The Independent Media Production course also known as “Surfside Productions” continues to offer students hands on learning to hone their skills in the film and creative industries.
CSULB Film & Electronic Arts Department Receives Support from The Golden Globe Foundation for the 2023-2024 Academic Year
The newly established Golden Globe Ffoundation (formerly Hollywood Foreign Press Association) renews their support of the Film & Electronic Arts Department for the 2023-2024 academic year.
New Year’s Resolutions Shine Beacon of Hope, Growth, and Change at CSULB.
CSULB recently ranked no. 7 in the 2023 Social Mobility Index. The Social Mobility Index measures how institutions hold the line on tuition, enroll students from low-income backgrounds, and graduate them into high-paying careers.
Six narrative and documentary films screened at the Newport Beach Film Festival on Sunday October 15th.
Cal State Long Beach has earned the prestigious 2023 Seal of Excelencia, joining a distinctive group of colleges and universities who have been recognized for its commitment to Latinx student success.
Every October, LGBTQ History Month is celebrated to elevate the achievements and struggles of Queer people and ensure Queer history is taught, shared, and celebrated. This year the Film & Electronic Arts Department is proud to partner with the Long Beach Queer Film Festival, and support independent faculty events celebrating Queer cinema.
Cal State Long Beach is ranked No. 1 among “national universities” for promoting social mobility, according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 Best Colleges rankings.
Variety announces KCET Fine Cut Festival of Films Finalists including “My Mothers’ Daughter” Directed by recent CSULB Creative Nonfiction Film alum, Samantha Iniguez. “My Mothers’ Daughter will air in the program “Finding Good in the Bad”- Fri., Oct. 13 on KCET at 10 p.m.
Environmental Media Association Features CSULB Filmmaker Abraham Abotel and his senior film "Good Boy"
Abraham Abotel’s senior film “Good Boy” was one of 20 students to receive the EMA Green Seal for Students in Spring of 2023. The CSULB filmmaker sat down to discuss the importance of all students including sustainability in their filmmaking with the Environmental Media Association. Abraham’s film also earned a green seal from the Film & Electronic Arts…