Long Beach City College

Long Beach City College

Address

https://www.lbcc.edu/

1305 E. Pacific Coast Highway

Long Beach

90806

Courses

Introduction to Screenwriting ( Film 40 )

This course offers basic techniques of short subject dramatic screenplay structure and storytelling. This includes script development from story concept, character design, story treatment, plot and character development.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Film Directors and Artists ( Film 11 )

This class involves a survey and critical analysis of films by various film directors within the Film Industry. The class will deconstruct a film director's work (instructor's choice) throughout the course of the semester, focusing specifically on technical, thematic, ideological, sociocultural, and political similarities that span the director's career. Students will be expected to articulate specific insights of director's work through essay writing and exams.

   

Introduction to Film Studies ( Film 1 )



Delivery Mode:  Online On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Film History II ( Film 2B )

This course is a study of the trajectory of film history from World War II to the present. The course will focus on significant cinematic movements and styles in both American and international cinema, technological developments and shifts and their effect on the larger industrial complex, and the work of several historically significant filmmakers.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Fundamentals of Digital Film Production ( Film 20 )

This course introduces the basic principles of film production, including operation of equipment and details involved in making a film from idea development to final production. The course encompasses lectures and lab workshops as well as group and individual projects.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Intermediate Digital Film Production ( Film 21 )

This class provides intermediate film production experiences for the transfer film major. It includes editing, directing, scripting and producing, with special emphasis on pre- and post-production considerations.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Introduction to Broadcasting ( RTV 1 )

Introduction to Broadcasting explores the evolution of mass media and its impact on society. The class will analyze methods the media uses to persuade the consumer and become an educated viewer and evaluate their tactics

Delivery Mode:  Online On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Intro to Careers in Radio & Television ( RTV 2 )

This course explores the various occupations in the radio and television field, including broadcast, cable, industrial and multimedia production. Students will investigate employment opportunities, as well as the required skills and personal qualifications necessary for employment in this element of the entertainment industry. Guest speakers will discuss current industry issues and standards

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Using MacIntosh Comp Entertainment Indus ( RTV 3 )

This course is designed for students to develop current computer operation skills and equipment systems related to the entertainment industry. No previous computer knowledge is necessary. It covers the basic use of hardware and certain software, Internet use, word processing, spreadsheet, database use, communications applications, and basic digital audio and video production. The course will explore specific examples of how various applications are used in the entertainment industry.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Television Production ( RTV 13 )

This course allows the student the opportunity to participate in the creation and production of television program material. Students will produce, direct and crew a variety of projects, such as news, interviews, commercials, dramas, comedies and instructional programs.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Electronic Field Production ( RTV 14 )

This course is a study and application of the technical aspects of video, film and multimedia production in the field. Special attention will be dedicated to successful production strategies necessary for the unique problems associated with shooting in the field, such as equipment selection, lighting, audio and the environment. Issues related to acquisition format, such as film versus tape and analog versus digital, will be explored. Students will shoot projects in the field as standalone productions and as elements for edited productions. Editing will be covered as it relates to field production.

   

Advanced Television Production ( RTV 15 )

This class explores the creation and production of television program material with an emphasis on the quality of the finished product. Projects which students produce, direct and crew will be largely of their own choosing.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Radio Production ( RTV 21 )

This course features the creation and production of radio program material. Projects include: disc jockey shows, news programs, interviews, commercials, editing, microphone set-up and audio board operation. Other aspects of radio station operation will be covered, such as management, sales, audience analysis and ratings.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Radio Activity ( RTV 25 )

This course provides the opportunity and responsibility to work in a variety of jobs involved in the operation of one of the college's two internet radio stations. Students will work on air and behind the scenes. Hours outside of the class time are arranged in consultation with the instructor.

   

Music Video Production ( RTV 34 )

This course provides an in depth exam of the components necessary to produce a music video, including completion of a camera ready production proposal and a script of selected projects. Selected projects may be produced.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Evening

Television Activity ( RTV 35 )

This course provides an opportunity and responsibility to work in a variety of jobs involved in the video taping of various college events and/or projects or student selected projects in the television studio. Projects may be broadcast on the college cable channel and/or used in the student news show.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Broadcast News Production ( RTV 36 )

In this course students will learn various aspects of producing a television newscast. Students will participate in gathering information, writing, editing and producing news, sports, editorials, and weather segments. Students will work as managing editors, operate equipment, and edit video packages.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

Radio/Television Management and Sales ( RTV 37 )

This course provides an overview of the basic elements of broadcast and cablecast management. Topics covered include: advertising and sales techniques, ratings, station promotion, budgets, FCC policies, franchise agreements and negotiations, scheduling, contest considerations, liability elements and people skills

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

On-Camera Performance ( RTV 40 )

This course involves the practical application of performance techniques as applied to working in front of a camera. Performances are video-taped and analyzed which will help the student understand what is necessary in the preparation of audition material. Students will gain knowledge about each area responsible for a TV production.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Fieldwork in Radio/Television ( RTV 70 )

This course covers topics including the employee's role and responsibilities in the Radio/Television/Film industry. It will also cover professional and desirable traits needed to gain employment in the entertainment industry. Emphasis will be placed on setting and achieving three fieldwork objectives and how to solve everyday issues and problems in the workplace. This course also covers guidelines for students to participate up to 125 hours of supervised fieldwork at a preapproved work site as out of classroom assignments. The purpose of this course is to prepare students to be successful in obtaining employment in the Radio/Television/Film industry

   

Non-Linear Video & Film Editing ( RTV 216 )

This course explores the process of non-linear video and film editing using Final Cut Pro

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day

INTRO/3D & MULTIMEDIA COMPUTERGRAPHICS ( ART 42 )

An intro to 3D and time based computer graphics

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

INTRO TO DIGITAL MEDIA ARTS ( DMA 201 )



Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

DIGITAL FASHION ILLUSTRATION ( FD 45A )

This course is designed to teach students to effectively use a variety of computer word processing/illustration/design programs frequently used in the Fashion Industry. They are Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator and Snap Fashion, Inc.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Fundamentals of Digital Film Production ( FILM 20 )

Basic principles of film production including operation of equipment and details involved in making a film from idea development to final production.

Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Introduction to Digital Photography ( PHOT 32 )



Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Introduction to Broadcasting ( R_TV 1 )



Delivery Mode:  On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Introduction to Theatre ( TART 25 )



Delivery Mode:  Online On Campus     Delivery Time:  Day Evening

Instructors

Erik Martinez - Professor Parrish - Georgette Jeppesen - Elias Daughdrill - Linus Lau - Robert Hersh - Ray Sharp - Pete Pearce - Ron Petke - Jeremy Warner - Ken Borgers - Danni-Sue Dittmar - Erik Knorr
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