Department of Film News
The department of film offers students the exciting opportunity to study film in the heart of Las Vegas, “The Entertainment Capital of the World.” Our efforts contribute to UNLV’s status as a premier metropolitan research university by adapting traditional film education values to meet the needs of individuals, communities, and industries in the 21st century.
Current Film News
Co-presented by philanthropist Susan N. Houston, the College of Fine Arts hosts the free annual Art Walk to honor the Las Vegas community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture in Southern Nevada.
The documentary aims to bring awareness to a local community in the shadows searching for hope.
A collection of news stories highlighting celebration, health, and progress at UNLV.
Senior Melissa Del Rosario produced and sold "Take Out Girl" — a huge achievement and a first for a UNLV Film student.
UNLV Opera Theatre collaborated with Nevada Conservatory Theatre and UNLV Film to produce "Sur la Table."
Michael Lugering directs this production based on the script by Charles L. Mee.
Film In The News
Michael Tylo, an accomplished film and TV actor who was a professor and dean at UNLV, has died. He was 72.
Soap opera veteran Michael Tylo has died at the age of 72.
Michael Tylo, an actor who appeared in soap operas All my children, General hospital, The young and the restless, The daring and the beautiful and, in his signature role of brooding wealthy archaeologist Quinton Chamberlainn on CBS Guiding light, died Tuesday at Henderson Hospital in Henderson, NV. He was 73 years old.
The University of Nevada, Las Vegas, where Tylo worked as a film professor, announced that he had died on Tuesday at 73.
Michael Tylo, a soap opera actor who is known for his role as Quinton Chamberlain on Guiding Light, died on Tuesday, the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) announced.
Michael Tylo, an actor who appeared on appeared on the soap operas All My Children, General Hospital, The Young and the Restless, The Bold and the Beautiful and, in his signature role of the wealthy, brooding archaeologist Quinton Chamberlainn on CBS’s Guiding Light, died Tuesday at Henderson Hospital in Henderson, NV, following an illness.