LCC Filmmakers Club takes action
By Sejin Lee
Star Productions Filmmakers Club, one of the newest additions to LCC’s club community, was created to help students experience filmmaking.
The club meets every Wednesday at 5 p.m. in Gannon Building room 1419.
“The club members are involved in all aspects of creating films from start to finish,” said Kasey Bailey, vice president of Star Productions Filmmakers Club. “Some of the roles members fill include storyboarding, script writing, camera operation, sound productions, acting and editing.”
The mission statement of the club is to positively represent LCC and its student body by using learned skills to bring education and inspiration to the world through the films they create.
The dream of the club started from one student’s desire to be a part of filmmaking, according to Keri Litwiller, an academic success coach at LCC.
Litwiller and co-success coach Pam Jaymes came up the idea of creating a new club and asked for help from Bonnie Sumbler, an instructor and faculty adviser of the DMAC (Digital Media, Audio and Cinematography) program.
An ongoing project is a promotional trailer for the club. The script and storyboarding are in progress, and the club is setting up schedules for the actual filming with the cameras. After editing, the trailer will be released to the public.
At the same time, the club is drawing a roadmap for future projects, including a music video and some short films.
Star Productions Filmmakers Club is open to all students who want to learn and have fun with making a film.
No experience, pre-requisite class or personal equipment are necessary.
Anyone who is currently an LCC student and would like to learn more about Star Productions Filmmakers Club, please visit www.facebook.com/starproductionsfilmmakersclub.