Create the stories worth telling through film
As a film student at Huntington University, you will engage storytelling and creativity head-on. You will receive a foundation of storytelling and digital filmmaking techniques that will enable you to produce and direct both live-action and documentary films that reflect faith and speak truth to culture at large. A wide range of practical experiences will provide you with tools and knowledge you need to enter a career in filmmaking, from film internships to studio work to mentorship from HU alumni.
Be part of making HU films and make professional connections along the way that will last a lifetime.
“One of my biggest passions in life is creating works of art. Constantly, I use my creativity, and I have been drawing and painting for as long as I can remember! Graphic design is a great way for me to apply that love of art into a career in the future.”
Film Production Capstone Curriculum
As a film production capstone student at HU, you will have access to the Martin Center for Digital Media Arts. Fully equipped for any filmmaking experience you desire, the department houses green screen studios, editing labs, a screening room, and both sound design and Foley workspaces. You will also have access to the newest DSLR cameras, LED lighting, sound recorders, and HU’s RED cinema camera.
This fully-immersed, hands-on learning experience will equip you with mentors to help you gain knowledge of the full spectrum of film positions available in the job market. Professional experience is available as well through the DMA’s entrepreneurial portal.
- Digital Media Arts
- Production 1: Digital Media
- Production 2: Sound and Picture
- The Art of Editing
- Production 3: Production Design
- Production 4: Cinematography
- TV Studio Production
- Introduction to Screenwriting
- Understanding Cinema
- Junior Film: Directing and Producing
- Production 5: Documentary Film
- Faith, Film, and Culture
If you're interested in studying film in the Digital Media Arts department at Huntington University, consider applying for the DMA Film Grant