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Rodney Dangerfield gets his respect at LACC

  Get tickets to a live reading of Back to School with Brad Garrett at the Rodney Dangerfield Institute. 🎟: http://bit.ly/2fjCY8K  

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Rodney Dangerfield is back to school at LACC

Get your tickets now at http://donate.laccfoundation.org/backtoschool for the live stage reading of Rodney Dangerfield’s hit movie Back to School starring Brad Garrett, Michael Bolton and Paul Rodriguez. Q & A with members of the original film cast!! September 6, 7 pm at LACC!!! Back to School: Live Staged Reading on September 6, 2017 The schedule for the evening is as follows: 7:00pm: Stage Reading Performance 8:30pm: Q&A with actors from the original film and the stage reading 9:15pm: VIP...

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LACC Foundation Scholarships & Awards Ceremony

LACC Foundation held its 2017 Scholarships & Awards Ceremony yesterday at the El Camino Theater. We are proud to say that 312 scholarships were awarded with a value over $200,000. Combined with funds provided in the Fall, the Foundation has given over 1100 awards and scholarships with a value of over $560,000, to dedicated students during the 2016-2017 academic year!! Thank you to our scholarship donors for the generosity in supporting the dedicated and deserving LACC students. Without your...

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First Lady of Los Angeles at LACC

  On May 17 2017, the John Burton Advocates For Youth (JBAY) Graduation Celebration was held at LACC to acknowledge and celebrate current and former youth who have earned an Associate’s or Bachelor’s degree, or have completed a certificate program during the 2016-17 school year. In light of her personal experiences with foster care, the First Lady of Los Angeles Amy Wakefield was invited to be a guest speaker.

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LACC to Hollywood: Director Tamra Davis

LACC alumna Tamra Davis visited the campus and reunited with her previous professors, Dr. Thomas Stemple and Vaughn Obern. Together, they offered great advice to our current Cinema/TV students about film making and how LACC’s film school helped her succeed as a female director.

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