CSULB film professors speak on the importance of the ongoing fight for better pay and benefits by unionized writers and actors.
Tag: Film and Electronic Arts Department
Chair of the Film and Electronic Arts, Adam Moore, is looking to make waves at The Beach with a renovated UTC in production and a new curriculum for incoming students.
Lights, camera, action? Not yet. First: pitch, write and revise. Students get creative in the Film and Electronic Arts Department as they learn to screen-write under the guidance of professors and write their own pilot.
New Filmmakers LA is “filling the void,” for new creators and filmmakers by providing themed film festivals and a supportive environment for arts and life.
Newly appointed Film and Electronic arts Department Chair Adam Moore shares details about experience at LBSU so far.
Long Beach State filmmakers will show their original films made before and during the coronavirus pandemic as part of the Film and Electronic Arts Department’s latest virtual showcase, premiering live on Feb. 11.
In this episode of Beach Weekly Arts, host Suzane Jlelati sits down with CSULB film student Cathy Bui to discuss her production company room306 in a recurring segment known as Design Brief. Bui, along with three high school friends, were given the opportunity to develop professional video content during Bui’s freshman year of college. They have gone from storyboarding in a dorm room to creating advertising and marketing content for professional clients.
CSULB students received a number of awards this year, including first place for documentary and narrative.