From motion graphics to video game design, animation is at the forefront of our visual culture. As a student of animation you will be immersed in this expanding art form, while also gaining knowledge and experience with the traditional roots of the art form. You will be taught the skills needed to not merely survive in this culture, but to make an impact and thrive.
In Broadcast-Fusion Media, students look at both traditional careers in radio and TV while also experimenting with its evolution in this ever-changing digital landscape, which includes experience in corporate work, event/sports videography, church media and documentary video. All this takes place inside the Forester Digital Network.
The Film Production major is a real-world filmmaking program at Huntington University. Students work hand-in-hand with our qualified faculty and mentors to gain knowledge on the full spectrum of film positions available, including sound design, cinematography, lighting, screenwriting, producing, and directing. These skills are then used to create semester long film projects and gives students experience with film festival submission.
The Film Studies major is a program that allows you to explore movies and documentaries from both sides of the silver screen — by critiquing what others have produced and by producing and writing films that others will watch while in collaboration with film production majors.