March 16, 2020 - June 1, 2021, Varies
Online - Access Information Sent Via Email
Join the SCA Admissions staff for an online information session to learn more about applying to the SCA graduate programs for the Fall 2022 semester. Topics will include an overview of the school, programs and facilities, financial aid, Q&A with staff and more!
This session is for prospective graduate applicants only. Please note that the Zoom link to the online session will be sent via email the morning of the session you register for.
May 11, 2021, 6:00 P.M. PDT
Live Online Webinar
Recently widowed Dawn experiences growing anxiety as her daughter Melanie plans to move away for college. An altercation with a hostile new neighbor aggravates Dawn’s mental condition and she begins to show signs of paranoid delusions. Melanie attempts a series of interventions to help her mom, but Dawn’s paranoia spirals out of control. Challenging Dawn’s reality of persecution threatens to destroy their loving relationship. Melanie is forced to make the toughest of choices as she struggles to keep her mother afloat. A bittersweet story about coming of age in the shadow of mental illness.
May 12, 2021, 6:00 P.M. PDT
Live Online Webinar
Working in defiance of a lifelong ban on filmmaking, dissident director Mohammad Rasoulof delivers a piercing drama about a subject he knows well: the costs of living under a repressive, brutal government. Winner of the Golden Bear, the top prize at the Berlin Film Festival, There Is No Evil is a film in four chapters, each telling a different story related to the death penalty in contemporary Iran. The first story concerns a family man who, as we come to see, pays a grave moral price for his comfortable middle-class life. The second and third chapters focus on conscripted soldiers – in Iran, it is often these men who are forced to perform executions – and both segments explore the tension and turmoil that can come with such harsh coercion. The final section involves a family secret, which brings the film to its powerful conclusion. Suspenseful, mysterious, and shot through with a sense of urgency, Rasoulof's work bears the mark of an artist who sets his own terms – and who knows just how to captivate an audience.
May 12, 2021, Wednesday May 12th at 7PM PDT
You are cordially invited to attend the premiere screening of three short films produced this semester in CTPR 480. The screening will be online via ZOOM on Wednesday, May 12 @ 7pm PDT.
May 15, 2021, 12 PM
You are invited to the FREE USC Games Expo 2021!
The event is FREE and streaming online; RSVPing allows us to provide you with updates, adds you to our mailing list (we don't spam!) and enters you into winning prizes/giveaways during the stream itself!