Integrated Media Corps is an on-campus internship experience that facilitates apprehension of the technical skills in shooting, editing, and posting films.
Film Society was developed in conjunction with the Student Senate and is an opportunity to provide intellectual context for the campus film screenings.
The Experience at Comic-Con gives students the opportunity to conduct ethnographic research to study the pop culture and fan culture of Comic-Con International. Students travel to San Diego for an experience uniquely pairing education and fun.
FLIC (CINE 270) units accompany selected courses in several disciplines, presenting students with the opportunity to do additional research in Cinema Studies and earn credit for that work.
Students work with faculty members from the Cinema Studies minor to design and complete a project that expands on a course topic. Students, the Cinema Studies faculty, and the faculty member of the course work together to design the FLIC experience.
The Summer Screenwriting Institute combines workshopping with instruction by professional screenwriters and producers with a shared emphasis on story from concept to images. Past workshops have focused on the development of an hour-long drama script, documentary filmmaking, and internet TV pilots, and have included the talents such as Lauren Schmidt Hissrich '00, who has written for The West Wing, Private Practice, Parenthood, and the new NBC drama Do No Harm.