Students who minor in Film/Video will graduate with the fundamental practical and theoretical skills needed to express themselves creatively through motion media. The Film/Video Department offers a 15-credit minor to undergraduates from all departments, consisting of 9 studio-based credits in the Film/Video department, 3 credits in a history of film/video course, and 3 credits in a media theory course.
Please contact Kara Hearn, Assistant Chair in the Film/Video Department for more information (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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Film/Video Minor, 2018
- Minor Requirement 1
- Minor Requirement 2
Complete one of the following FVID Electives.FVID-110 Fiction IORFVID-201 Nonfiction Video IORFVID-205 Expanded CinamaORFVID-220 Sound for Film/VideoORFVID-251 Fx, Tricks + PixORFVID-253 The Material of FilmORFVID-270 Strange Loop:Video Gesture & FeedbackORFVID-302 Fiction IIORFVID-305 Cinematography + Lighting DesignORORFVID-321 Editing and PostORFVID-350 Dreams, Memories & HallucinationsORORFVID-370 Multimedia InstallationORFVID-371 Film + FashionOR
- Minor Requirement 3
- Minor Requirement 4
Complete 3 credits of Humanities and Media Studies coursesHMS-340B Tpcs Cinema/Media Stds: Myth Into Film FilmORHMS-340D Tpcs Cinema/Media Stds: Cin and New Med New MediaORHMS-432A Topics in Gender Studies: Feminist Film and Film Theory Thought, Politics, and CreativityORHMS-440A Topics in Cinema/Media Studies: Film's True Stories: Biography, Historical Fiction and DocumentaryORHMS-440B Topics in Cinema/Media Studies: Cinema And the Modern City Fiction, and DocumentaryORHMS-440E Topics in Cinema/Media Studies: The Poetics of Cinema Fiction, and DocumentaryORHMS-440F Topics in Cinema/Media Studies: Women In International Cinema Fiction, and DocumentaryORHMS-440K Intensive Film TheoryORHMS-440I Topics in Cinema/Media Studies:Film SoundORHMS-440S Special Topics in Cinema and Media StudiesORHMS-441A Global Cinema