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Cinematic Arts (CNTV)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in SCB105; phone (213) 740-8358.
- YOU MUST ATTEND THE FIRST SESSION of each course or you may be replaced by a student on the waiting list, even if you are registered. If you do not register for a class for which you have D-clearance by the registration deadline, your D-clearance will EXPIRE. School of Cinematic Arts "R" courses change to "D" in the third week of classes, and require both instructor and departmental approval.
Introduction to emerging forms of immersive entertainment, to Cinematic Arts faculty, and to guest speakers who will comment on the changing nature of the industry.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following school(s): School of Cinematic Arts
|17825D||001||Lecture||1:00-3:50pm||Friday||163 of 270||Tara McPherson||NCT|
The practical aspects of entrepreneurial producing in the entertainment industry. Identifying and understanding the pitfalls and benefits of creating one's own projects.
|17834D||001||Lecture||7:00-10:00pm||Tuesday||25 of 32||Jason Berman,|
An investigation of the creative and business sides of television and how they connect, including changes caused by fractionalization and digital technology. Open only to Business Administration (Cinematic Arts) students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Business Administration (Cinematic Arts)
|17815D||001||Lecture||6:00-9:00pm||Wednesday||32 of 43||Scott Stone||SCA110|
A practical, hands-on learning experience in creating media content and turning that content into a myriad of viable businesses.
- Note: CNTV 474 requires a mandatory safety seminar. Contact the SCA Student Production Office at (213) 740-2895 for date and place.
|17844D||001||Lecture||7:00-10:00pm||Wednesday||27 of 60||Diego Berdakin||SCA112|
Individual research and readings. Not available for graduate credit. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Junior, Senior
|17800D||001||2.0-8.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||1 of 15||Michael Renov||OFFICE|
|17802D||001||2.0-8.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 15||Michael Renov||OFFICE|
On-the-job film, television, and interactive industry experience in the areas of interest of the individual student. Requires departmental approval. Duplicates credit in former CTIN 495 and CTPR 495.
|17820D||001||Lecture||TBA||TBA||83 of 100||Kristen Clark||ONLINE||PDF (126325 KB)|
The current state of the television industry and future business paradigms.
|17842D||037||Lecture||7:00-10:00pm||Monday||24 of 35||Eric Schrier||OFF CAMPUS|
Entertainment industry marketing disciplines, covering motion pictures, television, music, theme parks, home entertainment, and video games. Current principles and business practices.
|17808D||037||Lecture||7:00-10:00pm||Tuesday||42 of 45||David Weitzner||SCB104|
Introduction to the historical specificities of "old" media (painting, print, photography, film, video, television) and to consequences of the convergences produced by "new" media forms.
|17835D||037||Lecture||1:00-3:50pm||Tuesday||13 of 15||Henry Jenkins||SCA216||Word (77824 KB)|
Credit on acceoptance of dissertation. Graded IP/CR/NC.
|17838D||037||Lecture||TBA||TBA||2 of 5||OFFICE|