Young, determined, and ready to thrive, Omarr K. Rambert discusses his journey from being a Film Studies major at Pepperdine to becoming an entertainment litigation associate with one of the most recognizable law firms in the nation.
To some people, entertainment journalism may seem like celebrity gossip and red carpets — but entertainment journalists are telling real, important stories. Pepperdine alumnae and entertainment journalists Gabby Gonta and Kristin Vartan discuss the value of entertainment journalism and the impact it can have.
Senior Theatre Music contract major Brandon Gille discusses how he sees the entertainment industry disregard Asian Americans and people of color in general. While there is still progress that needs to be made, he said theater has the power to connect cultures and close that divide.
Fresh Faces features first-year and transfer students in an effort to unite Pepperdine students, regardless of where they are. The first installment introduces Alejandra Hurtado, who discusses her experience transferring to Pepperdine and her dreams of helping people through directing movies and TV shows.
Pepperdine Students share their experiences both working for and attending the 2020 Grammy Awards.
Photo by Daniel Caso Pepperdine is an oasis in the anti-college town of Malibu where, across the bay, one can catch a view of Santa Monica, the edges of LA and beyond — a world where entertainment and art are the heartbeat of the streets. Entertainment is how we spend our free moments. Art is […]
Innovative film school, Inclusion Films, trains adults with special needs for jobs in the entertainment industry through a vocational program that focuses on gaining independence and communication skills. Ray Martino was best friends with Joey Travolta, brother of John Travolta, growing up. Joey Travolta spent his early years as a performer and actor, and worked […]