Called to Create
The Digital Media Arts department trains students majoring in Film, Broadcasting, or Animation to tell stories which reflect the human experience, from an honest and engaging perspective. Through a studio environment, students work closely under the mentorship of award-winning faculty, learn industry standard equipment, and explore both the craft and art of their chosen field.
The department’s goal is to continually challenge students to examine their art, faith, work, and personal life so that such refinement will gain them adaptive skills that will last a lifetime. Alumni from the department have started their own successful studios, work in the Hollywood industry, and impacted countless audiences with their stories.
Four Degree Options
Film & Broadcast Academy
When you attend the Film & Broadcast Academy, you will learn one-on-one from award-winning faculty, collaborate with other aspiring artists, meet industry professionals, and leave with both a short film and broadcast segment for your portfolio. You’ll also critique films, hang out on HU’s campus, take field trips, and showcase your work at Family Preview Night. If you’re interested in a career in filmaking or broadcasting, our academy is for you!
The American Advertising Federation of Fort Wayne acknowledged Huntington University’s School of the Arts with 16 awards at its annual Fort Wayne Advertising Honors event on February 25. The competition recognizes advertising creative…Read More
Huntington University’s Arizona Center for Digital Media Arts is pleased to announce that its first short film, The Amazing Mortimer, has been selected to participate in the 2017 Phoenix Film Festival. The film will premiere at the…Read More
Huntington University is pleased to announce 18 students and one former HU faculty have been selected to receive awards at the 2017 Broadcast Educators Awards Festival of Media Arts.Read More
Huntington University’s Digital Media Arts department will host its second annual Forester High School Film Festival on May 6, 2017. The festival is a part of the larger Forester Film Festival, the university’s yearly screening and gallery event.Read More