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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.  

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There’s no better way to get a sense of what the DMA department is like than to view our student’s work! Through the DMA YouTube page we’re constantly updating our videos to reflect what are students are doing and all majors are categorized for easy access.

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Student film receives “Best of Fest” and “Best Actor”

Redshift, a film produced by Huntington University students, took home “Best of Fest” and “Best Actor” at the Windy City International Film Festival on June 30 in Chicago, Illinois.

Writer, director and editor Benjamin Crane; producers Zachary McIntyre and Joseph Walls; and actors Chris Holder and Kelsey Jaffer represented the film at the festival. The first-year festival showcased 76 films, both short and feature length, and had over 100 filmmakers and actors in attendance.

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