Many great projects got developed and preproduced in this semester's Business Aspects of Motion Picture Production (Cinema 20) class.
The Department of Cinema & Television at Los Angeles City College offers comprehensive, low-cost and hands-on courses in all aspects of filmmaking.
The Department of Cinema & Television at Los Angeles City College offers comprehensive, low-cost and hands-on training in all aspects of filmmaking. Earn an AA degree, skills certificates or certificates of achievement; transfer to a four-year school, or transition directly into work and a lifelong career in the entertainment industry.
Many great projects got developed and preproduced in this semester's Business Aspects of Motion Picture Production (Cinema 20) class.
Advanced editing students got to spend their final class of the semester touring the Los Angeles facility of Sim International, the postproduction company behind Game of Thrones and many other major TV shows and features. Companies like Sim are a one-stop shop! Maybe a partnership is on the horizon... 😁
Here are all the recipients of Certificate Awards being given out in a special ceremony on Thursday May 30th at 1pm in the Dick Clark Studio. All are invited!
HEY LACC students! It's not too late to submit your Short Films & TV shows to the HFPA Center for Cinema & TV Awards at LACC!
Submissions have been extended until Monday, May 13!
Submit your work at www.tinyurl.com/LACCawards2019
With so much production happening at LACC, it's a great time for an expert in sound design! Come hear Danny Kim's presentation, 11:30am Thursday 5/9, Morgan Freeman Theater. It's time to take your film to the next level! :)
Industry guest this Wednesday evening at 8pm in the theater. Television and film director Jennifer Lynch. All students and alumni are welcome!
The 4th Annual HFPA Center for Cinema & Television Awards at LACC is open for submissions!
Read the submission guidelines and apply here: https://tinyurl.com/LACCawards2019
Deadline to submit your work is May 10th!
The submission is FREE for all LACC Students!
2019's SHORT FILM FUND IS NOW OPEN!
OUR FOCUS IS TO DISCOVER THE BEST NEW SCREENWRITING TALENT FROM AROUND THE WORLD.
The Shore Scripts Short Film Fund offers an opportunity for emerging screenwriters and filmmakers to have their short film financed and produced.
2019’s Fund will award production financing for at least one short film with an allocated budget of up to $15,000 per project, with a minimum budget of $10,000. Plus, our sponsor ARRI Rental will provide free production equipment rental for the duration of the production.
The Fund welcomes submissions from screenwriters and filmmakers from around the world. We accept short scripts, animations, and proof of concept shorts for TV pilots and features. Screenplays must be in English and cannot exceed 30 Pages. The production can be filmed in any country.
We can offer end-to-end support from script development to post-production services and promotion.
Our previous Fund winners have had their films screened at Tribeca, BFI London Film Festival, Austin, Edinburgh, Encounters, and LSFF.
Awards & Prizes
- Our Grand Prize winner(s) will receive a production budget of up to $15,000, with a minimum of $10,000. The resulting short film will be sent to our Judges, Industry and Directors Roster. That’s over a 150 of the best people working in the industry who will see your work.
- ARRI Rental will provide free camera rental equipment for the duration of the shoot.
- Top 15 Finalists will have their scripts sent out to our Short Judges, Industry and Directors Roster.
- Top 5 Finalists will also receive an exclusive feedback report from one of our Short Judges on how to best develop their project.
Plus, our Grand Prize Winner will receive:
- a Free 1-Year Subscription to WriterDuet Pro
- a Free copy of Final Draft
- a Free InkTip script listing and an InkTip Magazine listing
- and a Free 6-month membership to the International Screenwriters’ Association
RULES, FAQ’s & MORE INFO CAN BE SEEN HERE:
Business Aspects of Motion Picture Production - final projects
Congratulations to the Filmmakers: Max, Christian, Nicole, Tatiana, Enrique and Boris
Audience Favorites Fall 2018 LACC Cinema End of Semester Screenings:
Cinema 2 – Beginning Motion Picture Workshop:
“Crossing: 2036” – Max Kleinman ($100 Prize)
“Memories That You Call” – Christian Go (2nd Place)
“Cypher” – Nicole Jimenez (3rd Place)
Cinema 33/TV 55 – Digital Video Production Workshop:
“Selfie” – Tatiana Krokar ($100 Prize)
“4000” – Enrique Moran (2nd Place)
”Contemplations” – Boris Pavlovsky (3rd Place)
What an AMAZING selection of films from this Fall 2018 semester from both the Cinema 2 and Cinema 33 production classes - literally some jaw-dropping films. If you didn’t catch the screenings Tuesday evening, the same show is Wednesday evening at 6:30pm. Come check it out!
Two-time Emmy winning VFX artist Glenn Campbell walks the advanced editing students through the special effects shots for our department-produced web series pilot using After Effects and Mocha AE...
Editor panel Monday, 12/3, 1:30pm, room 228. All students and alumni welcome!
What could be more fun on Thanksgiving Eve than attending an industry guest speaker event at LACC Cinema & TV? 😉 All are welcome to hear Line Producer / UPM Steve Goldenberg, who will do a demo on Movie Magic Scheduling & Budgeting. 8pm in the theater...
Cinema 32-1 (Editing Fundamentals I) students do a photo montage as one of their 5 projects of the semester. Check out this awesome one by Jose Ramirez - an homage to the great Carl Sagan...
We're excited to have producer/director/editor Shane Stanley back at LACC tomorrow! He will be visiting both Cinema 2 classes, starting at approximately 11:45am in the morning section (class will begin at the regular time of 11:10am) and 6pm in the evening section. It will be in the Morgan Freeman Theater (room 176). Hope to see you there! http://whatyoudontlearninfilmschool.com/
What You Don't Learn In Film School is your our complete guide to (independent) filmmaking! Learn invaluable industry secrets from top to bottom and discover the truth about independent film distribution as the lid is torn off the many myths surrounding sales agents and today’s release platforms.
Join us on Saturday night 11/17 for a Student Filmmaker Mixer at LACC. Don't forget to RSVP at http://tinyurl.com/studentfilmmixerRSVP
Submissions extended through Thursday!
Exciting guest Wednesday afternoon! We will welcome the Dean of the AFI Conservatory and 2-time Academy Award nominated film producer, Richard Gladstein. Seating will be prioritized for Cinema 1 & 20 students, so arrive early!
Our advanced editing students (Cinema 32-2) are assigned to shoot and edit a "5-shot sequence," a technique for ensuring enough coverage to edit a scene by capturing at least 5 shots - master, over-the-shoulder, reverse OTS, close-up, insert/POV, etc. Here's a good one by Gankhulug Ganbold starring Calvin Chacon and Adam Della Maggiora. It's also a good reminder of the HFPA scholarship deadline of Oct. 21st!
LACC’s Equipment Guy and TV Professor, Kenneth Thomas will be producing and directing the multi-cam live stream video of a sold-out benefit metal concert at The Wiltern. Joining him in the production will be our very own Chair, Jen Vaughn, our Audio Engineer, Michael Day, and two of our students, James Dymond and Karla Escamilla. Tune in this Saturday, October 13th, at 7:30pm, and get ready to rock out! www.scofieldbenefit.com
Caleb Scofield was in a severe truck crash on March 28th and passed away. His wife Jen and two children, Sydney (7) and Desmond (10) are trying to adjust to life without him. Support of friends and family will help with the funeral expenses and ongoing financial needs.
ReelAbilities Film Festival is a four-day festival showcasing new and classic films, conversations, and artistic expressions of people with different abilities. Volunteer here: https://portal.goldenvolunteer.com/opportunities/4VNzMRlsct
Interested in learning what an assistant editor does? All students and alumni are invited to our assistant editors' panel in the advanced editing class (Cinema 32-2), Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 2nd at 2:30pm. Bring your questions!
A little post coverage of our screening event earlier this week! https://lasentinel.net/lacc-hosted-screening-of-emmy-award-winning-actressdirector-cady-mcclains-seeing-is-believing-women-direct.html
On Monday, September 24, Los Angeles City College (LACC) hosted a screening of two-time Emmy Award winning actress and Emmy nominated director Cady McClain’s new documentary Seeing is Believing: Women Direct for students and members of Women in Media.. Directly following the screening was a panel ...
Free documentary screening and panel event for LACC students and members of Women In Media. Monday evening, Sept. 24th, 6pm! RSVP here: http://bit.ly/2QL5Yoe
“Campus Zombies” chase film by Paul Del Real, showing it to this semester’s Cinema 2 students. Great example of what you can do with an iPhone, some accessories and lots of creativity! 👍🏻👍🏻
Sign up for spring classes today - we need a few more students in Cinema 3 & 4 night, Cinema 38-2 Grip Wednesday nights and TV 46 Monday afternoons in the new Dick Clark Studio to keep from being canceled. Lots of other good classes New Cinema 501 aesthetics, Protools 9-2 and advanced editing Cinema 32-2.
Have you enrolled for the Spring semester yet? Many Cinema & TV classes are still open, including both sections of CIN 38, Motion Picture Grip & Electric (no prerequisites)!
Congratulations to Cinema 20 students (Business Aspects of Motion Picture Production) on a successful Fall 2017 semester. Looking forward to seeing these films get made!
Congratulations to our Cinema 2 (Beginning Production Workshop) finalists for the 'Best of the Semester' screenings! Hope to see everyone Tuesday and Wednesday evening at 6:30pm (same show both nights). There were many great films from all four sections of the class. Out of over a hundred students enrolled, here are the finalists:
“The Cheat” by Calvin Chacon
“Higher Ground” by Hope Brown
“Introvert” by Andres Galarza
“Crazy Delivery” by Nicole Forbes
"Thunder Bros" by Adam Della Magiorra
"The Opposite" by Kseniia Zheleznykh
"Workout Buddies" by Dominic Soo
"Casey's Lost" by Steele O'Neal
"The Beekeeper" by Erryn Arkin
“The Violinist” by Frank Tran
“The Silence of Shadow Hills" by Lauren Kohne
"City Living” by J. Emanuel Stuart
“The Rehearsal” by Clent Bowers
"The Camera" by Aroutin Gheivandian
"The Curious Case of Justin Kase" by Jeanette Lim
"The Inescapable" by Albert Ramirez
"Advanced Painting Processes" by Gankhulug Ganbold
LACC Cinema & Television and the PIPELINES Organization invites you to join us for a panel discussion from hiring managers in the Film and TV Industry.
The panel will be held at LACC in the Dick Clark TV Studio (CC #132) from 6-8pm on Tuesday evening, Dec. 5th. Come and learn more about job opportunities and how to prepare yourself for entry level positions.
RSVP with the link in the comments...
Congratulations to our LACC Cinema/TV certificates recipients from spring semester.👍😀
30 new photos · Album by LACC CinemaTV
Join us Wednesday night for two guests from The Asylum, (the production company behind the Sharknado franchise) as they perform demonstrations on Adobe After Effects and discuss the art and craft of making movies. Hope to see you there!
Telemundo is coming on campus to show "Senora Acero." Note: This is a Spanish-language screening. All students are welcome to participate in this event!
Industry Guest Double Header! This Wednesday at 3:30pm and 8:30pm - pitch masters Ben Lustig & Jake Thornton and Creative Future's Ruth Vitale (former president of Fine Line Features and Co-President/Founder of Paramount Classics). Come check it out!
Many of our LACC Cinema/TV students have been awarded this...
Considering distributing your film online? Have general questions about distribution? Come hear from Jason Brubaker, VP of Distribber, a GoDigital Inc. Company. Wednesday 9/20, 3:45pm, Morgan Freeman Theater...
Had our first full-fledged writers meeting for our upcoming department-produced scripted comedy series. Huge thanks to ABC writer and USC & WB Writers' Workshop instructor Joe Peracchio (who also took this picture) for sharing his experience and wisdom with our new writing staff. Stay tuned!
Don't miss the live reading of Back to School on Sept 6 with Brad Garrett, Rachel Skarsten & more!
Looking forward to the Fall semester! In case you haven't heard, LACC Cinema/TV has earned a mention on this prestigious list from the Hollywood Reporter. See us at #26 as a "SoCal Film School on the Rise":
These Fall classes need more students to avoid cancellation:
Cinema 2: Production - Vaughn Obern & Dylan Shields, Thursdays 9:35a-2:35p
Cinema 3: Movie History - Linda Beal, Saturdays 9a-1:15p
Cinema 9-2: ProTools - Arnie Anderson, Tuesdays 12:45-5p (prerequisite Cin 9)
Cinema 32-2: Advanced Editing (new class) - Dylan Shields, Wednesdays 6-10:15p (prereq any editing class)
Cinema 38-3: Grip & Electric - Christopher Rossiter, Mondays 12:45-5p
Cinema 501: Media Aesthetics (new) - Daniel Marlos, Mondays 12:45-5p
TV 46: Intermediate TV Prod - Jen Vaughn, Mondays, 6-10:10pm (TV 4 or 9 Prerequisite)
TV 6: TV Studio Production - Jen Vaughn, Tuesdays 11:10a-4:10p (TV 4 or 9 Prerequisite)
TV 7: TV Announcing - Jen Vaughn, Tuesdays 11:10a-4:10p (No Prerequisite)
Register now at the new LACC website! www.lacitycollege.edu
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Register today for hands-on TV classes at LACC! Advanced and Intermediate classes will be held in the Dick Clark TV Studio this Fall!
The Fall 2017 semester is fast approaching. Register now for your Cinema/TV classes! Here's a message from LACC President, Renee Martinez...
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