Links / Resources
Links & information useful for film students
Majoring in Film Studies
- Frequently asked questions
- Planning checklist
- 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.
- 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.
- Senior Projects: The senior project in Film Studies consists of either a scholarly thesis, or, with approval, a creative project. Student projects are presented to the campus community near the end of the semester in which they are completed. Examples of senior projects are available to members of the Willamette Community at the Academic Commons.
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