2015 rankings in US News, Forbes

    Emerson College has once again scored high marks in 2015 as several national publications, including US News and Forbes, release their annual rankings of colleges and universities in a variety of categories.

  • Daniel Gaucher

    Gaucher edits first virtual reality feature film

    Associate Professor Daniel Gaucher is the editor behind what is believed to be the first virtual reality feature film, which is being distributed by Samsung’s virtual reality platform, Milk VR, on September 9.

  • Gabriel Urbonaite

    Urbonaite ’16 gets Princess Grace film grant

    Gabriele Urbonaite ’16 is headed to New York City later this month to accept a monetary award from the Princess Grace Foundation that will be used toward post-production work of her BFA film, Back, which was filmed in Urbonaite’s native Lithuania this summer.

  • Bright Lights 2015-16

    Bright Lights Film Series begins 2015-16 season

    On Tuesday, September 8, Emerson College’s Visual and Media Arts Department kicks off its Bright Lights Series—free film screenings open to the public. This year, the series is using a new rating system to highlight films directed by a woman or person of color; films with a strong female-centric story; social justice films; or comedies.

  • Daniel Beaty

    Students attend Beaty's 'Mr. Joy'

    Nearly 1,000 students attended a performance of Mr. Joy by playwright, actor, and ArtsEmerson Artist-in-Residence Daniel Beaty at the Cutler Majestic Theatre on August 31.

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