Advanced production and post-production techniques including sync sound production and editing, music editing, and preparing for the final mix in 16mm and 35mm film production. Emphasis on individual student projects.
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.
This course is an introduction to production and postproduction sound for various mediums including motion pictures, television, and new media. Basic techniques common to these mediums will be covered including analog and digital recording, audio editing, sound design, and mixing.
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.
A course in which students will gain practical experience while participating in a variety of concert touring productions in any of the following: assistant project coordinator, assistant lighting designer, audio assistant, or assistant master electrician.
A course in which students will gain practical experience while participating in a variety of concert productions in any of the following: prep crew, load in crew, running crew, strike crew, lighting crew, or sound crew.
This is an intermediate-level course that teaches picture and sound editing skills. Advanced editing concepts such as pace, rhythm, and tempo will be explored through screenings, lectures, and student-made projects. Special attention will be paid to the role of digital technologies in film/video postproduction.
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.
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.
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.
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
Provides students with a basic overview of the aesthetics and techniques required in the production of studio based multiple camera video programs. The topics include studio and control room operations, directing, crew responsibilities, operation of video and audio equipment, lighting, video graphics and sound mixing. Projects consist of hands-on experiences in several video studio production situations performed in the Glendale College Television Studio (GCTV Studio.)
Study of the art and techniques of audio recording for film and video with emphasis on pre-production and production in studio and on location. Examines the aesthetics of design and the technologies of analog and digital audio through manipulation of sound in the aural and recorded environment.
This course will serve as an introduction to motion picture editing, taking students through the history and craft of film and video editing by analyzing significant works. Students will apply their knowledge of editing techniques using Final Cut Pro. Students may elect to take the optional Final Cut Pro X 10.3 Apple Certification examination upon completion of this course. (Formerly TH 193) Transfer Credit: CSU
Delivery Mode: On Campus
Delivery Time: Day Evening
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.
Nonfiction concepts, principles, and techniques as related to the production of a documentary video. Examination of the historical roots in nonfiction film and television with emphasis on production work in documentary formats.
Advanced techniques in nonfiction film and television, including cinematography, sound, lighting, post-production editing, and directing. Analysis of the modern film and television documentary with emphasis on production of a completed documentary video.
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
An introduction to technical theatre. Includes the creation of scenic elements, painting, set construction, set movement, prop construction, backstage organization, stage management, lighting, and sound techniques. Practical experience through lab and crew.
A course in which students will gain practical crew lead experience while participating in a variety of productions in any of the following: lighting crew lead, sound crew lead, running crew lead, or rigging and automation crew lead.
A course in which students will gain practical experience while participating in a variety of live theatre productions in any of the following: lighting crew, sound crew, or rigging and automation crew.