Temple grad takes home national College Emmy for Nicaragua video project- Philly.com
May 26, 2017
One recent Temple University graduate is riding high thanks to an award from the Television Academy Foundation for a video project he filmed while studying in Nicaragua.
Philadelphia Film Society - Filmmaker Spotlight: Eli LaBan
May 14, 2018
Filmmaker Eli LaBan has worked primarily in documentaries, but ventured into the world of narrative film as Director of Photography and co-editor of The Art of Being Izzy. Made as a capstone project for the Media Studies and Production Major at Temple University, the film follows a Chinese-American college student as she struggles to come to terms with her cultural identity.
Counting to 10 Leads to Emmy Win for Temple Graduate - Jewish Exponent
June 24, 2017
“Learn to Count in an Endangered Language:” Eli Laban’s Emmy-Winning Project - Klein College of Media and Communication
September 05, 2017
At Klein College, more and more students are creating professional-level work. Media Studies and Production alumnus Eli Laban won a National College Emmy for his video series "Learn to Count in an Endangered Language."
Senior’s film up for student Emmy - The Temple News
May 06, 2017
Eli LaBan is named 2017 Alice Rowan Swanson Fellow-SIT Study Abroad
May 01, 2017
This Is Cheltenham: Eli LaBan - Cheltenham School District Alumni
January 01, 2020
Over the past few years Eli has worked on several award-winning projects including documentaries about local artists and musicians and the emerging music scene in post-apartheid South Africa. Most recently, he won an Emmy for his work on NBC10’s Generation Addicted web series that investigated the local heroin epidemic...
Temple senior nominated for a College Emmy - The Tab Temple
January 01, 2020