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Film/Video student

Students at MassArt study film and video as fine arts, in an environment that emphasizes and supports the development of a personal vision and encourages experimentation across mediums and genres.

Academic Programs

Film/Video BFA

The undergraduate Film/Video program offers small class sizes, nationally and internationally recognized faculty, and a curriculum designed to give students the conceptual tools and technical training they require to develop as moving image artists, critical thinkers, and media professionals.

Film/Video MFA

The two-year Film/Video MFA program is a selective and rigorous program committed to helping students develop and refine their practice as artists working with the moving image. The Graduate Major Studio course rotates between different members of the core faculty, exposing students to diverse approaches and expertise.

Additional Features

#MyMassArt: Brian Budak '08 BFA Film/Video

Read Brian's story


Ciné Culture Screening Series

The Massachusetts College of Art and Design Ciné Culture (MACC) screening series was established in 2018 by filmmaker and MassArt Film/Video department chair Soon-Mi Yoo. Each semester, the series brings to campus a diverse group of filmmakers and moving image artists for screenings, panel discussions, master classes, and performances.

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