Hall of Fame
The SCL takes great pride in paying tribute to those whose contributions have been remarkable and whose careers have been iconic. The first SCL Hall of Fame Awards were presented at the 2002 State of the Art Conference, Saturday, June 1st, 2002 at The Directors Guild of America in Hollywood. Elmer Bernstein announced the awards for George and Ira Gershwin, Bernard Herrmann, Erich Korngold, Henry Mancini, and Max Steiner.
Bernard Herrmann is probably best known for his remarkable collaboration with director Alfred Hitchcock, which produced...
Missouri-born, California-raised Basil Poledouris had intended to become a concert pianist until his USC classmates sidetracked...
One of the busiest composer-conductors in Hollywood history, David Rose wrote such famous instrumentals as “Holiday...
5 / 21 / 2019
SCL Screening: The Bad Seed w/Leanna Primiani, Rob Lowe, Mark Wolper
Beverly Hills, CA | 7:30pm PDTEvent Details
5 / 23 / 2019
SCL Screening: Yellowstone w/Brian Tyler
The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills
West Hollywood, CA | 7:30pm PDTEvent Details
6 / 5 / 2019
Screening - National Geographic
, | 12:00am PDTEvent Details