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The Film, Video + Integrated Media program at Emily Carr utilizes a collaborative model of interdisciplinary learning and technical skill development, encouraging students to craft their education and to pursue their own interests in cinema and gallery based practices. Courses combine collaborative and individual studio work, technical instruction, theory, critical analysis, history, storytelling, professional practices and internships in community, gallery and industry media placements.
What makes Emily Carr stand out is that you are constantly being empowered to create content, and that’s key.” Kevan Funk (’11)
Our creative and skilled graduates enter a diversity of professional media arts fields such as film and video production, sound art and design, communications, new media, gallery exhibition, education, advertising, entertainment and beyond. Skills developed include innovative approaches to production and post for narrative, experimental, and documentary filmmaking as well as installation practices. Specific course offerings include digital, analog and hand-made film, installation, sound, performance art, cinematography and set design.