Film and Media Arts

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Regardless of area of specialty, ambitious and motivated students can pursue internships in Dallas, Los Angeles, New York and other major cities.

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Students have the opportunity to participate in the Division’s biennial full-length feature film project, produced by students with the mentorship of industry-respected faculty.

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Students can gain hands-on access to equipment the very first year and can hone their craft in scriptwriting, directing, producing, lighting, audio recording and more.

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Alumni projects have included work on Lincoln, August Rush, Jurassic Park, Supernatural, King of the Hill, Wishbone, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone and other well-known productions.

Facilities

The Division of Film and Media Arts is located in the Umphrey Lee Building, which houses faculty offices; classrooms; audio, video and film production and media support areas.

Students work and study in nonlinear video editing labs, graphics labs storage and equipment checkout, digital audio editing rooms, a recording studio, an audio mixing suite, viewing rooms, a seminar room and production classrooms.

Two additional screening classrooms equipped for film, video and DVD projection are located in the Greer Garson Theatre Building, and a shooting stage is located in McFarlin Auditorium.

Areas of Study

Advertising

Art

Art History

Arts Management and Arts Entrepreneurship

Communication Studies

Creative Computation

Dance

Film and Media Arts

Undergraduate Studies

Graduate Studies

Classes

Facilities

Jones Film and Video Collection

Owen Fine Arts Center

Umphrey Lee Center

Faculty and Staff

Summer Film Production

Student Opportunities

Internships

Alumni

SMU Meadows Licensed Music Rights

Journalism

Music

Theatre