Kevin Feige Joins Board of USC School of Cinematic Arts

  • The Wrap
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige has joined the Board of Councilors for the USC School of Cinematic Arts, Dean Elizabeth M. Daley announced on Tuesday.

Feige graduated from USC in 1995, having studied in the film school’s production division. He received the school’s Mary Pickford Alumni Award in 2014 and has regularly appeared as a guest speaker at the school’s classes.

He joins a Board of Councilors that includes Lucasfilm founder George Lucas and current president Kathleen Kennedy, as well as Paramount CEO Jim Gianopulos, Universal Chairman Donna Langley, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Steven Spielberg, Shonda Rhimes, Sidney Poitier, and Robert Zemeckis.

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“Kevin Feige is not only a leader and unparalleled creative force in film and television, but he’s also a dedicated alum and partner for the School of Cinematic Arts,” Daley said in a statement.
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