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Mass Communication: The Film School at NNU
The official degree is called "Mass Communication", but what that means at NNU is "Film School!"
This is where you learn to write, produce, shoot, direct, and edit professional movies, videos and television programs.
But this isn't a technical school where you only learn how to push buttons. Our motto is "Fusing Art and Literature", and in that process we spend a lot of time talking about the philosophy and theory of visual storytelling.
We watch hundreds of movies to figure out what works and what doesn't.
We discover the history, law, ethics, and business of filmmaking.
We learn to tell stories, and we learn to tell them well.
Of course, we also learn to shoot. In four years you'll spend hundreds of hours on professional film sets, both producing your own work and as part of large collaborative crews.
This is film school. It's not about pushing buttons. It's about learning how and when and why to push those buttons to tell meaningful stories and impact lives.
Welcome to The Film School at NNU!
What can you do after Film School?
Parents and students often ask, "Where do graduates of the Film School go after graduation? Do they really get jobs?"
And those students who applied themselves most -- those who took their school work seriously and took advantage of all the great opportunities we provide -- got the best jobs.
Here's a sampling of where a few of our film school alums are working:
- Dreamworks Studios
- Local TV stations
- Own production company in Seattle
- Large independent film company
- On the mission field in South America and Africa
- Mission Aviation Fellowship
- On the show "Top Gear"
- As head of video production for another college
Photos, Coursework & More
For hundreds of photos showing what we do at The Film School at NNU, visit our FACEBOOK PAGE
For information on what classes you'll be taking, and the Four Foundations of the film school, click on Degree
You can also read our Philosophy,
read a note from the Director,
or read our thoughts about Christians in Media