Department Chair: Jerry Mosher
Department Office: University Telecommunications Center (UTC), Room 104
Telephone: (562) 985-5404
Faculty: Jack Anderson (Emeritus), Tom Blomquist, Sharyn Blumenthal, Kent Hayward, Adam Moore, Jerry Mosher, Micheal C. Pounds (Emeritus), Jose Sanchez-H (Emeritus), Helen Hood Scheer.
Administrative Coordinator: Donna Thomas
Academic Advisor: Lorenzo Gutierrez-Jarquin
Instructional Support Technician: Steve Hubbert
Information Technology Consultant: Robert Rhyu
Equipment Room Coordinator: Christopher Maldonado
Producer • Director • Screenwriter • Cinematographer • Film Editor • Sound Designer • Studio Engineer • Production Designer • Visual Effects Designer • Digital Animator • Production Supervisor • Casting Supervisor • Media Educator • Media Archivist • Media Publicist • Production Equipment Specialist (Some of these, and other careers, require additional education or experience. For more information, see www.careers.csulb.edu.)
Film and Electronic Arts is an innovative program that emphasizes both theory and practice. Focusing upon the integration of media and the arts, as well as upon the impact of technology on our culture, the curriculum is designed to provide technical skills while developing a foundation in the arts and the humanities.
The faculty provides a diversity of expertise and interests which cross traditional media lines while integrating film, audio, and video, and digital production modes. Theory and aesthetics are taught as an integral part of the development of production skills.
Incoming freshmen are admitted as “Pre-Film and Electronic Arts” (i.e., Pre-FEA Theory and Practice of Cinema or Pre-FEA Narrative Production). There is no portfolio requirement for incoming freshman applicants. During their first few semesters at CSULB, students will complete lower-division General Education requirements as well as lower-division FEA courses. Continuation in the major is subject to meeting the Major-Specific Declaration Requirements (see below) at CSULB that indicate the student's ability to succeed and complete the major.
For more information regarding the University admissions process for incoming freshmen, please visit: http://web.csulb.edu/depts/enrollment/admissions/freshmen.html
To be considered for admission to one of the options in Film and Electronic Arts, applicants must complete the following
Major-Specific Declaration Requirements:
Incoming transfer students must apply to the University during the initial Fall filing period for the following Fall semester, or August for the following Spring semester. Applicants must indicate their choice of FEA major option on the application (i.e., FEA Theory and Practice of Cinema or FEA Narrative Production). In addition to the University transfer admissions requirements, applicants must complete the following Major-Specific Admissions Requirements to be considered for admission to the major:
For more information regarding the University admissions process for transfer students, please visit: http://web.csulb.edu/depts/enrollment/admissions/transfers.html