Tuesday, August 21

Nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series, alumna Patti Lee said she aimed to encapsulate the vibrancy of the donut shop featured in the CBS sitcom “Superior Donuts.”
(Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)
Nominated for an Emmy for Outstanding Cinematography For A Multi-Camera Series, alumna Patti Lee said she aimed to encapsulate the vibrancy of the donut shop featured in the CBS sitcom “Superior Donuts.”
(Mia Kayser/Daily Bruin)

Alumnus Eric Gorfain created original music pieces for the soundtrack of Amazon Studios' original comedy show, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Alumnus Eric Gorfain created original music pieces for the soundtrack of Amazon Studios' original comedy show, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.” (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

"The Carton Tongue," a fictional short film created for an intensive summer film program, portrays the struggles many LGBTQ individuals face around the world. Blake McCormack plays Mourad, the closeted Moroccan jailer who encounters his imprisoned former lover. 
(Courtesy of Chelsea Giles)
"The Carton Tongue," a fictional short film created for an intensive summer film program, portrays the struggles many LGBTQ individuals face around the world. Blake McCormack plays Mourad, the closeted Moroccan jailer who encounters his imprisoned former lover. 
(Courtesy of Chelsea Giles)

Though the documentary was originally intended to be a feature film, "Breaking the Mold" became a series as the list of adventurous women that the team wanted to include in the documentary grew. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)
Though the documentary was originally intended to be a feature film, "Breaking the Mold" became a series as the list of adventurous women that the team wanted to include in the documentary grew. (Joe Akira/Daily Bruin)

Tiffanie Hsu directed the Netflix documentary, "Waterschool." She said distributors like Netflix have expanded the possibilities for potential films and documentaries she may create in the future. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)
Tiffanie Hsu directed the Netflix documentary, "Waterschool." She said distributors like Netflix have expanded the possibilities for potential films and documentaries she may create in the future. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

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(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)
(Claire Sun/Daily Bruin)


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