Cal State Long Beach ranks among the top universities for Hispanic students, according to Hispanic Outlook on Education’s “Top 100” listing released this week, in addition to being recognized as a Fulbright Hispanic-Serving Institution Leader by the State Department’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
The CSULB Daily 49er interviews Film & Electronic Arts Department Chair, Adam Moore about the department offerings and what lies ahead for film students at The Beach.
The CSULB Daily 49er covers Film & Electronic Arts Department and Carpenter Center screening of "All Day And A Night" and Q & A with Director Joe Robert Cole.
This year half of the finalists for the CSU Media Arts Festival are from the Film & Electronic Arts Department and School of Art Animation program at CSULB. Below are a list of the twelve finalists who will screen their films during a limited screening Friday, October 21 through Tuesday, October 25, 2022. The CSU Media Arts Festival Awards Presentation…
The annual Newport Beach Film Festival (NBFF) attracts 58,000 film and food fans to over 100 feature films, 30 short film programs. This year the program returns to in person screening after a hiatus due to the global pandemic. Four Narrative films and Seven Documentary films from CSULB filmmakers will screen in this year’s Newport Beach Film Festival at…
Student loan debt is an ever-increasing concern as tuition costs continue to rise. With this in mind, The Hollywood Reporter has compiled a list of affordable state and community college programs in or near entertainment hubs of Los Angeles and New York City.
Film & Electronic Arts Department Participated in "Together" CSULB Art Festival 2022 hosted by the College of the Arts
A letter to FEA alumni and friends from Department Chair, Adam Moore looking back at the 2021-2022 academic year.
Cal State Long Beach is in the top 3% out of the 623 institutions assessed in ‘Money’ magazine’s list of the Best Colleges for 2022, ranking No. 18 overall. The publication evaluated institutions in three categories: quality of education, affordability, and student outcomes. These categories were further expanded into 24 data points such as graduation…
Film alum Scarlett Finney selected as a winner of the Negro Ensemble Company’s 2022 Emerging Playwrights Competition
Film & Electronic Arts Department alum Scarlett Finney’s play "The Dream Chest" made its debut on May 12th 2022 at the Urban Stages Theater in New York City. Scarlett’s play was one of four selected to be staged in May 2022 as part of the NEC’s Emerging Playwrights Competition.