Producers see it all. They understand that creating isn’t always easy. Ideas can’t come to life if they are barred by inadequate funds, improper settings, and legal rights. Producers keep their heads out of the clouds long enough to see the real world barriers that can keep a project on the ground for good. When you choose the Producing emphasis, you'll learn how to become both a key component of the filmmaking process and essential to the disciplines of project development and distribution. You'll explore film from an in-depth business perspective, clearing the way for creative freedom.
What You'll Learn:
When you graduate with a Producing emphasis, you'll be equipped to:
- Use the terminology and practices of the film, TV and emerging media industries
- Navigate through those industries
- Communicate with department heads and crew and be a strong producer whose can articulate a vision
- Budget a feature film or TV project
- Run a film and TV set
- Identify potential legal issues related to film and TV production and distribution
- Option material for potential visual execution
- Pitch a property for potential visual execution
- Critically analyze and assess properties for their literary value
- Market, publicize, and promote a project in the entertainment industries
If you're working toward a BFA Cinema-Television degree, you'll also be able to:
- Demonstrate an ability to produce a weekly multi-camera TV series
- Lead a team through a multi-camera production.
Courses You'll Take:
If you're in the BFA Cinema program with a Producing Emphasis, you must take the following courses:
You must also choose four (4) of the following electives:
If you're in the BFA Cinema-Television program with a Producing Emphasis, you must take the following courses:
You must also choose four (4) courses from the BFA Cinema elective list PLUS two (2) of the following courses:
Practice Like a Professional
If you want to be a professional you have to practice with professional grade equipment. At Columbia College Hollywood, we have it all. From our professional soundstages to the most current, industry-standard equipment, you’ll have everything you need to succeed.
What Our Students Have Produced
Interested in what you might create? Columbia College Hollywood students have countless opportunities to show their skills. Check out some of their work below.
A short film about a woman baking a “special” treat for her husband on Valentine’s Day.
A documentary style short film by director Daniel Ruiz. The film takes viewers through a marine deployment to Iraq with a series of interviews.
Meet Antonio Castillo
Shot like a reality tv show, the short documents Antonio Castillo’s first steps in his transformation from shy and awkward to confident and in control.
Paper and Colored Pencils
Reggie is a young boy experiencing troubles at home. But when he is given an average art assignment, he learns more than he could have ever imagined.
How the Cookie Crumbles
An animated short about a cookie trying to unite with the ever popular glass of milk. He’ll make it, or crumble trying.
Akira’s Hip Hop Shop
All Akira is looking for is a new employee, but when he starts to fall for his new hire things get complicated.
Turn Your Passion Into a Career
Technical Skill + Business Know-How + A Crazy Creative Mind = One Good Looking F
Who You’ll Learn From
Columbia College Hollywood was built by the industry for the industry. That's why we hire industry professionals to teach you everything you need to know. Take a look at who might be teaching you.
What It’ll Cost
We know earning a college degree is no small investment. Take a look at our tuition, financial aid options, and scholarship opportunities. We are committed to helping you get on a path to success.
|Production Insurance and Student Accident Insurance||$495.00||$495.00|
|Total Annual Tuition and Fees||$24,495.00||$12,495.00|