Demonstrate knowledge of the historical and technological development of film as an art form and a cultural product.
Demonstrate knowledge of filmmaking as a craft and a collaborative process.
Demonstrate in critical essays and oral presentations, an ability to analyze, interpret, and critique films, both professional and non-professional, from a variety of theoretical perspectives, using the critical vocabulary and methodologies of the discipline.
Demonstrate knowledge of international cinemas both as a means of contextualizing film history globally and of deepening understanding of other cultures and peoples.
Demonstrate in both study and practice the commitment of film as an art form to community engagement and issues of social justice.
Demonstrate preparation for professional work and/or graduate study via a portfolio record and evaluation of academic work, digital films, internships, and employment, in visual media.