Interested in film analysis, film archiving, or audiovisual literacy? This concentration helps students become critical thinkers, keen observers, and eloquent writers capable of navigating the many screens of our modern world.
Contact the Concentration Coordinator: Dr. Rick Warner – email@example.com
Investigator for Public Defender’s Office, Class 2017
“The most significant part of my college experience was the opportunity to direct and produce a 50-min narrative film…the English & Comparative Literature department was the only place that gave me the freedom to pursue a Senior Honors Thesis in the form of a feature film…Although this experience gave me the opportunity to pursue a career in filmmaking, I chose instead to pursue a legal career, where my background and skill set have proven to be not only unique but crucial…the difference between a lawyer who merely makes his case and a lawyer who can craft a story for the jury is remarkable. In my experience, the jury has always sided with the latter.”