Bachelor of Science in Film Production
Program Length – 36 months

Associate of Science in Film
Program Length – 18 months

When you begin the career-focused and accredited Associate of Science Degree program at LAFS, you join a unique group of people who understand and share that desire. You’ll explore every aspect of modern filmmaking, from pre- to post-production and everything in between. Get ready — it’s time to tell your story.

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Gear for Every Student

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We outfit you with a retina display Macbook laptop loaded with software including: Avid Media Composer, Final Draft, Movie Magic Budgeting, Movie Magic Scheduling, Adobe Creative Cloud and MS Office so you can take your moviemaking on the move and work on your films anywhere, anytime!*

 

Areas of Focus

The Bachelor of Science in Film Production degree is a 36-month program designed to expose students to the technical, creative and business aspects of filmmaking with a curriculum that focuses on:

  • Film Theory
  • Production
  • Screenwriting
  • Storyboarding
  • Cinematography
  • Directing
  • Production Design
  • Editing and Post Production

Full course list: Bachelor of Science in Film Production

The Associate of Science in Film degree is an 18-month program built around actual industry workflow. Students will learn all aspects of filmmaking with courses that focus on:

  • Film Theory
  • Production
  • Screenwriting
  • Storyboarding
  • Cinematography
  • Directing
  • Editing and Post Production

Full course list: Associate of Science in Film

 

We are the Hollywood connection

It’s no secret: an important part of being successful is being connected. Our location in the center of Hollywood offers our students unparalleled access to entertainment industry professionals who speak with our students and share their insight and experience. Some industry leaders we’ve hosted are Alejandro González Iñárritu, J.K. Simmons, Quentin Tarantino, Samuel L. Jackson, Jason Hall, George A. Romero, Kevin Smith, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jeff Bridges, James Gunn, David O. Russell, and Roman Coppola, among others.

 

Write. Shoot. Direct.

Let’s take a look at your future

There’s more to the entertainment industry than simply flashing lights and fame, awards and red-carpet galas. Entertainment is a business. And as technology continues to change the ways in which we experience the music, movies, games, animation, and media in our lives, there is a greater need for talented and hard-working creative professionals to work behind-the-scenes and make it all happen. Here’s a glimpse into some of the career opportunities that a degree in Film can open to you:

  • Director
  • Script Supervisor
  • Editor
  • Producer
  • Production Designer
  • Production Coordinator
  • Script Supervisor
  • Script Analyst
  • Boom Operator
  • Best Boy
  • Key Grip
  • Camera Assistant

 

*Specific types of gear and gear info subject to change without notice.