Links & information useful for film students
Majoring in Film Studies
- How will the Cinema Studies major differ from the Film Studies major?
- Frequently asked questions about the Film Studies program
- Planning checklist for Film Studies majors
- How recent courses apply to the Film Studies major
- Study abroad: If you're interested in pursuing film study abroad, programs you might explore include those at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic; University of Canterbury, New Zealand; National University at Galway, Ireland; and the UK Universities of Keele, Aberystwyth, Leicester, Roehampton, as well as ISEP Programs at Brock University, Canada; U of Regina, Canada; Masaryk University, Czech Republic; Universite de Lille III (Charles de Gaulle), France; Universidade Lusofona, Portugal; Karlstad University, Sweden; American University of Sharjah, UAE; Edinburgh Napier University, UK. For more information, contact the Office of International Education.
- Senior Projects: Film Studies Senior Theses and Senior Projects are available through the Academic Commons at the Hatfield Library.
- The Ken Nolley Award: Named for the founder of Willamette University's Film Studies Program, the Nolley Award is presented to a graduating Film Studies major who has shown outstanding devotion to the study of cinema, whether demonstrated through critical acumen and theoretical insight, through productive creativity and technical skill, or through a comprehensive and rigorous cinephilia. Winners for 2016: Casey Berg, Sarah F. Williams. Winner 2017: Marissa Louie.
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