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Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Digital Filmmaking

The undergraduate Digital Filmmaking program provides you with the cutting-edge skills necessary to make powerful, meaningful and visually compelling films.

Undergraduate Open House – August 2, 2015

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Sunday, August 2, 2015
9:00 am–2:00 pm

Come see what college life is like here, and find out about our bachelor's degree programs. RSVP today.

Fall Open Houses: September 27 and November 8, 2015.

Portfolio Workshop for BFA Programs – August 29, 2015

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Saturday, August 29, 2015
9:00 am–1:00 pm

Roll up your sleeves and get your hands dirty in an art-making workshop. Get a sense of what colleges are looking for in your work, and enjoy lunch on us.
Learn more and RSVP Today.

Fall Portfolio Workshop: November 14, 2015. Registration opens in mid-September.

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Technology Requirements

As a highly technical discipline, the Digital Filmmaking major will require Students to have access to equipment, space and support that can help them in reaching their goals and creating their visions.


  • A Mac Laptop (less than a year old)
  • Access to the Adobe Creative Cloud
  • HD video camera
  • Tripod

The professional field of digital film and video is constantly changing, so students must be flexible to an evolving technological landscape.

Matthew Nash - Digital Filmmaking Faculty

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Matthew Nash, Associate Professor and Chair, Video & Animation  

Matthew Nash is the publisher emeritus of the art magazine Big RED & Shiny and is also half of the artist team Harvey Loves Harvey. In 2013 he released his award-winning documentary film which has screen nationally and internationally, and in 2015 he completed a short science-fiction film.