Film and Video Technology

Program Information

The Film and Video Technology program provides individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to find employment in the film and video industry. The program prepares students to work on feature film and television, television commercials, music videos, documentary films, Internet multimedia, and other audiovisual media forms. The Film and Video Technology program offers a Career Certificate, Technical Certificate, or an Associate in Applied Science Degree.

Location of Program:

Poplarville Campus

Program Start:

Fall Semester

Program Instructor Contact Information:

Ronn Hague

Your natural abilities

  • Communication Skills
  • The ability to visualize a physical space from words
  • The ability to think creatively often outside of the box
  • Decisiveness
  • The drive to arrive on time

Classroom knowledge

  • Work in various positions on set
  • Plan, schedule, and budget a feature length film
  • Edit a short film
  • Develop and manage a film or video project
  • Learn the mechanics and workings of a film set

Graduation options

  • Career Certificate
  • Technical Certificate
  • Associate in Applied Science

Possible careers in this program:

Director, Producer, Camera operator, 1st and 2nd Assistant Camera, Sound Mixer, Boom Pole Operator, Assistant Director, Production Manager, Field Producer, Grip, Lighting Director, Director of Photography, Screenwriter, Location Scout, Location Manager, Production Assistant, Set Decorator, Editor, Sound Designer, Live Production Sound, Live Production Lighting Director, Legal Videographer/Editor, Investigative Videographer/Editor, Wedding Videographer, and more.

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