Welcome to College Confidential!

The leading college-bound community on the web

Sign Up For Free

Join for FREE, and start talking with other members, weighing in on community discussions, and more.

Also, by registering and logging in you'll see fewer ads and pesky welcome messages (like this one!)

As a CC member, you can:

  • Reply to threads, and start your own.
  • Post reviews of your campus visits.
  • Find hundreds of pages of informative articles.
  • Search from over 3 million scholarships.

USC School of Cinematic Arts Addition

Georgia GirlGeorgia Girl Registered User Posts: 3,771 Senior Member
The major part of the cinematic arts complex at USC in Los Angeles has been completed. It was announced that additions will be made to the already huge complex. These are slated to be completed by August 2010.

Currently under construction are a four level, 38,000 sq. foot animation and digital arts building and three additional production buildings that will house four studio-sized soundstages and a production services center.

Already completed are the George Lucas and Steven Spielberg buildings which include eight screening rooms, 10 classrooms, six editorial labs, 3 mixing rooms, 12 sound and picture editorial rooms, 19 conference rooms, a Foley stage, automated dialogue replacement stage, student production office, faculty offices, exhibition areas, installation space, outdoor spacious patio and cafe.

The entry landscaped courtyard features a bronze statue of Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., one of the founders of school. It was donated by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

Floor plan drawings can be accessed at: USC Cinema - About New Complex Construction

These are highlights from an article by Allison Engel.
Post edited by Georgia Girl on

Replies to: USC School of Cinematic Arts Addition

  • emdjaworskemdjaworsk Registered User Posts: 16 New Member
    Great information, the more I read about USC's program the more I would love to get in. What are the requirements -grades, GPA, SAT scores etc to get in?
This discussion has been closed.