Students in Film & Media program develop skills in media analysis, historical research, and theoretical application. Our students also make creative work in a range of modes and media from storytelling with digital video to experimental forms on film. The program propels students to actively engage and explore social, cultural, and systemic questions and problems using cameras and screens to reconsider and deconstruct existing structures and norms.
The Pulse of Film & Media
At 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 18 in Stager Hall's Stahr Auditorium Assistant Professor of Religion Rachel Feldman will screen a preview of her documentary film and says she "would love to have faculty and...Read More
Israeli filmmaker El-ad Cohen and his co-director, Iris Ben Moshe, are on campus Feb. 14-15 as Franklin & Marshall College’s 2019 DeRoy Jewish Artists in Residence.Read More
Before the silver ceremonial shovels broke the earth to officially begin construction of the College’s visual arts center March 27, Franklin & Marshall President Daniel R. Porterfield thanked and...Read More