FILM AND MEDIA STUDIES
The Center for Film and Media Studies offers courses in the history, aesthetics, and theory of film, video, and new media. Additionally, we offer creative production courses in digital video and 16mm film. Undergraduates can earn a major in English with a concentration in Film and Media Studies by following what we call the Film and Media Studies Model. It provides crucial knowledge and analytical skills for the study and production of art and culture, as well as the core strengths of a humanities education. Our Graduate program follows a model in Film and Media Studies through the Department of English that allows for advanced study in film theory, history, analysis and production.
About Our Faculty
Our faculty is actively engaged in significant film and media studies research, publication, and production. Their specialties include a full range of world cinema, comic book art and the graphic novel, digital and hypermedia, and the making of video and film art. See the full list of faculty >>
For more information of Film and Media Studies, please contact the director:
Professor Maureen Turim
Turlington Hall 4330
P: (352) 294-2835