Late Start Class in Film & TV Production I begins Feb.10

Lights. Camera. Action! Have fun while earning college credits in the Film &Television Production I class to begin at NCC on Feb.10. Some seats are still available. No experience is needed.

This “late start” class begins after the regular Spring semester has commenced and runs for 12 weeks. It meets on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6 to 8:30 p.m. in NCC’s on-campus production studio.

Graduates of NCC’s Film & Television Production Associate degree program and Certificate program are employed by local and national news/TV organizations including Cable News 12, A&E, NBC Universal and ESPN, as well as a number of area corporations and production companies. Career counseling and job placement assistance are available.

“The  class is pretty much all hands-on and we cover everything from the basics of scripting and storyboarding to Avid Media Composer editing and even live multi-camera studio production,” said Peter Gould, program coordinator and adjunct professor. “Classes are taught by working industry professionals.  There are no prerequisites and we don’t assume any pre-existing knowledge for this class.  If you own your own gear you’re welcome to use it and we also have loaner equipment.”

You can take the individual class, take several classes that lead to a Certificate in Film & Television Production, or even get a full Associate Degree designed to easily transfer to a four-year college or university or film school.

To learn firsthand from students and alumni about their course experience, view this student-created video below:                              

To view a 30-second TV commercial made by an NCC Film & TV student, go to: ).

For the official course description for Film & TV Production 1:

Interested?  You can apply online here: