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For more than a century, and across widely different cultures, film has been the primary medium for storytelling, for depicting and exploring the world, and for engaging and shaping the human senses and emotions, memory and imagination. We live in a time in which cinema, the theatrical exhibition of films to a paying public, is no longer the primary venue in which films are consumed. But even as it is being transformed by television, video, and digital media, cinema seems to survive, and...
The department of Film, Video, New Media, and Animation (FVNMA) reaches beyond conventional approaches to media, investigating the possibilities of nonfiction and narrative film and video, moving-image installation, analog and digital animation, interactive art, VR, AR and web-based projects and additionally offering seminar courses in media preservation, curatorial practices, and media art histories. FVNMA students often invent interdisciplinary pathways for the production of hybrid works...
Great filmmakers start with a strong, independent vision, but bringing it to the big screen is all about collaboration. This core major of Columbia’s Cinema Art + Science program trains innovative and creative professionals ready for any production set in the world. You’ll learn the fundamentals of film production and choose specializations including Directing, Cinematography, Animation, Screenwriting, Documentary, Editing, Producing and Cinema Studies.
The BFA is designed specifically as a...
As an undergraduate in Radio/Television/Film, you’ll become fluent in both media production and analysis.
You’ll receive hands-on training in creating, editing and producing innovative media—films, computer animation, and video installations. Student work regularly wins awards in the U.S. and abroad.
You’ll examine media’s role in cultures around the world—past, present and future. You’ll study the history of cinema and broadcast media as you study the social, economic and political...
Students in the School of Cinematic Arts have access to the latest in digital media production equipment plus state of the art audio and video editing software not only on campus but at our 10,000 foot soundstage on the Cinespace Chicago Film Studio lot where we teach classes alongside network television and Hollywood motion picture projects filming in Chicago.
We offer an interdisciplinary media arts education that is grounded in and leaps off the art of the still and moving image. We believe in a rigorous education whose goal is to produce critically aware, historically grounded, globally conscious, and skilled media makers who are unafraid of independent thinking and new media technologies, and seek to make meaningful and powerful interventions in the world.
THE FILMMAKING YOU LOVE, PLUS ADVANCED POST-PRODUCTION SKILLS TO OPEN EVEN MORE DOORS.
In today's increasingly media-focused world, opportunities for film and broadcast professionals abound--and, for those with strong post-production skills, the options can be even broader. In Tribeca Flashpoint's major in Post-Production, students learn marketable post-production skills, in addition to advanced film production and editing, sound design, location audio, digital distribution, film...
The Cinema and Television Producing MFA program at Columbia College Chicago allows students to learn the filmmaking business while collaborating with other filmmakers on professional-level sets.
Learn what makes a story worth telling as you study screenwriting and the financial and legal side of the film business. Gain experience in the film industry while hiring and working with talent. Collaborate with students across programs and disciplines—cinematographers, directors, editors, music...
The Master of Fine Arts In Creative Producing is offered exclusively in Los Angeles, and is the terminal degree for producing in film and television. The program prepares graduates for a successful career in producing, and also a number of entertainment careers as the skill set covers a wide spectrum of occupations such as studio executives, television showrunners, talent agents and managers.
The Master of Science in Film and Television emphasizes technical and creative proficiency in the areas of cinematography, editing, and sound for the screen. This intensive program is designed for students looking to acquire and further professional career skills in film and television. The degree is well-suited for career-changers as well as experienced professionals who want to add new technologies and creative workflows to their expertise.
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