Los Angeles Film Studies Center
Hollywood is the largest influence in the international film industry. Come evaluate this cultural powerhouse by studying at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center! Core courses help students explore the role of faith in the entertainment industry; students also create a festival-ready piece in a Hollywood Production Workshop. All students experience an internship for at least 20 hours a week in some aspect of the film and television business. The program takes advantage of its prime location in the middle of L.A.’s film production scene and provides students with the latest filmmaking technology for their projects!
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Participation in this program does not meet cross-cultural requirements.
Required courses include: Internship: Inside Hollywood (6 credits), Hollywood Production Workshop (4 credits), Faith and Artistic Development in Film (3 credits). Students choose one elective: Narrative Storytelling (3 credits), Professional Acting for the Camera (3 credits), Professional Screenwriting (3 credits), Professional Acting for the Camera (3), Independent Study (3 credits).
Because of the high cost of this program, participation is capped at 9 students per academic year.
Messiah tuition, room, plus $1,700 off-campus study fee.
Fall 2014 – January 15, 2014
Spring 2015 – April 1, 2014
Begin the application process here!
“The most rewarding & interesting part of my experience at the Los Angeles Film Studies Center was working as an intern for 20th Century Fox Music. I was able to attend scoring sessions for "Family Guy", "The Simpsons", and "A Night at the Museum", where I had the chance to observe and meet legenday composer Alan Silvestri, of "Forrest Gump" and "Back to the Future" fame.”