A USC cinema scholar explains how AI is upending the movie and TV business.
TITLE IX: USC alumna Tracy Tutor of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles fame embodies the spirit of the landmark anti-discrimination legislation. Women, she says, can be successful, competitive, smart — and funny.
The actress is teaching “Performance for Camera” to graduating MFA students at the USC School of Dramatic Arts.
Amy Schneider and Mattea Roach talk about their time on the popular television game show — and take on some trivia questions, too.
The movie and TV series are recognized as the year’s best adaptation of the written word.
USC alum Kapil Talwalkar discusses preparing for roles, venturing outside your comfort zone and getting the most from your educational experience.
“I love strategizing,” says CBS Studios’ executive VP and co-head of business affairs.
The award honors the year’s most accomplished film and episodic series adaptations, as well as the works on which they are based.
TITLE IX: Elizabeth M. Daley is grateful for landmark federal law that helped girls and women to pursue their dreams.
The works of the acclaimed 19th-century writer — considered one of the greatest novelists ever — have become staples in TV and movies. What explains their continuing appeal?