Students explore the five key disciplines of filmmaking. As the semesters progress, students choose to specialize in two of the following disciplines, giving their portfolio the kind of focus necessary to launch a career as a professional filmmaker.
Explore the possibilities of storytelling, giving you both the narrative craft and visual techniques necessary to bring a story to life on the screen.
Expand your range of film-making techniques while you learn to work in teams and co-create with outside writers.
Combine cutting edge techniques, like green screen and visual effects, with the ingenuity to solve production challenges.
Specialize in two of five key creative streams to build yourself into a multi-talented professional.
Dedicate your time and energy to final projects, high-quality short film that will form the basis of your professional reel.
Complete the filming of final projects, and focus on employment preparation and advanced electives.
Write a synopsis of a film project that your are passionate about making (no longer than one page). Provide the film genre and utilize references to other movies to explain how you would make the film. Explain the concept, vision or idea. In addition, provide a 1-page (maximum) outline of the story.
Optional: If you have made a film before, please submit a copy or a link to the film online (no more than two films). Ensure that you specify your involvement in the film, as well as any screenings or awards.