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
A collection of news stories capturing the excitement and accomplishments of UNLV at the start of a new decade.
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.
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV students and faculty who've made news thus far in 2019.
Founded in 2003, the hall honors people who have made significant contributions to the visual arts, performing arts, or architecture.
The 30-second spot is one of five finalists competing for the chance to screen in Regal Theaters nationwide.
Lawmakers to hear from faculty, students on first-ever ‘Fine Arts Day.’
Film In The News
From famous films like "Casino" and "The Hangover" taking place in Las Vegas, to notable film programs at UNLV, CSN and Nevada State College, it's no doubt this city has a strong connection to the film world.
Following the #OscarsSoWhite controversy in 2015, the Academy set a goal of doubling the number of diverse members by 2020 to avoid another backlash.
Aspiring filmmakers study film at UNLV.
UNLV students sitting in Professor Brett Levner's classroom learn the ins and outs of building a film crew. Beyond the pen and paper, the students have big dreams of breaking into the film industry.
If you go to see a movie at Regal Cinemas in the next month, you may see work from local students at UNLV. The university tweeted that their team of Fine Arts film students won the Coca Cola Regal Films ‘Social Media Campaign award’ during the 2019 contest.
If you’ve gone to the movie theater in the last month, you may have seen the work of UNLV Film students.