Are you looking to develop your film and broadcast skills? Majoring in film is a great way to do this. In recent years, film has become more and more popular as an area of study. It is becoming more usual for a film school to offer more hands-on experience, which is an important aspect in filmmaking. Prepare for a career in cinematography, film production, photography or the visual arts as you earn your film degree.
What does a film student learn?
- How to make movies
- Different roles of each person on a film set
- Study movies to learn from the production choices
- Film editing
- Sound design
Most film programs offer courses in the following areas:
- History and theory
- Critical thinking
- Fundamentals of film, video, and television production
- American film
- International cinema
- Post production skills
Are you a visual, creative, observant, patient individual who works well with others? Do you thrive under pressure? If so, film could be the major for you!
Here are a few film programs to look into as you begin your search:
- Bachelor’s, Post Production Degree at Tribeca Flashpoint College in Chicago, IL.
- BFA, Flimmaking at New York Film Academy in New York, NY
- BFA, Film and Television at Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, GE.
- BA, Film + Digital Media at UC Santa Cruz in Santa Cruz, CA
- Associate, Film and Broadcast at Tribeca Flashpoint College in Chicago, IL.
- Associate, Film Studies at Burlington College in Burlington, VT.
- Associate, Film Production at Santa Barbara City College in Santa Barbara, CA.