The film and photography major balances instruction in applied photography, filmmaking, and video-making with courses in the history, aesthetics, and cultural significance of these art forms. Hollins is the only university in the region to offer a 16mm film production program. Production classes in both photography and film/video are small and are conducted in a supportive atmosphere that emphasizes personal, creative development and technical mastery of craft. Students have many opportunities to exhibit and screen their work to the campus and general public.
In addition to course work in the history of still photography, Hollins provides one of the most extensive programs in film studies in Virginia. Students can take classes that study classic Hollywood cinema, experimental cinema, and world cinema, as well as an array of courses that examine the films of individual directors, such as Ingmar Bergman or Alfred Hitchcock.
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