The Film and Media major is devoted to the interdisciplinary study of film, television and new media. Courses focus on the histories and theories of cinematic, electronic and digital media in addition to providing the opportunity for practical experience in film/media production.
The School of Film, Media, & Theater offers a professionalized dual degree program for BA Film students aspiring for advanced honors-level and MA thesis production.
The Masters in Film, Video, and Digital Imaging has two tracks: Production and Critical Studies. The Production track provide students with hands-on experience in the production of moving-image works and emphasize the aesthetic and narrative dimensions of moving image works. The Critical Studies track examines problems in the theory and history of moving images.
The doctoral program in Moving Image Studies is specifically designed to provide students with the conceptual and methodological tools to study the complex and vastly expanded moving image environment of the 21st century, where the boundaries separating cinema, television, and new media are breaking down.
The School of Film, Media, & Theater in the College of The Arts offers a professionalized dual degree program for BA Film students aspiring for advanced honors-level and MA thesis production.
liquid blackness is a research group on blackness and aesthetics composed of graduate students and alumni of the Moving Image Studies program and is coordinated by Dr. Alessandra Raengo.
The purpose of the group is to create critical encounters around art and develop innovative tools to analyze the mercurial ways in which blackness is encountered in our contemporary visual and sonic culture.