3rd Annual CEM Night at the Levitt

Saturday, August 6th  CEM Night at the Levitt Pavilion at MacArthur Park – Los Angeles!   608 S. Park View Street Want to show your appreciation for the free evening of food and entertainment? Donate to the Levitt using the button above. Parking Options The following are cash only with fees ranging between $5 – $10. 623 S. Carondelet Street – parking garage located between … Continue reading 3rd Annual CEM Night at the Levitt

CEM Alumni Panel – Pitzer 2016

Please join us during Pitzer Alumni Weekend (Saturday April 23rd at 1pm) a panel of Pitzer Alumni working in entertainment. Guests include: Bridget Baker, Tyrus Emory, Joe Reitman, Jonathan Stokes, and will be moderated by Maria D’Alessandro. Following that, pop on over to the Media Studies Department to help celebrate their 20th anniversary. Register here: https://mypz.pitzer.edu/NetCommunity/alumni/alumni-reunion-2016/2016-alumni-reunion Continue reading CEM Alumni Panel – Pitzer 2016

Meet the CEM Board – Sarah Maloney

5 Questions for Sarah Maloney   About Sarah Sarah manages and leads creatives, from animation (3 years at Dreamworks Animation) to visual effects (Alice in Wonderland and Live Free or Die Hard) to 3D movie conversions (Clash of the Titans, Narnia and Shrek) to Health and Beauty products (at HatchBeauty.) She is currently running Institution Post in Burbank CA finishing shows for Comedy Central, Nickelodeon and Awesomeness … Continue reading Meet the CEM Board – Sarah Maloney

Meet the CEM Board – Maria Theresa D’Alessandro

5 Questions for Maria Theresa D’Alessandro About Maria Maria was born and raised in southwest Los Angeles, and attended Pitzer College. She has one adult son, Xavier Stafford, and is patiently awaiting grandchildren (although she is too young for them).  She currently works in Legal Affairs at New Regency Productions, the company behind, 12 Years A Slave, Birdman and The Revenant; having worked in entertainment law and … Continue reading Meet the CEM Board – Maria Theresa D’Alessandro

A Q&A with ODW’s Justinian Huang ’09

CEM Member Spotlight Oriental Dreamworks’ Director of Global Animation, Justinian Huang, riffs on the collaboration between Hollywood and China, life in Shanghai, and insanely cute pandas. Your top three favorite things about living in Shanghai  1.  The revolving door of fascinating expats, mostly snobby fashion designers from Europe whom I find full of hubris and hence hilarious 2.  When it’s after midnight and the old streets … Continue reading A Q&A with ODW’s Justinian Huang ’09