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Film and Video Production

Equipment & Facilities

 Editing

The more things change, the more things stay the same. Having the most up-to-date equipment and facilities for students is an important and integral part of the learning experience. As a program, however, we also understand that regardless of what camera you shoot on or what editing software you use, good storytelling is still the goal.

Undergraduate students in the BFA Film and Video program use Bolex and Arri-S 16mm cameras, as well as a range of pro-sumer flash card HD video cameras such as the Panasonic HMC-150. A variety of location lighting, grip, and sound recording equipment is provided for classroom assignments and student projects. Editing facilities consists of two non-linear digital editing labs using Final Cut Pro editing software and Macintosh computer systems. In addition, the department has two large lecture classrooms that can project film or video, two production studios with lighting and grip equipment, a "black box" theatre space that can also project film or video, and a resource center / conference room.