Film Production Courses


Be a Film and Media Maker at Emory

Emory offers more courses in film production and media making than you can take in your undergraduate career.

Department Courses

FILM 107

Intro to Digital Video

FILM 300R

Filmmaking Practicum

FILM 378RW Screenwriting
FILM 376 Narrative Fiction Filmmaking I
FILM 377 Narrative Filmmaking II
FILM 385 Documentary Filmmaking I
FILM 399 Internship/Filmmaking Projects
FILM 407 Content Creation *
FILM 479 Filmmaking Capstone

* for Concentration in Film and Media Management students only

Related Courses

Also available through the Department of Film and Media Studies:

Anthropology

Training in ethnographic filmmaking. (ANT 385 Special Topics when Ethnographic Cinema)

Creative Writing

An array of writing courses including Screenwriting (378RW).

Polical Science

Course in videoactivism. (POLS 386: Special Topics when Guerilla Political Videography)

Theater

Acting, set buiilding, costume design, including acting for the camera.

Sample Schedule

In addition to other electives, an ideal training in filmmaking for an Emory student might include:

Freshman 107 Intro to Digital Video
378RW Screenwriting
Sophmore 300R Filmmaking Practicum
385R Documentary Filmmaking I
Junior 376 Narrative Fiction Filmmaking I
377 Narrative Filmmaking II
Senior 407 Content Creation*
479 Filmmaking Capstone
Electives Videoactivism, acting for camera, ethnographic film and photography. See Related Courses on this page for additional electives.

* for Concentration in Film and Media Management students only

Student Films

Production Tutorials