Carey will direct and co-star in “Mariah Carey’s Christmas Project,” the network announced Wednesday.
Angelina Jolie is teaming up with Netflix to direct an adaptation of “First they Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers.”
Craig Oka, Director of the Career Education & Professional Development Center at CSUN, says Los Angeles’ business community needs educated problem-solvers able to work right away.
Sam Raimi, the director of the original “Spider-Man” movie trilogy, is giving a passing grade to Marvel and Sony for sending the next cinematic rendition of the web-slinger back to high school.
Writer/Director Ty Hodges describes what he is most proud of when it comes to his new film.
Writer/Director Ty Hodges explains the “grace” in his new film premiering at LA Film Fest this year.
Writer/Director Emily Ting explains how Hong Kong plays a pivotal role in her new film.
Writer/Director Emily Ting describes her new film premiering at LA Film Fest this year.
UCLA Extension’s Dr. Varaz Shahmirian says earning a certificate in an information technology area helps applicants seek and secure high-end tech jobs in Los Angeles.
Marty Pasetta was nominated for nine Emmy awards.
A Hollywood director will serve two years in jail for the death of an assistant camera operator on a George film set.
Cassandra Ogier, owner of The Reflective Horse, says equine-assisted therapy is becoming a widely-accepted form of mental health treatment for at-risk teens in Los Angeles.
UCLA Extension’s Van Anderson says in order to compete for higher wages and better positions, employees need to beef up their skills by enrolling in a continuing education program.
Women and minority directors are losing out on crucial entry-level jobs, according to a Directors Guild of America study released Friday.
Dr. Denise Herz, a professor at California State University, Los Angeles, says the best way to lock down a lasting career within L.A.’s criminal justice system is to seek higher education.