Comedy and documentary television projects produced by California State University, Northridge students will be central elements of the Los Angeles Regional 4th of July live televised celebration.
In its ninth year, the daylong broadcast on KVMD-TV highlights activities and other projects, including the Firecracker Film Festival, that underscore the national values celebrated on July 4. The show is available on all cable systems as well as Verizon FiOS, AT&T Uverse, DirecTV and Dish Network. It also will be streamed on the Web at www.laregional4th.com. Read more
The idea had been floating around in Robert Taylor’s head for a while—the improbable, true story of a socially awkward 61-year-old farmer who beat professional athletes half his age in Australia’s 1983 ultramarathon.
Taylor, then an undergraduate studying screenwriting at California State University, Northridge, decided to develop the story as part of a class project. That was four years ago. Read more
Caitlin (Katie) Sheil, a 2012 Cinema and Television Arts (Film Production Option- Sound Skill Level) grad, was awarded a Motion Picture Sound Editors Golden Reel Award at the 60th annual awards gala. She won for Best Sound Editing: Long Form Sound Effects and Foley in Television for The Weinstein Company production SEAL TEAM SIX: THE RAID ON OSAMA BIN LADEN. Read more
CSUN Grad Student Juggles Classes, Writing for TV and Winning an Emmy. Read more
Senior Film Project "En Tiempo De Guerra" Is Finalist in British Academy Student Film Awards Read more
MTV viewers overwhelmingly selected a music video produced by CTVA alumnus Brandon Bonfiglio as their favorite Read more
2010 senior film project "Misdirection" has recently won "Best Student Film" in the Emerging Filmmaker Showcase. Read more
M.A. Screenwriting graduate George Pappy's feature film, FEW OPTIONS, which he wrote and directed, has been distributed by Curb Entertainment and has been airing regularly on Showtime Read more