Ms. Bettina Moss

School of Professional Studies
Journalism, Film and Entertainment Arts

Contact Details

School of Professional Studies
(323) 337-2016

Bettina Moss (program originator and lead faculty) is an associate professor in the School of Professional Studies at National University. She has extensive experience in the entertainment business, having worked on independent and big budget films in casting and as a production coordinator. For over eight years she was Managing Story Editor and served as a development executive for HBO Films in Los Angeles. She is a sold screenwriter, nationally published journalist and received her MFA in Screenwriting from Columbia University film school in New York City. Under her auspices, the program participated in an awarded NEH funded COIL Fellowship to develop an internationally collaborative course entitled ‘Cinematic Storytelling Across Cultures’ which was taught in partnership with Griffith University in Brisbane, Australia. She is also a Fulbright Senior Specialist Candidate.