THEATRE
DIGITAL FILMMAKING
DIGITAL FILMMAKING

Admission:
The Digital Filmmaking Emphasis is intended for students wishing to pursue filmmaking as a career or who are preparing for graduate studies in filmmaking. Admission into the concentration is obtained through film faculty interview each fall semester. There is no guarantee of admittance or continuance in the concentration. Students may decide at any time to return to the general Theatre concentration.

Continuation:
Students in the Digital Filmmaking concentration must complete an annual portfolio review and interview by the film faculty each spring. There is no guarantee of admittance or continuance in the concentration. Students may decide at any time to return to the general Theatre concentration.

Theatre Concentration - Digital Filmmaking Emphasis:

THEATRE 225 Introduction to Production Technology
THEATRE 244 Introduction to Production Design
THEATRE 270A Film Appreciation
THEATRE 271 Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
THEATRE 330 The Short Script
THEATRE 346 Screenwriting I
THEATRE 370 The Video Project
THEATRE 446 Directing for the Camera
THEATRE 471W International Film History
THEATRE 479 American Film History
THEATRE
ELECTIVES
A total of 17 credit hours must be taken to successfully complete this concentration.
  A total of 18 credit hours must be taken within the major at the 300-400 level.
  If a film studies minor is elected, students may not use the same film courses to fulfill requirements in both the major and the minor.