About this Event
Damon Lindelof, three time Emmy-winner, the creator of “Lost,” “The Leftovers” and “Watchmen”, writer and producer of "Star Trek,” “Prometheus,” “World War Z,” “Tomorrowland” and co-writer of the new “Star Wars” movie, will be in conversation with renowned Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., as a part of LMU's Global Conversation series.
SFTV will screen Lindelof’s episode of the PBS’s hit documentary series, “Finding Your Roots,” followed by a discussion of Lindelof’s experience on the show and his illustrious career.
LMU School of Film and Television and the Marymount Institute for Faith, Culture, and the Arts
About the Marymount Institute for Faith, Culture, and the Arts
The Marymount Institute for Faith, Culture, and the Arts preserves the transformative educational tradition of the Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary and promotes dialogue between faith and culture as expressed in the fine, performing, literary, and communication arts
About the School of Film and Television
LMU's School of Film and Television is consistently ranked among the best film schools in the world, and has been named one of the top 10 film schools in the U.S. by the Hollywood Reporter. Our small class sizes, cutting-edge facilities and innovative, student-centered curriculum provide unique opportunities for students to hone their technical and creative skills as they prepare to become the next generation of storytellers, scholars and industry leaders.
About Loyola Marymount University
LMU is a private Catholic university with 7,100 undergraduates, 1,700 graduate students and 1,100 law students from diverse backgrounds and many perspectives. Our seven colleges and schools boast best-in-the-nation programs in film and television, business, education and more. Our stunning campus in West Los Angeles is a sun-soaked oasis overlooking the Pacific coast and a model of sustainability. We're rooted in the heart of Los Angeles, a global capital for arts and entertainment, innovation and technology, business and entrepreneurship. Our mission is grounded in a centuries-old Jesuit educational tradition that produces extraordinary men and women dedicated to service and social justice. We're proud of more than 85,000 LMU alumni whose professional achievements are matched by a deep commitment to improving the lives of others.