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Students record together in a film studio


Film is an incredible art form capable of capturing moments, authentic or staged, and making them eternal. It’s a way of bringing art to life and sharing it with others. It’s also a means of documenting real life experiences and preserving significant events for future generations to view. Film classes teach students to appreciate film in the context of society, history, and politics. Students will also learn critical thinking and other essential skills.

Participation in film studies is beneficial to students whether they’re planning to transfer to a four-year college to pursue an advanced degree, or enter the workforce immediately upon graduation.