CSF's moving image arts department offers a comprehensive program that integrates film and digital production with critical studies and writing. We are committed to developing a creative environment where students can produce personal and creative work.
Students are encouraged to produce work that challenges the prevailing political, cultural, and aesthetic conventions. The studio-based curriculum is supported by a strong academic foundation that emphasizes social awareness and personal responsibility.
The program looks toward traditional and alternative modes of expression as a means of creative storytelling, and students are always encouraged to think critically about artistic work. At the center of the program is the aspiring artist working to find his or her voice.
The moving image arts department is housed in the Greer Garson Communications Center, one of the finest student production facilities in the country. Garson Studios, which houses two professional sound stages, a back lot, and production offices, is connected to the department and offers students a unique opportunity to intern and work on A-list movies. Recent productions include “No Country for Old Men,” “North Country,” and “Brothers.”