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MASC

The MASC, or “Media Arts Student Committee,” is an organization dedicated to providing a forum for students involved in the media arts to network, share ideas, and help each other on projects both in school and out. While currently just focused on the media arts degrees (broadcasting, cinema and media arts), we hope to eventually branch out and en-compass all art-related departments. Meetings take place every Wednesday at 6:00 PM in CC4. Each meeting discusses up-coming events that are open to anyone who is interested. Among the ideas proposed for the future are weekly writer’s groups, screenings of movies, and field trips.

Student ProjectsThere is a biweekly newsletter that presents, in irreverent form, not only what the MASC is up to, but what is happening in the industry at large, with weekly columns of movie reviews from a variety of members. Outsiders are welcome to contribute. The MASC bulletin board will be updated on a weekly basis. If you are interested in becoming a member of the MASC, feel free to stop by any of our meetings. We’ll be glad to have you.

Download MASC Application: [Word Doc] or [PDF]

 

IDEAS AND THE LAVC MASC
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THE EDUCATIONAL FILM SOCIETY

A group dedicated to showcasing the best of the past and present, followed by lively discussions.

CassablancaEvery week, the Educational Film Society will be showing at least three films in our following series:

  • INSPIRED BY… (alternating Sundays at 2 PM). See movies inspired by other movies, such as West Side Story and Romeo & Juliet; Cyrano de Bergerac and Roxanne and more!
  • MOVES YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN… (alternating Sundays at 2:00 PM). These are the famous and not so famous movies that you should have seen but probably have not
  • NOT AVAILABLE ON REGION ONE… (Thursdays at 7:00 PM). These are movies not currently available on DVD in the US or Canada. Some have never been released on DVD at all
  • The Joe & Eric Show… (Friday nights as part of Coffee Lab at 7:00 PM). View the complete versions of movies spoken of in Cinemas 105 and 107 JOIN US NOW!!!

PLEASE CONTACT FACULTY ADVISOR DAN WATANABE AT WATANABEDAN-LAVC@YAHOO.COM

 

 

 

Los Angeles Valley College

Media Arts Department
Los Angeles Valley College
5800 Fulton Avenue
Valley Glen, CA 91401
[818] 947-2600 x5503

   
   
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