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Film and Media Art

Film and Media Art 15, 25, and 35 are courses designed to develop critical viewing skills as well as creative skills related to film production. The theory portion of the courses cover a wide array of topics from film history to genre and directorial studies. Building upon theoretical understandings of film, students create video projects inspired by what they've watched and have the opportunity to try a number of different roles related to screenwriting, directing, editing, and camera operating.


Course Pathways


Course Descriptors

Film and Media Art 15

an exploration into film genre, technique, theory, history and world cinema. From studying cinema, students will move towards the process of creating their own films and building a film portfolio.

Film and Media Art 25

Students continue to explore film genre, technique, theory, history and world cinema. From studying cinema, students will move towards the process of creating their own films and building a film portfolio.

Film and Media Art 35

is the final exploration of film genre, technique, theory, history and world cinema. From studying cinema, students will move towards the process of creating their own films and building a film portfolio.