LMU FILM SCHOOL TOUR .: 3 PM :. (FALL 2013)
Los Angeles, CA
This is a SCHOOL OF FILM AND TELEVISION Tour. Please check with the Undergraduate or Graduate Admission Office for Campus Tours.
The LMU School of Film and Television is committed to preparing students for their creative and professional lives. Through their course work, creative projects, and internships, students will learn the art and craft of communicating ideas through images and sound and writing for the screen. They will also gain an appreciation for the history of these art forms and develop their ability to critically analyze these works. We aim for that delicate balance between theory, technology and the creative impulse – where the balance is always heavily weighted toward the creative and human.
During your tour of LMU SFTV, you will get a behind the scenes look at our first rate facilities which includes our 126-seat theater, film and tv sound stages, animation labs, picture and sound editing suites.
PLEASE NOTE: Rooms, stages and suites may be in use during tours - guests on tours may not be able to go into some rooms.
Reservations are required for all tours, as space and dates are limited. We limit tours to only 10 people. Each visitor may only bring up to two guests. Check-in for the tours is in the lobby of the Communication Arts Bldg.
For more information about our film school and academic programs, please visit our website at
If you have any questions, need to cancel, or need to change your reservation for this event, please contact us by email at email@example.com. You may also contact us by phone at (310) 338-4443.
Communication Arts Building
1 Loyola Marymount University Dr
LMU-SFTV Student Production Office
.: LMU-SFTV-SPO :. is the Student Production Office of Loyola Marymount University School of Film and Television. Our office helps facilitate the production of student projects from inception to completion. We also offer tours of our facilities for prospective students and their parents on a limited reservation basis. Reservations are highly encouraged, as space and dates are limited.