"Full Tuition to Make a Home Movie": USC Film School Grapples With Reopening Amid a Pandemic

On July 1, as Covid-19 cases in Los Angeles began to surge to their highest numbers since the city issued stay-at-home orders in March, the University of Southern California (USC) alerted its students that all fall undergraduate classes would move online. Days later, on July 6, the administration at the university’s prestigious School of Cinematic Arts (Sca) echoed the order, informing its physical production students that fall production classes, save for one graduate level course, would move online.

While the moves weren’t unexpected given the pandemic, production students at Sca now face a dilemma: take a leave of ...
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