Stories by Katherine Vu:
The voice of Bart Simpson unveils his statue at USC School of Cinematic Arts
It’s USC or bust as Nancy Cartwright sculpts a bronze replica of the celebrated cartoon character.
Game Innovation Lab receives two grants to fuel creativity
National Endowment for the Arts backs games created at USC School of Cinematic Arts.
USC alum Kevin Feige: Master of Marvel’s universe
Studio president oversees record-setting comic-book blockbusters, including Avengers: Age of Ultron.
Cinematic Arts student signs video game deal with Adult Swim
As commencement nears, an inventive senior looks ahead to his career in interactive games.
Want virtual reality? Here’s your go-to team
Three alums offer a studio with a reputation for creating some of the most transcendent virtual experiences in their emerging market.
Monstrous images examine society’s creepy creatures — and ourselves
An intriguing exhibit features hands-on installations in libraries across the University Park Campus.
Casting a critical eye toward the power of media
Starting this fall, USC cinematic arts students will learn how media can lead to positive social change.
USC team named ‘Ones to Watch’ at BAFTA Video Game Awards
School of Cinematic Arts students created the distinctive game Chambara.
Room 731 opens door to World War II mystery
USC alum helms a fact-based supernatural film, finding receptive audiences at film festivals.
Filmmaker Ridley Scott’s collection coming to USC School of Cinematic Arts
Memorabilia could include scripts, storyboards and photos from the likes of Alien, Thelma & Louise and Gladiator.
Library of Congress honors Holocaust film by USC professor
Into the Arms of Strangers recalls the struggle and survival of 10,000 Jewish children relocated to Great Britain.
Guardians filmmaker charts the challenges of making a movie in the Marvel galaxy
James Gunn uses his sly humor and distinctive voice to create one of the year’s biggest hits.