School of Film

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There's a story you need to tell, an image you've imagined, or a cinematic discovery or technique you'd like to explore. Whether your medium is animation or digital video and film, the programs in the School of Film are dedicated to helping you bring your ideas to life. You'll work closely with award-winning faculty and other creative students to develop your skills, understand the rich history of your medium, and express your personal vision as you immerse yourself in a challenging and rewarding career.

Do you have a passion for screenwriting, story structure and character development? If so, the BFA in Writing for Film + Television program or Screenwriting minor could be just what you need to develop your visual storytelling and scriptwriting skills.

Animation student


Animation offers a challenging and dynamic environment that will support your evolution into a well-rounded contemporary artist.

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Film + Animation

The Film + Animation program at UArts allows you to explore the possibilities of both disciplines.

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Film + Video

The Film + Video program provides you with an environment where traditional ideas about moving images are challenged.

Film Design + Production

This University-wide program explores the creative and artistic areas of production design involved in filmmaking.

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Photo + Film Media

Graduates of the Photo + Film Media program will be poised to break new ground, creating inventive and exciting hybrid works yet to be imagined.

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CAMD College-Wide Programs

Programs include the new BFA in Game Art, Illustration and Photo + Film Media.

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CAMD Core Studies

Students in the College of Art, Media & Design meet in Core Studies studio courses to create, explore and experiment.

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University Common Curriculum

Cross-university curriculum that emphasizes interdisciplinary thinking and collaborative processes.