Cameras Rolling on a New Semester of Film Club

Ava Rosario | Writer



LCCC’s Film Club is gearing up for a semester full of productions, and they’re looking for new members to help.

Film club members review the script for an upcoming promo video.

“We are working on three major projects,” said Film Club President Frankie Czine. “One being a promo, one being a short film, as well as a poem project.”


Current members have already begun pre-production on the promo. From writing, to set design, to acting, every student of every skill level can contribute.


That’s what Czine appreciates most about Film Club.


“This is a place for anyone to come in, share ideas, and just have fun with the medium of film,” he said. “Even if they’re not trying to become the next big actor, producer, or audio engineer, it’s a creative outlet for students outside of class.”


Advisor Wendy Barron agrees.


“It doesn't matter what your major is,” she said. “It’s an opportunity to connect with other students, be creative, and have fun.”

Though all majors are welcome, students enrolled in TV/Film, Visual Media, and related programs will benefit from the networking, skills, and portfolio content they develop.


The club isn’t limited to just production; students can look forward to watching and critiquing movies in a weekly film series.


Film Club is also open to remote students, offering a Discord group and Zoom meetings for those that still want to connect from home. Interested students can contact Wendy Barron at wbarron@lccc.edu.


Those simply curious can attend a meeting anytime at the WXLV Lab, held every Thursday at 2:30 p.m.


“We appreciate anyone,” Czine said. “Anyone coming in just to help out, just to chill, and anything in between.”