New 'Hollywood Masters' Season to Feature Interviews With Annette Bening, Ewan McGregor, Brian Grazer, Others
The series moderated by THR's Stephen Galloway and presented by Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television kicked off with a discussion with 'Snowden' helmer Oliver Stone.
The Hollywood Masters moderated by The Hollywood Reporter's Stephen Galloway is back. Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television has announced the sixth season of the series.
"The Hollywood Masters has become one of the school's most anticipated programs, and we are thrilled to see it to its sixth season," says Stephen Ujlaki, dean of the School of Film and Television. "By hearing firsthand from Hollywood's top creative talent each season, our students and alumni gain a better understanding of what it takes to succeed in the industry."
The series will be made up of 90-minute interviews moderated by Galloway with guests that include Ewan McGregor, Andrew Garfield, Isabelle Huppert, Annette Bening, Dana Walden, Brian Grazer and Pedro Almodovar.
Season six of the series kicked off with Academy Award winning writer-director-producer Oliver Stone, whose upcoming film Snowden, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the NSA leaker, premiers at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday.
The Hollywood Masters will air exclusively on THR.com and is only open to LMU students, faculty and alumni.
Says Galloway, "The intimacy of the setting — with students and alumni in a small, private theater — has allowed these guests to reveal themselves as they rarely do elsewhere. I couldn't be happier with the current season's guests, who cross the spectrum of talent in the movie and TV business."