Do you consider yourself a film buff? Expand your cinema knowledge even further by pursuing a degree in Film Studies at Minnesota State University Moorhead. Delve into film criticism, history and theory, and gain a superior understanding of countless genres, directors and adaptions. You’ll also become actively involved in community film projects and festivals.
Film Studies students are required to take at least one production class. By doing so, you’ll gain a new perspective for conducting film analysis.
You’ll study film history, film theory and media criticism, along with international cinema, film appreciation, adaptations, director studies and genre studies. The vast amount of material covered will help open your eyes to the widespread world of film.
Apply what you’ve learned through active involvement in community film projects, such as campus film festival programming, the Fargo Film Festival and community production projects.
Our award-winning faculty have an ideal combination of industry and teaching experience. They’ve been in your shoes and will work with you to ensure you find success in your film endeavors.
Film & Animation Student Success Stories
Senior Kevin Morales-Hernandez had the opportunity to spend his summer in California at the Television Academy Foundation.
Simone LeClaire’s films are a study of self-expression and exploration. The MSUM film production graduate is a recipient of the Jerome Hill Artist Fellowship.
Enhance your education outside the classroom through a variety of experiential learning opportunities designed specifically for Film Studies majors.
MSUM’s film studies program provides you with a well-rounded understanding of film allowing you to analyze and appreciate films from various perspectives. Participation in film projects and festivals you gain practical experience and network with industry professionals. Here is just a sample of film studies careers that are predicted to have job growth through this decade.
What Are Some Common Film Studies Related Careers?
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