Among the celebrated alumni is Joshua Day, assistant chief lighting technician for “Succession,” which secured four wins, including “Best Television Series, Drama.” Steven Branagan, first assistant camera person for “Beef” which received three wins across all categories, including “Best Limited Series or Motion Picture Made for Television.” Additionally, Jonathan Dec, second assistant camera person for “Beef,” was also instrumental in the series’ success. Alumni Dana Morris was the camera operator and a steadicam operator on the award-winning movie “Barbie.” The film received the inaugural Golden Globe “Cinematic and Box Office Achievement Award. Finally, Alec Nickel, second assistant camera person on “Killers of the Flower Moon,” contributed to the film’s stellar achievement with a significant win.
Moreover, several other esteemed alumni from The Los Angeles Film School made substantial impacts in their respective roles on Golden Globes-nominated projects. Philipp Barnett served as co-executive producer of “Lawmen: Bass Reeves,” while Lorin Fleming and Brittany Hites showcased their creative talent as art directors on “Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 3.” Lastly, Terry Watson’s work as production designer for an episode of “The Last of Us” which received three Golden Globes nominations and an impressive 24 Emmy nominations, securing eight Emmy Creative Arts wins.
The Los Angeles Film School takes pride in the accomplishments of its alumni, whose dedication, talent, and creativity continue to shine in the entertainment industry.
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