To showcase the women who make up all facets of film, staff cartoonist Abby Pollak sat down with women, students, alumna and professors, involved with the School of Film and Television. Through this series, the Loyolan encourages others to join in the discussion and share their stories.

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Themelina Davila is a Film Production student who came to LMU by way of Athens, Greece. As an animation student, she worked on Film Outside the Frame-winning short film Dreamweavers. Themelina looks forward to using her animated creativity to shake up the live action world.

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Madison Foote is a Screenwriting major, Asian American Studies Minor. She draws inspiration from an endless number of sources, from her love of Fandom to her experiences as a proud, mixed race Asian woman.

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Gloria Calderon Kellett is an Alumna of LMU’s Theater program who’s made waves as the show-runner of critically acclaimed sitcom reboot One Day at a Time, which has been adapted to center around a Cuban American family.

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Sapphire Sandalo is a Filipino-American LMU animation alumna who has found her calling exploring the Occult through animated miniseries, such as “School Spirit,” “Ghost Guide” and well-known web series “Something Scary.” Currently, she’s bringing her experience with web-based content back to…