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Cinema / TV

Welcome to the LACC Cinema/TV Department.

Winter and Spring 2018 Classes
Are Enrolling Now!

See our Department Calendar for more information

CALENDAR OF CINEMA/TV CLASSES

These entry-level classes will be offered Spring 2018:

  • Cinema 1 (Production Techniques - Using Movie Gear)
  • Cinema 2 (Production Workshop - Hands on - Making Movies)
  • Cinema 3 (Narrative Cinema History)
  • Cinema 4 (Documentary/Reality History)
  • Cinema 9-1 (Sound Production)
  • Cinema 18 (Intro to Film Genres: Comedy: Rodney Dangerfield Institute)
  • Cinema 25 (Producing Feature Films)
  • Cinema 38 (Learning Grip and Electric for Movies)
  • Cinema 501 (Media Aesthetics - Color, Form and Composition of Images)
  • TV 1 (Business of TV/Episodic)
  • TV 4 (Hands-On TV Studio Sound & Lights)
  • TV 9 (Hands-On TV Studio)
  • AND MANY MORE.....
HFPA Center

Congratulations on the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) Center for Cinema and Television at LACC!

Read the Hollywood Reporter story.

welcome to the HFPA Center for cinema
and television at los angeles city
college students at LACC receive a
hands-on education cinema and television
production learn how to operate studio
cameras control room equipment lighting
audio and so much more in our winter
class TV for camera lighting and sound
taught by Professor Jen gone you'll
receive instruction and how to build
sets how to operate three point lighting
in a studio environment how to work as a
team collaborate communicate and most
importantly how to create productions
from scratch students can take an entire
series of TV classes you can learn the
basics in TV for and tv9 continue
building your skills in TV 46 the
production workshop students enrolled in
the advanced classes will have the
opportunity to work in the Dick Clark TV
studio a full HD studio with
top-of-the-line industry standard
equipment so don't delay register today
sign up at www LA city college edu

Mission Statement

The LACC Cinema and Television Department is dedicated to providing students with the technical skills and creative guidance to prepare them for professions in the entertainment industry.

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