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LMU’s School of Film and Television is showing a new generation how to create stories that matter; stories that shape a more inclusive and equitable world while acquiring the industry knowledge needed to launch successful careers in the film, television, media, and entertainment.

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SFTV's Greatest Needs

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Faculty support

Recruiting, retaining and empowering LMU’s teacher-scholars requires immediate-use funds that support pioneering scholarship and their continued, deep engagement at LMU.

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Programmatic support

Your support allows the college to design, deliver and continually improve programs that elevate students’ success and prepare them to create the world we want to live in.

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Dean's Discretionary Fund

Gifts to the Dean’s Discretionary Fund allow the college to direct immediate use funds to the highest and most urgent priorities.

Your Contribution at Work

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Students working together to shoot a film project on LMU’s iconic bluff.

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Behind the scenes of a student film shoot on location in Joshua Tree, California.

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Three students having a laugh together between takes on set.

Bryant Keith Alexander

Insights From The Dean

"Our program is undergirded by the powerful mission statement of the university, which is the encouragement of learning, the education of the whole person, and service of faith and the promotion of justice. This is made manifest in all that we do working with young individuals seeking entry into the film and television and media industry, and engaging that work with a commitment to ethics and social justice, and to telling stories that matter."

Bryant Keith Alexander, Ph.D., interim dean of the LMU School of Film and Television

Contact Us

Kristina Justiniano

Kristina Justiniano joined University Advancement as director of development for the School of Film and Television (SFTV) in 2022. Justiniano brings 10 years of experience in fundraising. As director of development, Justiniano is responsible for serving as the primary development officer for LMU SFTV, working in close collaboration with the dean, alumni, parents and civic partners to expand the impact of the school.

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Connect with Kristina

310.338.7842
kristina.justiniano@lmu.edu

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