Film Studies Minor
With a film studies minor, you can combine English, theatre, communication, and more to discover a broad range of film elements. You learn about the production, distribution, exhibition, history, and theory of film while absorbing aesthetic, anthropological, cultural, economic, political, and social perspectives.
This interdisciplinary studies minor allows you to explore a variety of genres and approaches to film and to practice analyzing films through in-class discussion, written assignments, and visual production.
If you want to turn this interdisciplinary studies minor into a major, consider Truman’s interdisciplinary studies major.
For more information, please contact a committee member:
- Chair: Amy Norgard (Classics, Classical and Modern Languages Department)
- Carlo Annelli (Italian, Classical and Modern Languages Department)
- Jocelyn Cullity (English and Linguistics Department)
- Sarah Mohler (English and Linguistics Department)
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