A new report from USC’s Annenberg Inclusion Initiative maps where there has been progress — and where there hasn’t — across the most popular films from the last year.
Yang is set to address the newest class of Trojans at the fall new student convocation on Thursday.
A USC cinema scholar explains how AI is upending the movie and TV business.
As the much-anticipated feature film opens, USC Dornsife’s M.G. Lord — author of the book Forever Barbie — explains why we can’t get enough of the iconic doll.
Trojan productions were once again recognized as standouts among the 38 official selections in The American Pavilion’s Emerging Filmmaker Showcase at Cannes.
The list, a partnership with the Adobe Foundation, provides the titles of the 100 most inclusive theatrically released films from 2019 to 2022.
COMMENCEMENT: The Marvel Studios chief tells how his USC degree helped him achieve his filmmaking dreams, and how perseverance pays off (he got into USC’s film school on his sixth try).
The USC alumnus’ mother joins Dean Elizabeth Daley of the USC School of Cinematic Arts and a packed house to view the series finale of FX’s Snowfall.
Is AI creative? A USC forum works to dispel myths about what artificial intelligence is currently able to do.
TITLE IX: USC alumna Alma Martinez — actor, educator and author — reflects on how the landmark anti-discrimination legislation affected her.