Rehearsals are underway for in-person classes this fall. After a year of fully online courses, the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television has prepared a variety of courses for a hybrid or in-person environment that will allow students to engage in an interactive environment. While the selection of taughtRead More →

The UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television Professional Programs have revealed the winners of its 2021 Feature Film Screenplay, TV Pilot and Actor competitions for the Camera Pitch competitions. Alexandra Hope Mackey won the screenwriting competition for her dramatic comedy The beheaded; Shannon Walsh won the Writing for TelevisionRead More →

The Times Square coronavirus vaccination site serving the Broadway theater industry opened today with an open invitation to city film and television workers. In a press conference this morning, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio expanded the reach of the previously announced Times Square site to include the city’sRead More →

Art and Culture Centers in the Phoenix area are working hard to deliver exciting new art exhibits and performances in the safest way possible despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Theaters, including the Herberger Theater Center, have set up their stages outside. The Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts will hostRead More →

BUDAPEST, Hungary – Thousands of students, professors and supporters of the Hungarian University of Theater and Film Arts formed a human chain between their institution and parliament on Sunday to protest against the measures taken by the government which decrease its autonomy. Those present at the demonstration passed from handRead More →