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USC Exhibits 75 Years of Filmmaking History

Photographs, press clippings, artifacts and memorabilia tracing the

University of Southern California’s

School of Cinema-Television’s rich 75-year history are now on exhibit at USC’s Doheny Memorial Library in Los Angeles. Included in the exhibition are a scenic matte painting from “The Wizard of Oz,” one of the most comprehensive collections of vintage still and moving cameras in the world, photographs of legendary faculty members and guest lecturers (including Cecil B. DeMille, Orson Welles and Alfred Hitchcock) and the student films of leading industry filmmakers. The free exhibit is ongoing until Oct. 28.

For more information, call (213) 821-3096.