With state-of-the-art facilities and excellence across the College of Fine Arts students have the ability to collaborate with dancers, actors, and musicians on a range of multidisciplinary cinematic endeavors!
The video production and cinema emphasis readies students for a myriad of careers in fields ranging from motion picture, television and documentary film-making to commercial, corporate and web video production. Students will gain hands-on experience as they explore the elements and equipment necessary to create professional video and cinema projects.
Video Production & Cinema Concentration (18 credits)
• AT 234 Directing for the Camera (3)
• AT 334 Production for Video and Cinema 1 (3 )
• AT 434 Postproduction for Video and Cinema 1 (3)
And Choose 9 credits from the following:
• AT 235 Director's Vision (3)
• AT 335 Production for Video and Cinema 11 (3)
• AT 435 Postproduction for Video and Cinema 11 (3)
• AT 337 Cinematography (3)
• AT 339 Screenwriting (3)
• AT 320 Motion Graphics Animation (3)
• AT 363 Topics in Video Production (3-9)
Or Elective As Approved By Chair
*Electives available in live sound, visual effects, international film, documentaries, film theory, and audio production.
Be sure to check out some of our student films shown at our Film Festival, Images in Motion, view our past awards won and our student run film studio 1901 Productions and student run media firm Millikin Creates.
Image from a Fall 2020 class.
Video Production & Cinema Concentration (Credits)
Potential Careers for an Arts Technology Major with a Video Production & Cinema Concentration
- Film and Video Editor
- Production Designer
- Storyboard Artist
- Line Producer
- Video Technician
- Art director for commercial, TV, film, print
- Corporate Media Specialist
- Digital and Social Media Marketer
- Media/Communications Coordinator
- Church/Non Profit Media Director
- Multimedia Artist
- Video Production Manager
- Commercial Video Producer
- Live Event Videographer
- Key Grip
In addition to taking courses in one of the five concentrations, students will learn the foundations of all Arts Technology areas and take courses in business and art entrepreneurship.
Whether you are making a movie or selling a product it all starts with a good story. The Video Production & Cinema concentration provides opportunities for students to work with industry professionals and clients in the classroom giving them multiple “real world” experiences outside of their internship(s) to create commercial content and build IMDB (Internet Movie Database) credit.