Resources & Equipment 

Fall 2019 Production Students:  
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  • The Film & Media Studies Equipment Room, located in Stager Hall 027

Film & Media Studies production courses explore and employ a wide variety of cameras and production tools using the latest digital video technology.  Our Canon DSLRs offer our introductory students a solid foundation in film fundamentals and high definition video through a familar form factor. Advanced and independent study students have access to camera packages ranging from  Sony's cutting edge mirrorless cameras, Canon's documentary-friendly "C" cameras, and Black Magic's Ursa Mini Pro - a filmmaker favorite taking you from HD to 4K and beyond.  Our Bolex camera packages offer interested students the unique experience of working with 16mm film in a 21st century produciton environment.

The department also has an array of professional production ancillary equipment - Manfrotto tripods, Fig Rig handheld devices, Zoom audio recorders, Sennheiser shotgun microphones, Sony wireless mic systems, and Lowell lighting packages.  All that a student needs to create a polished and professional video project is available for check-out in our equipment room.

 

Film & Media Studies Faculty & Staff

Professor of Film and Media Studies
Art, Art History and Film, Art, Art History and Film

717-358-4297

qvex.rvgmra@snaqz.rqh

Office: Shadek Fackenthal Library 211C

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Visiting Instructor of Film & Media Studies
Art, Art History and Film, Art, Art History and Film

717-358-4360

fbavn.zvfen@snaqz.rqh

Office: Shadek-Fackenthal Library

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Associate Professor & Director of Film and Media Studies
Art, Art History and Film, Art, Art History and Film, International Studies

717-358-5809

wrerzl.zbff@snaqz.rqh

Office: SFL 211B

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Audio/Visual Technical Manager
Art, Art History and Film