Lana Nguyen was one of three students in her senior class to direct a senior thesis last semester. “Monsters of Mine,” is a stop-motion animation that Nguyen and her crew had to shoot virtually. Hosts Anmol Bajpai and Srika Ramani talk with Nguyen about her experience directing as well as their takeaways from this year’s […]
Hosts Anmol Bajpai and Srika Ramani speak with USC alum Tiffany Lin — production coordinator at Deluxe Animation — about her experience at USC in relation to diversity on and off screen and topics such as grief that she looks to center her future films around. After, Bajpai, Ramani and Lin discuss Lee Isaac Chung’s […]
In a virtual event hosted by USC SCA during Diversity, Equity and Inclusion week, LGBTQ+ writers, directors and producers came together to discuss LGBTQ+ representation in film and television.
SCA sophomore Kelly Yu announced the production of her first short film, “Plum Town,” a story of tradition based on her own family history.
Jayro Bustamante and producer Gustavo Matheu joined Alex Ago at a screening and live Q&A for “La Llorona,” which successfully reimagined the titular character as a pointed critique against the genocide of Indigenous peoples in Guatamela.
Diversity at SCA often feels like a brush with one shade: It boxes all students of color into one category, forcing them to compete for that “one spot” in order to meet an unspoken quota.