Inland Empire Students Visit Red Studios Hollywood
Filed under: Film & Production
February 1, 2018
Students working toward a Bachelor of Science in Digital Filmmaking & Video Production, as well as students in Photography programs at The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire, a campus of Argosy University, recently visited renowned Red Studios Hollywood, California. The school offers a Bachelor of Science in Digital Photography, an Associate of Science in Digital Photography, and a Diploma in Digital Image Management to prepare students for careers in photography and imaging.
Students viewed Red Circle’s newest camera which is valued at $80,000. They also visited a professional screening room used by the company’s executive producers. The screening room has been utilized by producers of movies including "The Hateful Eight" and "Pacific Rim." The room, equipped for VIP executives, included luxuries such as cushioned reclining seats and a gigantic plasma TV.
Photography and film students were most excited about viewing the studio used for the majority of scenes in the movie "Pacific Rim." The particular studio is recognized in the film industry for its enormous size—it’s nearly the size of a professional football field.
Instructors Bruce Ford and Soudabeh Moradian organized the field trip. The experience allowed students to get a glimpse of careers in media arts and what can be done with a degree in photography, film, or video production from The Art Institute of California—Inland Empire.
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