Film School 101: West Coast Film School Admissions Counselors
2014, 90 Minute Running Time
Hear from the top film schools about what it takes to get into their programs and the benefit of continuing you film education.
May 6th at 7 pm at the Sie FilmCenter
Moderated by Daniel Junge
Admission is FREE. Please go to the box office to pick up your tickets.
Jim Phalen-faculty at the University of Colorado, Denver College of Arts and Media
Frederic Lahey- Founding Director, Colorado Film School
Dean Dacumos - Director of Student Services,
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
Lauren Kacura- Assistant Director of Admissions at Chapman University
Lauren Kacura is currently the Assistant Director of Admissions at Chapman University’s Dodge College of Film and Media Arts. Originally from San Diego, Lauren graduated from Chapman University in 2009 with a degree in Public Relations and Advertising. She has worked in Admissions at Dodge College since graduation, and currently oversees all aspects of both the undergraduate and graduate admissions processes. Lauren also manages the summer film program hosted at Dodge College for high school juniors and seniors.
About The Colorado Film School:
The Colorado Film School has been profiled by ICG (International Cinematographers Guild) Magazine as one of the finest programs in the country, and is a pick by the Hollywood Reporter as among the top 25 film schools in the world. CFS offers undergraduate emphases in Writing/Directing, Writing/Producing, Screenwriting, Cinematography, Post Production, and Acting for the Screen in state-of-the-art facilities with a cutting edge, hands-on curriculum.
Students may choose 48 credit Certificates, 75 credit Associates Degrees, or a BFA partnership with Santa Fe University of Art & Design. This new BFA partnership offers an excellent opportunity for CFS students to finish up their degrees at a school that has the Greer Garson Studios, currently shooting A&E's Longmire and Lionsgate's Manhattan, co-located in their facilities.
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