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Los Angeles City College

Los Angeles, United States

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Cinema-Television Department
Communications Center
855 N. Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, California 90029
United States

Tel. +1 323-953-4000, ext. 2627
Email. via the contact form

Are foreign students accepted?

Courses Offered
Diploma (2 Years), Short Beginner Courses, Short Professional Courses, Other

Unknown (add info)

Camera Formats Used
MiniDV, 16mm

Post-Production Systems Used
Final Cut Pro, Flatbed Film Editing, ProTools, Other

Average Age of Equipment
11 - 20 Years

Reviews of Los Angeles City College

Bob Former Student, 27-Sep-2007
The program is getting a little moribund. Nearly all of the teachers are from the same generation and have been teaching there for a long time. Their interest level/enthusiasm seems low and some of their perspectives seem a little dated. On the bright side, there are a couple of new instructors who are excellent. The main reasons to go here are: 1. You cannot afford film school 2. It's in the middle of Hollywood, so you can make your own opportunities if you want to work in Hollywood.
Allen Ross Former Student, 02-Apr-2004
Great school for film and television, If you are interested in film check this school out!
Christopher Current Student, 05-Feb-2002
New student at LACC in the Spring 2002 semester and I started with the first 3 cinema classes. I will comment on this school as the semester continues. Regardless, this is a good choice for California residents and others interested in (but not necessarily commited to) film and television. Everthing seems to be in place but if you want that expensive university look than go pay $10,000+ a year elsewhere.

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Guide to Film School Ratings


Awesome - this school rocks!


Good - worth the effort.


Adequate - you'll learn something useful.


Poor - but beggars can't be choosers.


Dire - don't waste your time!


Unrated - the jury is still out

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